Western-style horseback riding for both the cowboy at heart and the advanced rider


Convenient to Metro Atlanta


Clean Air - Fabulous Horses - Beautiful Scenery


Reservations Required

AT LEAST 24 to 48 hour advance notice is suggested




After reviewing our website please call  678-234-8852 
or email us!


Located northwest of Atlanta, Georgia Frontiers offers Western Pleasure Horseback Riding catering to all levels of experience in a safe, natural environment. 

Come enjoy a morning, afternoon or day of scenic western pleasure horse back riding in the beautiful Northwest Georgia mountains. Georgia Frontiers is conveniently located in the Metro Atlanta area near the Canton / Waleska area. 

For the novice, families with children (9 years or older) or those who just want to sit back and relax in the saddle Georgia Frontiers provides comfortable horseback rides complete with detailed riding instruction prior to saddling up.

For the more adventurous or experienced rider we offer one, one and one half, and two hour rides on scenic, rolling wooded trails with guides who's goal is to enhance your ride - not restrict it!

Georgia Frontiers is delighted to assist in planning your family outing, corporate function, birthday, special occasion or reunion. Visitors are always welcome and we LOVE children.

We operate on RESERVATIONS ONLY in order to provide the most personalized ride possible. There are no set hourly schedules. Please click on the links to the left to learn more about Georgia Frontiers, our horses, directions and services.


WARNING: "Under Georgia Law, an equine activity sponsor or equine professional is not liable for an injury to, or the death of a participant in equine activities resulting from the inherent risks of equine activities, pursuant to Chaper 12 of Title 4 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated."

We Strongly Encourage the use of RIDING HELMETS, especially for those under 18 years of age.


Only One Rider Per Horse Allowed
(Children can NOT ride with parents)

All Riders Must Be At Least 9 Years Of Age

We Must Observe A 220 lb. Weight Limit To Protect Rider and Horse