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Our family farm is located in Dewdney, BC, which is about an hour East of Vancouver and approximately 8 – 12 minutes from Mission.

36936 McKamey Rd, Mission, BC V2V 6T1

Unbridled Discovery Farm is a family farm run by Sherrie McAllan and her Husband. As a family farm it is truly a team effort and often times the kids are out helping feed the animals.

Sherrie McAllan is owner and resident of Unbridled Discovery Farm. She is our farm’s certified FEEL practitioner.

To learn more about Sherrie visit our ‘About Us’ page.

Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) is the process of involving human and horses to help solve personal problems and faciliate personal growth. By understanding how horses communicate you can better understand yourself and how the horse perceives your feelings. Horses are very emotional animals and have an excellent sense for your inner feelings and how those feelings are being projected, whether intentional or unintentionally.

Read our article for more information on ‘What Is Equine Assisted Learning’.

We offer a wide-variety of sessions available for anyone ages 5 and up.

Kids Day Camps – These day camps are held during the summer months. These sessions are excellent ways for parents to introduce their kids to farm animals.

Teen Day Camps – Our ‘Teen at the Barn’ sessions are catered to educate and entertain teenagers. By encouraging our youth to disconnect from their devices we’re better able to educate them on the benefits of the outdoors.

Private Equine Sessions – Our private FEEL sessions are intimate one-on-one experiences between the practitioner (Sherrie), you, and the horse. These private sessions are highly effective for helping resolve past issues, behavioral issues, and even current relationship issues.

Corporate Events / Workshops – Our corporate team-building workshops are excellent ways for colleagues to step out of the office and onto the farm. We educate the staff on effective communication skills and how to become a better leader.

We recommend dressing for the weather and wearing closed-toe shoes or boots.

No. For all the day camps we recommend packing a lunch and a snack. For the private sessions we recommend eating before or after your session.

If you’re organizing a corporate event, then please inquire with Sherrie to discuss some possible catering options.

Absolutely. If you’re looking for an intimate family activity, then we can organize a private session for you and your loved ones. Interacting with all of the farm animals is a great family-friendly experience.

Typically for the kid and teen camps it is age-restricted, but if you wish as a parent wish to attend please inquire with Sherrie first.

Absolutely. If you’re interested in purchasing multiple sessions please speak with Sherrie and she will assist with the purchase order.

We require all of our customers to sign an Insurance Policy Waiver to participate in our Equine Activities.***

Under the Age of Majority Release Form

Over the Age of Majority Release Form

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