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Thanks to all for your nice notes of concern about how Triple Creek Horse Outfit fared in the recent Wine Country wildfires. We’re happy to report that not only were all our beloved horses safely evacuated the night the fires first started raging, but Jack London State Historic Park was successfully defended from major damage in the days that followed. 

The park is slated to open November 1st and we will lead horseback tours then. This is an especially beautiful time of year to see the Sonoma Valley and visit our many historic sites and taste the products of world-class vineyards. We hope the wildfires do not discourage you from paying a visit this autumn and winter. Although the loss of life and property damage is sobering and extensive, especially around Glen Ellen and north Santa Rosa, most of the Wine Country remains untouched by the flames and is open for business, and, in an economy that relies on tourism, visitors are especially welcome in the aftermath of this disaster.

So thanks, again, for all your kind messages and calls. We owe a debt of gratitude to Neil Shepard of London Ranch, the Serres Family Ranch, and Charlie Bettinelli for helping with the middle-of-the-night-flaming-wind-storm rescue of our horses. And, like everyone in Wine Country, we extend a big thank you to the men and women who fought the fires and, eventually, won the day. For the complete story on the horse rescue ask your guide when you book a ride with Triple Creek. It’s quite a story…


Triple Creek Horse Outfit offers guided horseback tours in the heart of the Northern California Wine Country at Jack London State Historic Park in Glen Ellen, in Sonoma’s famed Valley of the Moon.

This state park boasts some of the finest riding trails in the world, past acres of vineyards producing grapes for premium wines, through open oak woodlands and through shady groves of tall redwoods.

TCHOWe take pride in our gentle, well-cared-for horses and tours are available to suit anyone from the first-time rider to the experienced equestrian.

Experience the wine country and the Beauty Ranch the way Charmian and Jack London did—from the back of a horse.

Admission to the park is $10 per vehicle, which includes admission to the museum and historic buildings. After your horseback ride you will be given a pass for a Cottage Tour on the property, as well as tickets for complimentary tastings at our neighbor’s place, Benziger Family Winery.

Rides are by reservation only.

We are open year-round*, weather and trail conditions permitting.  A calendar of available days and times is located on the Prices page for your convenience -click on the Book Now buttons to view.

*Please note that Triple Creek does not provide tours on Thanksgiving or Christmas and we will be closed November 23nd-24th and December 22nd-January 2nd.

For horseback tour prices and online reservations, click here. For more information see our FAQ page,  or email triplecrik@gmail.com.
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