Cross Country Trail Ride is Missouri’s premier horseback riding experience.

Cross Country Trail Ride is Missouri’s premier horseback riding experience.

Hosting 8 events per year with over 300 miles of trails on the
Jacks Fork and Current Rivers

All registered guests will enjoy a campsite with 3 meals a day, an indoor arena and daily entertainment including horse shows, dancing, swimming, tack sale, Nashville entertainers and organized horseback trail rides.


boy riding horse

34th Annual

May 16-22, 2021

girl riding horse

57th Annual

June 13-19, 2021

woman riding horse

66th Annual

August 1-7, 2021

man riding horse

51st Annual

October 3-9, 2021

man walking horse

23rd Annual

October 24-30, 2021


cowboy hat

2nd Annual

May 28-31, 2021

horse shoe

28th Annual

June 30 – July 3, 2021

cowboy boot

26th Annual

September 3-6, 2021

Call 573-226-3492 to make your reservation!

The best equine vacation in the United States at the most affordable price.

Please Note

REQUIREMENTS FOR YOUR ANIMALS: Health papers (valid for 30 days) and Coggins test (valid for 1 year) are required for all out of state animals. All out of state guests will be required to show these papers at the gate upon arrival. Missouri residents will need to show Coggins papers only.

In addition, all guests are required to use bedding in every stall used. We allow the use of dehydrated pelleted bedding only and do not allow the use of any other type bedding. We offer bedding on site at $5 per 40# bag or you may bring your own if you prefer, as long as it is dehydrated pellets.

UPDATED DOG POLICY: Beginning May 1, 2018 a new dog policy will be instituted. We welcome service dogs at our facility, but only service dogs. Emotional support dogs and pets are not allowed. Guests will be asked to describe the task their service dog performs for them and also to register the animal with our office upon arrival. A certificate from the internet or a service dog vest will not be acceptable as verification. Thank you for abiding by our rules regarding dogs.

WARNING: Under Missouri law, an equine professional is not liable for an injury to or the death of a participant in equine activities resulting from the inherent risks of equine activities pursuant to the Revised Statutes of Missouri.