After two years, the Triple Creek Horse Outfit is returning to Jack London Historic State Park in Glen Ellen to offer horseback riding to the public.
Erin Ellis and Dominic Bettinelli, founders and owners of the Triple Creek Horse Outfit, moved their operation to Kunde Estate Family Winery when the state budget crisis threatened to close state parks.
Now the 10-year-old company is back at Jack London Historic State Park, offering guided horseback tours through the more than 20 miles of trails at the park.
“Jack London’s ranch not only has rich history and scenic beauty,” Ellis said, “but the variety in the trails — alongside world-class vineyards, among towering redwoods, through golden meadows and bubbling creeks — makes it absolutely the best place to ride a horse of anywhere I know.”
Jack London Historic State Park is now managed by Jack London Park Partners, a project of the nonprofit Valley of the Moon Natural History Association. The park is at 2400 London Ranch Road, Glen Ellen.
Visitors can find the Triple Creek Horse Outfit at the far end of the upper parking lot at the park. Horseback rides are by reservation only. Phone (707) 887-8700. For more information: triplecreekhorseoutfit.com.
For more information on the park, go to jacklondonpark.com or phone (707) 938-5216.