Kelly Seahorse Ranch

Amelia Island State Park (Southern tip of Amelia Island), Amelia Island, FL 32034
904-491-5166   |

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About Kelly Seahorse Ranch

One of only a handful of beach-riding opportunities in the nation. Through Kelly Seahorse Ranch enjoy the scenery of Amelia's fantastic white sand beaches and the beauty of the ocean by horseback. The Kelly Seahorse Ranch is the premier beach horseback riding outfit for Amelia Island and greater Jacksonville, and because of the uniqueness of our services, has become a destination attraction across the globe. Exclusively endorsed by the the Florida Park Service, Kelly Seahorse Ranch is nestled within the maritime forest of the Amelia Island State Park (A1A) at the southernmost end of Amelia Island.  A short trail ride from the ranch takes you directly out to ride miles of beach along the park's pristine Atlantic shore.  Kelly Seahorse Ranch also offers beach cruiser bicycle rentals for use on the Amelia Island Multi-use Trail. 


Hours: Daily, 8am-5pm

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148 Reviews

Mar 02, 2020 by GaryluvsJo

This is a peaceful ride, enjoy the quiet....

I’ve read some of the reviews for Kelly Seahorse Ranch and I’d like to say some things to disuade you from the negativity. The owners are dead set on SAFETY. Horses are animals and if cases where...

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Feb 13, 2020 by jane572018

Good If You Want a Beach Ride

Decided to do this since we had never ridden on the beach. Horses are very used to the route so there isn’t much control needed. You are only allowed to walk single file and so it wasn’t as pleasant...

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Jan 10, 2020 by Michael O


So looked forward to this rare opportunity of beach horseback riding and gave up my personal photo opportunities because the business promised to post photos of the ride and riders. Well there are no...

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About Amelia Island

Located just off the coast of northeast Florida, Amelia Island is easy to reach, but hard to forget. With 13 miles of beautiful beaches, abundant native wildlife, and pristine waters, this barrier island has long been a beloved destination for visitors and residents alike.