Rymar Ranch adjoins the 44,000 acre Withlacoochee State Forest by a fence in the back of the 20 acre property. The Withlacoochee State Forest is the third largest forest in Florida and is filled with a plethora of wilderness trails open to horseback riders.
Upon your arrival at the ranch, you can expect a friendly environment, professional staff, and a clean modern equestrian facility.
Rymar Ranch horses are calm, gentle, and always beautifully maintained. Whether you are a first time rider or have years of experience, the trail staff can customize your ride to suit your riding abilities.
We offer 1 hour and 1.5 hour rides. We can accommodate riders from ages 7 and up. View our pricing below.
After exiting the back gate of the Rymar Ranch facility, the forest provides miles of unspoiled natural trails. Rolling hills filled with limestone caves, mature stands of longleaf pines, and live oak trees which tower above the winding cleared paths, cover the area. This environment has created a habitat that allows generous amounts of light to reach the forest floor, thus creating a collection of under-story foliage. This forest provides a wonderful habitat for several endangered species including the gopher tortoise, the pileated woodpecker, and the scrub jay. Also among the inhabitants are white tail deer, coyote, fox, florida panther, fox squirrel, raccoon, armadillo, hawk, bald eagle, wild turkeys, and quail just to name a few.
Trail rides are available any day of the week by appointment including most holidays. We require a minimum group of 2 or more riders.
$45 + tax
$60 + tax
Rymar Ranch requires all riders fill out Riding Forms 1 & 2.
Our facility provides protective headgear for all riders. Individuals over the age of 18 may refuse to wear the headgear, and are required to fill our the Refusal of Protective Headgear pdf.
These forms must be filled out prior to your trail ride.
You may fill out these forms in our office on the day of your ride
To save time, print your liability waivers here, fill them out and bring them to the office.