Nestled in the pristine Pemberton mountain valley, bordered by the Lillooet River and endless forest, is a retreat like no other. Located a short drive from the town of Pemberton B.C is our riverside horse farm, Dreamcatcher Meadows. Now open for events and tours, owners Jill Giese and John Dingle and their dedicated team of staff invite you to share our piece of paradise.
When you choose to host your event at our truly unique, exceptional venue, we guarantee your occasion will to exceed your highest expectations.
You will be spoiled for site choice given location options ranging from the riverside Entertainment Barn with its fire pit balcony and sandy beach to the ten acre Meadows Field for a long-table dinner. Guests will be treated to views of Mount Currie on one side and the mountain-framed valley culminating in Meager Creek Hot springs – just waiting for your touch to be transformed into your event dream, be it wedding, corporate event or private occasion. Whether you are embarking on your new life together, planning a family gathering or thinking of a “just because” event, we guarantee choosing Dreamcatcher Meadows as your venue will deliver an experience unequalled anywhere else.
Dreamcatcher Meadows love sharing our intimate knowledge of riding and farming by offering guided tours of the facility. Tours begin with our Residential Rider students, explaining the secret to Dreamcatcher Meadows winning the coveted title of North American Champion Breeder of the Year – for three consecutive years – based on actual competition results of the horses bred and trained right here in this pristine mountain valley. Guests are fascinated by this overview of farm operations, spanning foal conception in the embryo transfer laboratory to the stables where your guests meet the famous residents of all ages. Capture these special memories with photo opportunities with our champions of all ages; from Horse of the Year breeding stallions, record-setting dressage stars through to elite Hanoverian current year foals and their natural or surrogate rescued mothers.
For more information on taking a tour of the Dreamcatcher Meadows facility please visit our Take a Tour section.