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White Rock Stables 36.638091, -83.431840 White Rock StablesSandcave Rd, Ewing, VA 24248 (Directions)

White Rock Stables

White Rocks Stables offers a ‘fun for the whole family’ experience with several locations recommended for riders ranging from novice to the most experienced of horseman. In the near future we hope to offer a wide range of equine related services as well!!! Come experience a journey on horseback through the historical Cumberland Gap National Park to the top of the White Rocks, view the vast valley below where Daniel Boone made his historical journey. Or enjoy the natural sand cave that was made from the mountain wind.

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