Welcome to Twin Creeks Ranch and thank you for visiting us here on the web!
Twin Creeks Ranch is a very unique equestrian facility conveniently located in central Aldergrove and just moments off of Hwy 1. This very lovely pastoral facility occupies 125 acres of forest and pastures and features the meandering Salmon River, two ponds, and a sense of tranquility difficult to find elsewhere in the Lower Mainland.
Not only is Twin Creeks Ranch large, it is extremely well equipped to meet the needs of almost any equestrian enthusiast. It’s a great place to have fun with your horse!
Our facilities include:
- 72’ X 156’ indoor arena with sand footing
- 72’ X 72’ covered “training center” arena
- In & out stalls with sand paddocks attached
- Large all season sand paddocks with feeders, rubber mats, and auto waterers
- 3 ½ kilometers of groomed, forested all-weather trails
- Insulated tack rooms, hot water wash racks
- Depending on season, an additional 40 acres of pasture and woodland for riding
- Large seasonal hogfuel outdoor arena
- Heritage “post and beam” clubhouse for meetings, clinics and events
Twin Creeks Ranch is a multi-disciplinary facility. We are able to host and cater to all western disciplines as well as dressage, hunter / jumper and driving. Our indoor arena is equipped with a variety of show quality jumps, games equipment, (barrels, poles, keyhole, cones, etc), with trail obstacles in the outdoor arena and on the trail.
All of our indoor and outdoor facilities are equipped with our own custom mixed signature sand footing. This tried and proven footing is designed to support the horse in any athletic endeavor while providing them with a safe, soft footfall thereby reducing or eliminating concussion and percussion injuries to the feet and legs. Depending on our grooming method, this footing can be made to be appropriate for virtually any sort of riding activity. In the outdoor context, it drains well and withstands adverse weather admirably.
If you are looking for a great location to board and enjoy your horse, you owe to yourself to visit us and look the place over.