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Pricing: Stall includes bedding .00 nightly; RV hookup: water/sewer/electric, .00 nightly.
Location: On Fall Line Freeway, Route 243, minutes to Hwy. Macon is 20 minutes, Milledgeville, GA 15 minutes, 1 hour 30 minutes to Atlanta, GA, and 1 hour 40 minutes to Augusta, GA.
Take the first left past Buckner’s (not the left at Buckner’s) This is a dirt road called George Wilder Rd.
Go straight and it will take you right down our driveway. Facilities: 26 stall barn, 12×12 stalls, 4 H/C wash racks, 150×300 arena, turn out paddocks, restroom for guests in barn. Travelers can park trailers w/generators onsite for no extra charge.
View Comments Post Comments JACKSON, GA 30233 Broken Arrow Ranch (Formerly Rockin’ Laredo Ranch) Donna Popp 197 George Wilder Rd JACKSON GA 30233 PH: 678-524-1292 Email: [email protected]: I-75 Exit 201.
Turn west onto Hwy 36 towards Barnesville, Take a right onto Bucksnort Rd. Follow this road past Flying J Truckstop and Buckner’s restaurant. late fee after 9 PM; however we will meet our guests at arrival time.
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GUYTON GA 31312 Ph: 912-728-6666 Cell:912-658-5658 Email: [email protected]: Exit 109 off of I-95 (Hwy 21) West to Hwy 30 (First Rd to the left) Stay straight until you come to Midland Rd. (Only concrete driveway on road) Call 912-429-8314 for help. Facilities: Stables built with horse safety and comfort in mind. Location: Located 10 minutes off I-85 on the GA/SC border. 30 min drive to Pinhoti Trail and 45 min drive to Dry Creek Trail. Bed, shower and toilet facilities, refrigerator, microwave, heat/air. For horses: 1 acre pasture, paddock, round pen, 1 double and 2 single covered stalls. 30 minutes west of Augusta and 1 3/4 hours east of Atlanta. TIFTON, GA 31794 Greystone Equestrian 2048 Old Ocilla Road Tifton GA 31794 PH: 229-392-1153 Email: [email protected]: Close to I-75 Overnight B&B for horse and rider.
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