Romp N Roll Acres is a boarding facility located in the county of Leduc. We pride ourselves on providing a relaxed, safe and friendly community for our boarders.Learn About Our Facility
There is truth in the words "barn therapy" and we are proud to offer meditation sessions in which the horses play an active role.Find Out More About Healing With Horses
Romp n’ Roll Acres is located in the County of Leduc, near New Sarepta, Alberta.
Jerry and Sandra both have a passion for horses and started offering boarding services in April 2009. Since then, the business has grown and Jerry now stays home full time in order to take care of the business and ensure each of the horses are given the attention they deserve. After all, they are all part of the Romp N Roll family!
Romp n’ Roll Acres strives to offer a relaxing, drama-free environment for each of its boarders so that everyone can relax and enjoy their time at the barn. The community of owners is close-knit, which means there’s always someone to visit or ride with. It’s not just the horses that become family here at Romp N Roll!
Jerry and Sandra not only take excellent care of the horses but bring positive energy to both the facility and all of the horses.
Jerry and Sandra take great care of all the horses (and their people). They've created a fantastic family atmosphere at the barn and do their very best to ensure every single equine on the property is 100% happy. It's rare to find a place where every single horse thrives, but at Romp n Roll... You'll find that place.
They deliver over and over again! Great place and great people.
Come for the the great location, diligent horse care and excellent prices! Stay for the hospitality you and your horse will receive from the fine people who run it!
I must say I have never been more happy to have met Sandra and Jerry when I brought my own girl there to live and her and I have learned a lot since the start and we are still learning more every day.
Wonderful! Excellent care for horses from considerate, respectful, helpful, fun people. Thank you Sandra and Jerry!!