The property includes a 14-stall barn, with indoor arena and viewing room for cold days, a large outdoor arena, a Sensory Integration Trail with 17 stations and a round-pen learning area. The viewing room/lounge has books, movies and games so that parents and guardians with small children waiting for riders can enjoy their time at Healing Reins too. Healing Reins is an ADA-approved facility, with a wheelchair accessible mounting ramp and Sure-Hands Lift System.
All nineteen program horses live outside year-round in paddocks with roomy loafing sheds to keep them protected from the ever-changing Central Oregon climate. Seven acres of green pasture ensures a happy herd during the spring and summer months, and plenty of room to roam means our horses are calm and comfortable.
Our facility is immaculately maintained. Arenas are groomed weekly and barn aisles, stalls, tack room and areas accessed by the general public are kept clean at all times. All tack and horse-care equipment is clearly marked and checked for safety and quality daily. Information boards provide easy-to-read descriptions of each animal and which horses live in which paddocks for volunteer and rider reference. Information with weekly updates for rider families is regularly updated and posted in multiple locations.