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How much does it cost to horseback ride in Myrtle Beach? The Scoop: Wampee Stables is the only outfitter in the region with one flat rate: $75 per ride. The 90-minute backland ride includes charismatic guiding services, free pictures, and acres upon acres of natural beauty.
When can you ride horses on the beach in Myrtle Beach? Within the city limits of Myrtle Beach horses are allowed from the third Saturday in November until the end of February. Horses are not allowed on the beach in Surfside Beach, south of Myrtle Beach, at any time of the year. In Georgetown County horses are allowed on the beach from Sept. 15 through March 15.
What is the best time to go horseback riding? It’s the best time of the year to enjoy trail rides. Everything comes alive in the fall, as nature enjoys a shot of adrenalin, a final bloom, before the onset of winter. Horses are spirited on trail rides, their riders energetic, the trails more inviting than ever.
What do you wear to horseback ride on the beach? On a beach ride, you will want comfortable clothing that will dry quickly if wet. Jeans are not recommended for riding on the beach. Many riders wear shorts, but call your guide or outfitter first to make sure that the saddles or other tack they use will not cause a saddle sore if you ride in shorts.