Wacky Nut Farms
 


 

 
A sustainably designed, environmentally friendly equestrian facility – Located on south Bainbridge Island, Wacky Nut Farm is just 12 minutes from the Seattle Winslow ferry. The 20-acre farm is situated on a sunny hillside, tucked into a quiet, peaceful location above Blakely Harbor. Our farm aligns with environmentally conscious practices that protect water quality, natural resources and the health of both animals and people. The farm property provides a safe haven for our horses, riders and local wildlife.

 

Wacky Nut Farm is a premier dressage training and boarding facility on Bainbridge Island, WA offering lessons and training at all levels through Grand Prix.

We offer excellent individualized care including 4 daily feedings of quality hay, stalls cleaned twice daily, horses turned out daily year round seasonal pasture turnout blanket changes, heated groom areas and wash racks, and a caretaker living on-site. All 15 stalls have attached mud-free paddocks.

Indoor arena (80x180) with 80 mirrors and heated viewing area, outdoor arena (100x200) with regulation dressage court, both with excellent footing.

Rider amenities include heated tack room with private lockers, tack cleaning with washer/dryer, and rider kitchen. Covered trailer parking, and all-season trail on our 20 acres.

For additional information, please contact Barn Manager, Jo Wallace at jo@wackynutfarm.com or 206 780-1617 (barn).

We offer a variety of equestrian events and activities at Wacky Nut Farm throughout the year. Follow us on Facebook for ongoing updates.


 
Our on-site Guest House is available to rent – either the entire guest house or an individual room – and overlooks the Wacky Nut Farm Equestrian Center. It has three lovely guest rooms and a spacious common room.  It is available to those attending an equestrian training clinic, out-of-towners looking for a unique and relaxing place to stay or islanders in need of a comfortable place to lodge family or friends. A 15–minute stroll will take you to a Bainbridge Island waterfront park which provides a view of the Seattle skyline.