SORRY WE ARE NOW CLOSED FOR SUMMER.
We are maintaining NYS Covid-19 guidelines. Everyone must maintain 6 feet distance indoors with mask, and wear mask while outside. Due to Covid-19 regulations, bring your own helmet this season if you wish to wear one. Also, we cannot accommodate a bathroom for our guests, there is a Stewarts about 1 mile from us.
Come enjoy our new property with 102 acres of woods and fields. It is a very private, remote property with stunning views of Sharon Springs and the surrounding hills.
In our kennel of 17 dogs, we have 13 working, non-retired dogs this season. We also have 4 retired dogs needing lots of TLC too!
Musher guided private experience pass 60 minutes (with ride).
$200 per hour – any size party, up to four rides
Kennel tour pass 30 minutes (no ride) – email us for availability:
$60 per half hour – up to six people
Red Lantern Heritage Center Visit
Free – dogsledding displays and gift shop
All guests under 18 must have an adult chaperone to enter. The hour experience can include individual or shared rides, however each ride has a 350 pound weight limit with any combination of passengers.
Family Experience! Click here to see what a family of four, one-hour experience looks like:
An hour experience will include meet and greet the sled dogs, learn how to hook them up, sled education and safety, go for a beautiful approximate 10 acre sled ride on our groomed trails, and treats to the sled dogs for a job well done!
Guests are not permitted in kennel area without musher or employee in attendance for safety.
Upon arrival, follow directions to our Red Lantern Heritage Center. Get coffee, hot chocolate, warm up, and check out the gift shop!
Sorry, we are now closed for summer.
Please keep your own dogs at home or secure in your car. Sled dogs can become very excited and anxious with personal dogs around them when they are working.
Dress for the weather! If we do not believe you are adequately dressed for your excursion, we will not take you for the ride and will not refund. Please bring a camera, you will definitely want to take pictures!
Trail conditions are highly variable and will affect the type of sled/cart and length of ride. Very warm or icy conditions may make it unsafe to ride the trail.
For more information, read our FAQ page: Frequently Asked Questions.