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Southern Distinction, Southern Pride, Southern Elegance....Classic City Clydesdales!

VISIT THE FARM!

SPEND A DAY ON THE FARM

AND MEET THE CLASSIC CITY CLYDESDALES

By Appt Only

$25Adult Entry & $15 Children under 12 Entry 


Are you looking for something a unique way to spend the day with friends and family?  

Classic City Clydesdales in Bishop GA is excited to be able to offer farm tour and trail ride experiences for the whole family.


We can accommodate a visit almost any day of the week .  A farm experience at Classic City Clydesdales will get you up close and personal with our famous Clydesdale Horses as well as our Highland Cows, Petting Zoo animals and just about any other animal you can think of including sheep, pigs, chickens, ducks, turkeys and donkeys.


It's a fun for all ages experience.  

We can accommodate large groups as well!  

RIDE A CLYDE!


Ever wanted to ride a Clydesdale Horse?  We can do that too!  Rides are by appointment only so please call in advance! Although we can accommodate all ages and skill levels, we may contain you to the arena until we are confident you are ready for the open trail. We do reserve the right to assess each rider before your guided ride.  Helmets are suggested as well as long pants and closed toes shoes.

Trail Rides are $85 per person and usually last approximately 1hr
We can accommodate groups up to 5 with a guide at this time.  We look forward to accommodating larger groups as new horses come online.

Check back for updates!
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Text your name, phone number, dates of interest and number in your party including ages and we will contact you to reserve your dates.
 
706-424-1889 (Shannon Martin)

Visit us on Facebook for fun interactive videos and live streaming of our Clydesdale babies!

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  1. How do we get information on your Lodge ???

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  2. Please contact Shannon directly or connect with us on Facebook. We will be happy to discuss availability and rates.

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  3. What is the schedule for summer? Is it still Saturday? Can I make a morning appointment during the week?
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  4. Do you have any Clydesdale Mares for sale?

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  5. Hi are you offering rides for a group this Saturday 25th. My daughter is turning 22 and would like to give this as a gift.
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  6. Are you open during Covid, if so is it still Saturdays @ 11:00 or do we need to schedule? Are you requiring masks? we are two adults one middle school and one elementary school. Thanks so much! joy

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  7. I have been trying to contact you at the 706 phone thru voice messages and text about scheduling a visit. Please call me at 770 827-4146.

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