Roger Norris was a grumpy old cowboy who sold magic elixirs for, like, a million years. Whenever he had a chance to get away from the grueling drudgery of daily life, he would find a horse to ride and escape into his own little world. One day he had an idea. He realized that one horseback ride could cure your ills (and your bad attitude) better than any of his elixirs or years of weekly therapy with the local shrink. So in 2000, he started selling real magic at Georgia Frontiers.
Now, Roger isn't a horse whisperer. He tried it once and the horses wouldn't listen. But he takes full advantage of a group of volunteers who work wonders tending to his horses and 150 acres of wooded trails. Together, they offer western-style trail rides for city slickers who want to have some fun and get away from real life for a while. It's guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
Our Wranglers & Other Volunteers
We're always looking for crazy people to help out at the barn. Whether you like to chop wood, spruce up the trails, groom horses, entertain guests or lead trail rides - we've got a job for you!
All volunteer positions include special perks, such as:
Spending time with Roger
Ripping on and embarrassing other volunteers
Getting filthy dirty from head to toe
And so much more!
We welcome anyone who is at least 21 years old, can commit to helping at least three days per month, and likes to have fun.
All trail guides and maintenance workers at Georgia Frontiers volunteer their time and energy to make sure your horseback riding experience is safe and memorable. Please tip generously.