Rhodes Hall Plantation is an unparalleled location for horseback riding. Our enormous 550 acre range covers every type of terrain imaginable, creating an unforgettable experience for beginners and advanced riders alike. You will enjoy the individual attention that smaller group sizes allow, as this creates a more personalized and pleasurable experience.
Over 70 Horses graze freely in the hills when not in use for horseback riding. Our morass (Jamaican swamp) is one of the largest crocodile reserves in Western Jamaica with over 70 residents. We have an adjoining lake simply named "Crocodile Lake". Other animals living on the property include geese, guinea hens, chickens, roosters, ducks, goats, mongoose, crabs, cats, doves, parrots, humming birds, doctor birds, myna birds, seagulls, pelicans, sandpipers, herons, and even peacocks.
The terrain covers all that Jamaica has to offer; from beaches to coral coastline, to mountain tops as high as 600 feet above sea level affording excellent views all the way to Negril. The lush tropical jungle features impressive stands of ancient bamboo, numerous types of trees and other rainforest vegetation, creating a bird watchers paradise..