Voight Farms was established in 1936 by John and Frieda Voight as a homestead farm. Over the years the farm evolved into an equine boarding facility. Today Voight Farm continues to be a family run operation, with a father and daughter duo at the helm. While the farm has evolved from a simple boarding stable into a all inclusive boarding and training facility, it has not lost its old time country charm. The morals and ethics continue to outshine the hectic times we live in. The Voight’s main priority is to provide exceptional care to their horses while making our clients feel as if they have a second home.
The 35 acres of preserved farmland offers a home to anywhere from 30 to 40 horses at any given time, and is surrounded by over 300 acres of open space land. This provides not only a quite and peaceful environment, but also unlimited access to private and public trails. In addition we offer of riding lessons of all disciplines, from beginner to advanced with showing opportunities.