August 1-7, 2021
Our End of Summer Trail Ride has been around for over 66 years — the longest of any events we offer! Some of our guests have been attending since the first years of this event.
This event is all about fun. Equine enthusiasts do most of their trail riding early in the morning to avoid the intense afternoon heat. More than half the guests attending don’t bring a horse. These folks come for the river, relaxation and fun! Most guests spend their afternoons at the river floating, swimming or just relaxing. The evenings are filled with music and dancing on our outdoor dance floor.
Gates open Saturday, July 24, 2021 at 8:00 a.m. No arrivals before this date allowed. Daily camping fee of $30 per trailer will be added for guests arriving before Friday, July 30, 2021. Guests will be charged from the date they arrive through the end of the event. No refunds are given for early departures. Late arrivals will be charged a pro-rated package rate. Please see our Pro-Rated Policy for specific details about arriving late.
Your admission for the week includes all of the activities listed above as well as 3 meals per day (Sunday morning through Friday evening) and camping with electric and water hookup. A package without meals included is also available. Guests purchasing this option may pay for meals as they go through the line.
In order to qualify for a year toward your attendance buckle those guests choosing the no meal package must pay for the entire week. Guests choosing the full package will be required to purchase a minimum of 3 days in order to qualify as a year.
Make your plans now to attend the most exciting event of the year at Cross Country Trail Ride!
- Nashville Entertainer in Concert
- Nightly dances with music provided by Jonesey
- Adult and Youth Horse Shows
- Tack Sale
- Organized Trail Rides Daily
- Scavenger Hunt
No dogs are allowed at this event. We welcome service dogs, but only service dogs not pets. Guests will be asked to register service dogs with our office upon arrival and will be expected to keep the dog under control and on a leash at all times the animal is outside a trailer. Guests will be asked to describe the task their service dog is trained to perform for them. A certificate from the internet or a service dog vest will not be adequate verification.