Summer camp spots open and available! But hurry spots filling fast!
Wattland II is a family owned & operated training, lesson and boarding barn located in the Ranches of Parkland. The barn is clean, well ventilated, and efficiently set up. All clients and boarders have access to an enclosed tack room., wash racks and a groomed outdoor riding arena. We have rest room facilities.
Dawn specializes in Western Pleasure and English Pleasure riding disciplines for beginner children and adults right through to the advanced junior and senior riders.
Children are from ages 5 and up.
Or if you want just to come out pet a horse or take that special photo we can make it happen!
We invite you to contact us with any questions, and to arrange an Introductory Lesson or a Barn visit.
PLEASE CALL TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TO VISIT THE BARN, SO WE CAN ENSURE SOMEONE IS THERE TO MEET YOU.
“Both of my horses are here and they get the absolute best care! Everyone is so sweet McKenzie and Dawn are a second family to me and treat everyone like they are part of the family. Very positive, fun, welcoming environment. Absolutely love it here. I dont have a bad word to say!” Haley 2017
“Dawn, Joe and the gang are the very best! I am a very old student of Dawns and have come to know and love her whole family. She is always kind and fully giving of all of her knowledge and experience. It has been many years since our first meeting when she gave me and my very young horse confidence to go into a show ring which was so totally exciting for someone my age! Me and "Syrup" aka "Sir" will always love Wattland and the "Watts". They make you feel a part of the family.” Carol 2017
“This is long overdue, but hands down best birthday party we've had. My daughter and her friends had a blast being here. They ran around and played and enjoyed the dogs and the horses. It was so nice to see the children enjoy being little. Carefree and running around. The weather was iffy, but Dawn and her (amazing) crew worked around it to make it work. There aren't enough words to express my gratitude to her.” Ashlee 2015