Dickey Steps Riding School

Type:Riding/Trekking Centre

Rakewood, Littleborough, Lancs, OL15 0AT

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Horse riding in the South Peninnes and the beautiful Hollingworth Lake Country Park.Providing recreational and educational facilities.Horses and Ponies to suit all abilities.Hacks/lessons, Birthday parties,” pony for the day”.Riding for the Disabled and Therapy sessions by appointment. Stabling and B and B accommodation and Bunkhouse opening Dec 2012.

Opening times: Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. Between 10am till 7pm please ring for details.


- Riding School

- Toilets

- Free Parking

- Riding Hats

- Boots

- Menage

- Stabling

- Shop ( groceries)

- Camping and Caravaning (Hollingworth Caravan Park)

- 2 mins from Hollingworth Lake Country Park.


Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Provider Features

  • In countryside

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