Room rates are nightly based on a maximum of 4 person occupancy per room (ages 3 and up). Additional occupants in the same room will be charged a per person rate of $99 per night. Packages include lodging, dinner on day of check-in, thereafter three meals daily, use of all facilities, sports, equipment, instruction, cocktail parties, kids club program, evening entertainment, and concluded by breakfast and lunch on day of check-out.

All reservations of 10 or more rooms require management approval and are subject to individual pricing. Rates are subject to 15% Resort Fee and New York Sales Tax. The Resort Fee is added to provide and maintain the Ranch amenities. No portion of the Resort Fee constitutes a gratuity; and no portion goes to any resort associate. A two (2) night minimum is required on most reservations. Rates subject to change without notice. Further restrictions may apply. Call 1-800-647-2624 to speak to one of our reservation specialists!

To guarantee your reservation we require a 25% deposit payable at the time of advance booking. Online reservations can only be cancelled over the phone with a reservation agent. Deposits are held as a guarantee, and are forfeited for no-shows, early departures & cancellations made within 2 weeks of your arrival.

Bill Payment
Remaining balance is due upon registration/arrival. Payment accepted in cash, money order, travelers check or major credit card. (Personal checks are not permitted for payment). All rates quoted are per person/per night and are subject to 15% Resort Fee and New York State Sales Tax & Local County Tax.

On check-in day, guests are invited to arrive midday and enjoy most available facilities. Rooms are generally ready by 04:00pm; and often earlier. Dinner times vary to accommodate late arrivals; followed by evening activities and entertainment. Check-out time is 12:00 noon, but guests are welcome to stay on property and enjoy the facilities. Late check-outs will incur a fee.

Pet Policy
Rocking Horse Ranch does not allow dogs or other pets on the property, with the exception of service dogs.  A service dog is identified by the ADA as any dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability, including a physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual, or other mental disability.  Emotional support animals, comfort animals, and therapy dogs are not service animals under Title II and Title III of the ADA, and are therefore not allowed on the property.