Ocoee Horseride

Ride the hills of Tennessee on one of 12 friendly, majestic horses of various breeds. This privately owned ranch offers incredible mountain views and group activities just 10 minutes from Cleveland, Tennessee in Charleston. 

Our 1 hour rides start with 10 min of preparation ensuring you get the needed instructions on how to ride a horse. Once you are in the saddle, we will take you for horseback ride through the woods and on top of the hills on our farm.

Is your child interested in learning how to ride horses? We have the program just for you! At Ocoee Horseride we offer a fun 5 week program for children of any age to do weekly lessons and learn about horse care and riding all while making new friends! We also have lessons for adults. We will offer lessons every day, at your convenience.

Ocoee Horseride is also proud to offer you a full day horse back ride in the Chattahoochee and Cherokee National Forests. Enjoy an experience like no other with your family as you explore Tennessee’s stunning rainforests and pristine rivers. The diversity and beauty of our flora and fauna will take your breath away and create memories that will last for a lifetime. You will also be able to relax and enjoy a picnic lunch in the forest. This adventure is the perfect getaway to leave the city behind and immerse yourself in our mountain wilderness.

Please call (423) 432-2376 to book a trail trip or riding lessons today! You can also visit our website for more information: www.ocoeehorseride.com

Knut Torpe, the founder of Ocoee Horseride, came to the U.S. from Norway in 2015. In his home country he ran a family owned horseback riding business his whole adult life. Knut’s father, Eirik Torpe, founded the rancho in 1965 welcoming visitors from all over Europe to come and horseback ride in the majestic mountains of Norway every summer. This has been Knut’s childhood growing up.

So, why Tennessee? After visiting TN Knut has quickly realized that the region has a large potential for this kind of business compared to colder climates of Norway. The Cleveland, Tennessee and Ocoee Region attract a large number of outdoor lovers coming here for whitewater rafting, mountain climbing, hiking, fishing, hunting and now horseback riding.

From I-75

Take exit 27 from I-75 then turn right to Paul Huff Parkway follow for about – 1.5 miles;
Continue onto Stuart Rd for 2.0 mi then turn left onto Michigan Ave Rd. and follow for about 2 miles;
Turn right onto Tasso Rd and follow for 2 miles, then slight left onto Chatata Valley Rd;
After about one mile turn right onto Old Bacon Rd NE; the ranch will be on your left.

Fishing In the Ocoee Region