Wildfire Ranch Spiritual Retreat

Spring Mills, PA

Capacity: 101-150 | WEBSITE | PHONE

About this Vendor

Fairy-tale Horseback Weddings....

If you have ever dreamed of a beautiful outdoor wedding, Wildfire Ranch offers breathtaking views that will make your big day unforgettable. We can accommodate up to 150 guests and have the ONLY VENUE offering actual horseback riding for both the ceremony - AND the reception! Many of our brides choose to make an stunning entrance on horseback while others ride to the ceremony side-by-side with their grooms. Either way your ceremony will have a supernatural feel to it with the use of our beautiful horses. During your reception we offer horseback riding to your guests for entertainment. For up to 2 hours adults and children alike can enjoy the unique experience of riding a horse independently in our outdoor arena, walking, trotting and even cantering. Wildfireranch.org.

Amenities + Details

Amenities
  • Bridal Suite

  • Handicap Accessible

  • On-Site Accommodations

  • Outdoor - Covered

  • Outdoor - Not Covered

  • Reception Area

  • Wireless Internet

For more details about amenities, please message the Venue.

Price Range

$$ – Affordable

Ceremony Types

Civil Union, Commitment Ceremony, Elopement, Interfaith Ceremony, Non-Religious Ceremony, Religious Ceremony, Second Wedding , Vow Renewal Ceremony

Venue Capacity

101-150

Settings

Backyard, Farm + Ranch, Barn, Mountain, Tented, Trees

Wedding Categories

Destination Weddings

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Contact Info

Address
332 Harter Rd, Spring Mills, PA (814) 422-0534
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Meet The Owner

Cynthia Sweeley

Sweeley began riding horses at ten years old, and her hobby quickly turned into her passion. During her years as a student at Penn State, as a career woman, and as a young mother, Sweeley missed riding and longed for the day when she would have enough money to own horses again. Finally, in 2002, Sweeley and her husband bought seven acres out in the countryside of Central Pennsylvania, built a 6,000 square foot log lodge to be split between use as the family residence and business headquarters, and purchased ten horses to start a horse ranch.