Horse-and-Carriage Rides: See Fort Wayne in a new way!

Nostalgia meets romance with a horse-and-carriage ride. Winter is a great time for a horse-and-carriage ride with that special someone.  Luckily for visitors, there are several options to see the city and create a memory to last a lifetime (or at least thru the winter):

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Carriage rides provide a memorable winter experience!

  • Rosewood Carriage Rides:  Since 2003, Rosewood Carriage Rides has provided horse-drawn carriages year round for weddings, proms, holidays, special events, and nightly tours in downtown Fort Wayne. Gift Certificates are available. MasterCard, Visa and Debit cards are accepted without additional charges. Call (260) 637-5261 for pricing and to arrange for a ride.
  • Camelot Carriage Rides: Family-owned and operated, Camelot Carriage Rides has been in business since 1997. Their horses are beautiful Majestic White Draft horses. They offer downtown tours, as well as weddings and special events. Gift certificates are available Cash, Check and Credit cards for payment (credit cards must be pre-paid). Reservations are recommended. For more information and to secure a reservation, contact DeeAnn at (260) 223-2417.
  • Sentimental Journey:  The folks at Sentimental Journey will see that your night is special: Pricing is $35 per tour (1/2 hour) and $70 per Tour (1 hour). Rides begin and end at Don Hall’s Gas House & Takaoka restaurantSpecial locations and pricing can be arranged. Reservations are available most evenings with 24-hour notice. Call (260) 341-1133  for special days and arrangements.
Don’t forget to bundle up! And following the ride, don’t forget to stop by the Dash-In for a cup of hot chocolate!

About

Lauren Caggiano was raised in Fort Wayne, and returned in 2007 upon graduation from the University of Dayton. The president of WriteOn LLC, she specializes in writing, marketing, and French translation. In her spare time she enjoys travelling, yoga and volunteering. In the summer you can catch her riding around downtown on her vintage green Schwinn. For more information, check out her website: www.lcagg.com.

6 Responses to “Horse-and-Carriage Rides: See Fort Wayne in a new way!”

    deanna
    July 27th, 2013
    Camelot carriages is the best! ! We have rode with them for years. And we will never ride with anyone else. Very professional and great service. If you ever need a ride please use camelot. They are worth it promise.
    Lynda McGehee
    September 5th, 2014
    Hello The 75th Annual IACRAO conference is being held in Fort Wayne this year on October 20th and 21st. IACRAO is a group of Higher Education Registrar’s representing both public and private institutions with the State of Indiana. The first meeting was held on March 29, 1940 at Indiana University and since then it has been held annually. This year it is being held at the Hilton Fort Wayne and Grand Wayne Convention Center. Since this is the 75th annual conference we are looking for local businesses to help us with giveaways for those attending. Is it possible that you would donate a free carriage ride for two luck people? The individuals attending this conference are from all over Indiana so this could be advertisement for you and bring new comers to our fair city. I greatly appreciate anything you can do to help us celebrate our annual conference. I would be happy to pick up a gift card or it can be mailed to me at: Indiana Tech Abbott Center Registrar Office 1600 E Washington Boulevard Fort Wayne, IN 46803 Again thank you so much for whatever you can help us with, Sincerely, Lynda McGehee
      Kristen
      Kristen
      September 7th, 2014
      You will want to contact those Carriage companies directly - you can find their contact info in the post.
    Saadia Mead
    September 27th, 2014
    I am a graduating Senior at IPFW taking a photojournalism class. I am to create a photo story for my next assignment. I have always loved horses and wondered what "A Day in the Life..." would be like for a working horse. I was wondering if you would give me permission to come out and photograph and interview you and your horses? After the assignment is graded, you would be welcome to use the photostory for PR. I would be available Friday late afternoon and Saturdays, generally speaking but of course we would have to choose a mutually convenient day and time. Thank you so much for your time and consideration on my behalf. Best Regards, Saadia Mead
      Kristen
      Kristen
      September 28th, 2014
      You will want to contact the horse/carriage companies directly - you can see their individual contact information in the article. Thank you!
        Saadia Mead
        September 29th, 2014
        Ok, thanks I will. Thanks for letting me know.

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