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Pebble Beach Equestrian Center

Formalized in 1946, the equestrian center has hosted horse shows for many years. Today the Pebble Beach Equestrian Center is thriving as a full boarding facility, with a year round comprehensive lesson program and trail rides that guide tourists and residents through the Del Monte Forest.

Located in the famous Pebble Beach, the Pebble Beach Equestrian Center is surrounded by the scenic Del Monte Forest with 27 miles of marked equestrian trails. Just a short distance away from the center, riders can enjoy the spectacular views of the that have made Pebble Beach famous. Join one of the daily guided trail rides along the beach or take some riding lessons to discover the joy of riding.

Home to over 140 horses, the Equestrian Center is a diverse and active facility. Offering a full lesson program from beginner to advanced, boarding and training, camps, guided trail rides, schooling shows, and clinics. The Pebble Beach Equestrian Center also hosts eight horse shows a year that showcase experienced riders and their riding skills.

Enjoy the Pacific Coastline with the Group Beach Ride, this guided trail is suitable for anyone over 12 years old. Explore the Del Monte Forest in a guided tour, kids as young as seven are welcome to join. Pony rides are available and you can even celebrate a birthday or special event with a Pony Party! The Pebble Beach Equestrian Center offers an extensive horseback riding lesson program that enables students to develop their own unique talents while gaining lifetime skills and lasting memories.

Interested in the Winter Classic Horse Show? One is around the corner! March 2nd through March 6th. For more information contact the Pebble Beach Equestrian Center by phone : 831.624.2756 or email : For information regarding this seasons schedules and times click here.

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Old Fisherman’s Wharf

Old Fishermans Wharf Monterey Bay, California, USAIf you’re visiting Monterey, something that should be on your “must-do” list is the Old Fisherman’s Wharf. Built in 1870 for passenger and freight service, it has grown into a great place to take in the sights, sounds, and smells of Monterey. The wharf is lined with seafood restaurants ranging from casual to formal indoor dining with views of the bay. While sampling the tastes from local restaurants, take the time to enjoy watching the local wildlife: the sea lions lounging on rocks while otters splash and play in the calm harbor waters.

Feeling adventurous? Take to the waters with a glass bottom boat tour, deep-sea fishing trip, or whale watching tour. Experience the tranquil beauty of whale watching, a year round treat on the wharf. Many tours are very family friendly and some are narrated by marine biologists with at least 10 years of experience on the Bay.

Enjoy exploring the gift shops, jewelry stores, art galleries, and candy shops. A favorite activity on the wharf for both tourists and locals is sailing on the Monterey Bay along Cannery Row. Monterey Bay Sailing offers daily sailing cruises year round, including romantic dinner cruises and fun family adventures.

Nestled upstairs in a building near the tip of the Wharf lays the Wharf Theater. The theater has been in operation since 1976 and includes productions of dramas, musicals, comedies, and radio and Broadway reviews.

Got your kids along with you? Grab some memories by having your family brought to life in a caricature or letting your kids get their face painted. Bring out the inner kid in you by grabbing some freshly spun salt water taffies or enjoying some kettle corn fresh from the popper.

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