Sharon's Horse Heaven is located in the beautiful Allegheny National Forest. We offer lodging and many trail riding options for a fun-filled vacation for you and your horse!
Welcome to Sharon's Horse Heaven, where you bring your own horse to trail ride in the Allegheny National Forest.
Lodging options are: -Cabin -Camping -Bed and Breakfast (on weekdays only)
Horse Information -Coggins & Rabies required for all horses in 2015. -Choice of box stalls or paddock for your horse. -Horse wash stall provided. -Ride miles of trails from the farm. -Ride nearby 15 miles of trails at Buzzard Swamp. -Ride nearby 38 miles of trails at Spring Creek.
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About Sharon's Horse Heaven ...
Enjoy the secluded 60 acre century-old farm.
The barn has 8 box stalls and 7 secure paddocks with strands of flexible horse-safe fencing.
Sharon's Horse Heaven has 60 acres of fields, trails, pine tree groves & apple orchards.
Marienville, PA is the perfect area to ride a horse. The lush greenery, hills, valleys and streams give variety and beauty to every ride. My husband, Tim, and I purchased the farm in 2007, and I fell in love with the area immediately. If heaven is like riding from our farm, I'm ready to go!
When not on the back of my horse, I am a musician and a former music teacher. I played my flute with the Pittsburgh Philharmonic, taught music at St. Luke Lutheran School for 25 years, and I teach private flute lessons,.
We have two children. Our daughter graduated from Washington and Jefferson College, spent 6 months as a horseback guide "in the bush" and on the beach in Port Stephens, Australia, and is currently a student at Kent State College of Podiatric Medicine. Our son graduated from Interlochen Arts Academy in Northern Michigan, and is a graduate of Ohio University as a media major.
My favorite things to do are ride my horse, play my flute, spend time with my family -- and show you a great time at Sharon's Horse Heaven!
Marienville is the home of the Venango Grouse Trial Club which holds grouse-dog competitions in the spring and fall. This is one of Tim's favorite things to do. The dogs are handled on courses in the Allegheny National Forest and are judged on their athletic ability, their style and their success at pointing grouse. Judges, and occasionally members of the gallery, ride on horseback during the 2 to 10 day trials.
Tim and Sharon
Tim and I would like to invite you to come ride with us. Bring your horse and we provide the rest!