Alaska September 07, 2019
Go Trail Riding After Breakfast When You Spend The Night At Alaska’s Rustic Sunderland Ranch
If you enjoy stunning horseback riding adventures after sleeping in a beautiful, rustic room in the middle of one of the prettiest spots in Alaska, then Sunderland Ranch is where you should head! Enjoy gorgeous lodging on a working farm in Palmer, Alaska.
If you're looking for adventure in Alaska, then head out to the Matanuska Valley!
Sunderland Ranch is a gorgeous farm located in the Palmer area. Secluded without being isolated, it offers the perfect country feeling while still being close enough to town to go out to dinner!
They offer four different guest rooms for rent at their farm above the horse barn.
They also have a shared "Breakfast Nook" where you can grab a cup of coffee. This is just to get you started, because when you wake up you'll head to a big farm breakfast with all the fixings!
Each room has their own theme, and you can book depending on your stylistic preferences!
Find a more rustic feel with their Elk and Cowboy rooms. These rooms have gorgeous wood touches, with darker colors and animal artwork.
The Garden and Bird rooms are both lighter, with blue and greens and a softer feel to the furnishings.
All the rooms share full bathrooms, and are located on the same floor overlooking the horse arena. There's a gorgeous deck nearby where you can soak in some of the stunning views nearby, including Sleeping Lady.
You can walk straight out of your room and help saddle up the horse you'll go trail riding on!
There are two separate horse adventures you can take. One 90 minute trail ride that rides across Wolverine Lake Creek and takes you through meadows filled with Alaskan wildflowers. The other is a three hour ride that highlights gorgeous views of Hatcher Pass, Matanuska River, and Buffalo Mine!
This ranch is a working farm, so you will see how a farm runs day-to-day during your stay!
Besides their horses and trail riding adventures, they have a greenhouse, and cattle and elk herds. With all of these animals it's no surprise they also grow their own hay!
This gorgeous farm offers stunning accommodations and trail rides all summer long.
You can find Sunderland Ranch at their Address: 10856 N Wolverine Road, Palmer, AK 99645-8732. There's only a few rooms, so make sure you book early to secure your rooms!
Have you had the chance to stay at Sunderland Ranch? What did you think? Let us know in the comments below!
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