This place is an interesting stop for island history. It's a pen with an observation deck for viewing the wild ponies of the area. That's it. If you've ever been to a farm, you've seen ponies before. You can't pet them or get near them. So, it's about a five minute stop. Still, it's a live look at part of... 更多
Nice area to look at the ponies that are descendants of the wild Banker ponies washed ashore from Spanish boats.
Yesterday, we stopped by the Pony Pens and were pleased to see about a dozen fairly close to the front. No rhyme or reason- it was a beautiful day and I guess they were enjoying it, too. There were signs Hurricane Matthew affected their space but they were all ok.
Although we were able to see a few horses in distance we folled well maintained boardwalk trail back to another viewing area. Pleasant walk on a pleasant day with pretty surroundings. Reached viewing area and we could see approx 12 horses a couple hundred yards away. Nice walk on a nice day.
Great history of the ponies, but was disappointed in the small-ish pens for them. Only a handful of ponies here. Located right along the highway, so nice to stop on your way to town.
The pony pens have only a few ponies in them and they are difficult to see or capture a picture of. You have to get up on the platform to get a good view, and it is small. There was a paved path that we tried to follow, but it was so overgrown that after a few yards in we... 更多