Reminder: There is a limit of 10-12 children if you have your party at the barn!
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Bring your special celebration to our working horse barn. You can learn all about the pony- where he lives, what he eats, who are his pasture pals, and much more! And best of all- we do all the set-up and clean-up. A clean, modern restroom is available for use by the party participants. You just need to come with your camera and enjoy this special time with your child and his/her friends.
We would strongly urge you to consider a party at the barn. It is a great experience for the children to actually see the ponies in their "natural habitat" and the other horses and mini donkey that live here are very entertaining and love to visit with the children.
(We suggest a limit of 10-12 children because of the size of the party room. However, parents and grandparents are always welcome! Our barn has concrete from the driveway into the barn, so it is completely wheel-chair accessible. Please remember the weight limit of 75 lbs. when making out your guest list. This is for the safety of the children and the health of the pony! We do have a horse with a 125 lb. weight limit that is available for parties at the barn. He does not travel. Please let us know if you would like to use him.)
***Please keep in mind that the pony rides are done outside. We do not have an indoor riding area.***
Our Party Room:
The room is located in our barn. It is approximately 12 x 16 and has a picnic table as well as a large table for cake and snacks. We have extra chairs for the adults and will set up another table in the barn aisle for gifts.
Coming from 224 heading East- When you come to the 224/43 intersection, continue on 224 for one mile until you come to the intersection of Congress Lake and 224. Turn left onto Congress Lake heading north. Go one mile to a 4-way stop. Continue straight for ½ mile. This is the intersection for Congress Lake and Randolph. We are located on the northeast corner of this intersection. (Please use caution- visibility is limited!) Turn right onto Randolph and then left into the concrete drive just beyond our sign.
Coming south on 43- Turn left onto Randolph Road and go one mile. You will come to the intersection of Congress Lake Road and Randolph Road. Look for our sign and turn left onto the concrete drive just beyond the sign.
If the barn driveway off of Randolph Road is full or if you need to leave the party early, you may use the driveway in the front of the house that comes off Congress Lake.
*** If you are using a GPS or web search, it will sometimes put our location on the southeast side of the intersection of Congress Lake Road and Randolph Road. We are actually on the northeast side of that intersection. Just look for the Pony Party sign in our yard! ***
Here are the horses that share the barn with
Peanut & Princess:
Got questions? Email us at info@KidsLovePonyParties.com