We have a beautiful 80 acre horse rescue ranch to share with you with excellent views of the horses playing in pastures and inspiring mountain ranges in the distance. We are remote and give you the feeling of escaping to the wild west yet are a short 15 minute drive to the Temecula Wine Country. We have recently revamped our campsites by adding a community fire pit to basec
We have a beautiful 80 acre horse rescue ranch to share with you with excellent views of the horses playing in pastures and inspiring mountain ranges in the distance. We are remote and give you the feeling of escaping to the wild west yet are a short 15 minute drive to the Temecula Wine Country. We have recently revamped our campsites by adding a community fire pit to basecamp, added 3 more campsites, built a new outdoor hotwire shower, and added over 80 new signs to help you navigate to and around our ranch!
We offer the following additional services at our ranch:
Horseback riding lessons: 1hr Group lesson, $35 per person; 1hr Private lesson, $45 per person
Trail Rides: 1hr: $50 per person; 1.5 hrs: $65 per person; 2hrs: $80 per person
Goat Yoga: $20 per person for a 1 hr session
We offer the following additional services at the nearby wineries:
Wine Tasting Tours: One Winery: 2-2.5 Hrs, $115 per person; Two Wineries: 3-3.5 Hrs, $165 per person; Three Wineries: 4-4.5 Hrs, $220 per person; *Pricing includes horseback riding and your wine tastings.
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 30% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
We have many dirt roads for biking in the area. The best trail head is a 3 mile drive away, or you can ride from the ranch.
You are welcome to explore and give around the ranch or on the dirt roads. Our hiking trails are constantly expanding.
We are a horse rescue ranch and all of us are volunteers. All proceeds go towards the horses. We have a variety or horseback r...Read more
The majority of the campsites have great views of horses frolicking in the distance! We also have a lot of birds in the area.
Natural features you'll find at Saddle Up Horse Rescue in California.
The vibe at Saddle Up Horse Rescue
Places to see near Saddle Up Ranch
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This site absolutely exceeded my expectations. I was looking for a quiet, peaceful location to unwind and release some work stress for a weekend and I got all that and more. The camp site itself was lovely with a great view of the valley and the mountains beyond. It was so quiet the entire time. I booked a one hour trail ride and my guide Sara made sure I had a great ride on Duchess. Everyone I met at the ranch was friendly and welcoming. I will definitely return again soon
Great experience! This is a working ranch with the campsites set into the surrounding hillside, giving you a beautiful view of the animals and mountains. (My pics from the weekend speak for themselves!) I stayed at site #4, which was still only a few minutes from the restrooms/shower despite being among the more private ones offered.
The entire staff was incredibly friendly and helpful, and the whole operation has a great story; the founder takes in horses (many of them truly beautiful retired racehorses/show horses) that would otherwise be put down and offers lessons and trail riding. I did a two-hour ride and it was such an incredible highlight.
Just one word of caution: the location is fairly remote and there's no cell service, so I would recommend arranging at least one ride when you book and/or pre-researching some hiking trails/activities in the area before you arrive. There are a ton of great things to do within ~45 minutes (I hiked Dripping Springs in Temecula on my way in, which was gorgeous)—just don't show up expecting that you'll be able to wing it on the activities front.
Overall, Saddle Up Ranch 100% exceeded my expectations—great people, stunning scenery, and beautiful horses. Thank you, TJ!
Remote, beautiful, working ranch!
Jaqueline is an amazing, inspiring, hard working woman. The directions to the ranch need to be clarified. Upon our arrival nobody was there and we weren’t quite sure where to go.
On another note- the animals are AWESOME. This is a real, working ranch. My daughter helped on the ranch all weekend. Jaqueline is an amazing role model.
Horses, baby goats, goats, sheep, chickens, dogs, cats.....!!!!
We camped under an amazing tree. No fire ring in the campsiite but we had a lot of rain. The two remote campsites don’t have picnic tables.
A remote, beautiful, off the grid experience. Thank you Saddle Up. We’ll be back.
I really enjoyed staying here. We were in the area for work reasons and had to commute often to Los Angeles. This was much better than staying in Lose Angeles. Our host was nice and greeted us the first day. I wish I could have spent time on the ranch doing things but work ended up being much more involved than I originally expected. I recommend this location for a nice retreat from the urban jungle!
It does have sandy roads leading to the property and I don't think the roads should be tried in bad weather with a low riding car.