Wagon Train Expedition at the Crosspatch

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From Thursday, July 22nd until Sunday, July 25th a wagon train and stagecoach run will be held at the Crosspatch Horse Ranch.

Expeditions will be lead by Jim and Dolly Little all day throughout the entire time period of the event.  The Littles own and operate the ranch and have been in the horse business for multiple decades.  Bring the entire family as you are lead through the picturesque and serene landscapes of the Enchanted Mountains. 

The choice is yours for the weekend at the Crosspatch's coveted event.  You can take the tradition wagon train and stagecoach run, or join in on wagon rides or guided horseback rides. 

If one day doesn't seem to be enough for you or your group, overnight packages are available.  Reserve your spot to stay right on the ranch and enjoy a weekend full of rustic adventures and nature.

Located on 5281 Baker Road in Salamanca, New York, the Crosspatch is a family-run and real working horse ranch.  With a spectacular backdrop directly in the foothills of the Enchanted Mountains, the Crosspatch offers simple accommodations and numerous amenities for all your outdoor entertainment desires. This includes guided trail rides, wagon and carriage rides, horsemanship camp, bicycling and hiking trails, mountain bike access, and just about any equestrian and horse related services you could imagine.


Don't want to stay the whole night without your family pet? No need to worry.  Pets are allowed and welcomed at the Crosspatch.

If you'd like more information, or you'd like to book your trip, be sure to call the Ranch at 716-938-6313.

Don't let this outdoor event of fun and adventure pass you by. 

About Shane H

I love the outdoors and enjoy staying in shape with new adventures.

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