Early Fall Event

50th Annual Trail Ride
October 4-10, 2020

Welcome to one of the most beautiful times of the year in the Ozarks. Riders will experience some of the most breathtaking scenic views in the state of Missouri at this time of year. Our fall foliage is nearing its peak and the weather is beyond believable for horseback riding. The crystal clear waters of the Jacks Fork and Current River reflect the vibrant colors of the changing foliage to make picture perfect photo opportunities.

We offer nearly 300 miles of cut trails for you to traverse among which there are several dramatic scenic views from the top of hills and bluffs. Our weather is normally very nice with temperatures ranging from low 50’s to mid 70’s. This event is normally attended by serious trail riders who come to ride all day, but also enjoy the evening activities. 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. 

cowboyHat Shenandoah in concert
Merle Monroe in concert
Bill Forness & One More Round in concert
cowboyHat  Nightly dances with music provided by Jonesey
cowboyHat  Horse Show
cowboyHat  Tack Sale
cowboyHat  Organized trail rides daily
cowboyHat Scavenger Hunt
cowboyHat Jackpot Cornhole Tournament
cowboyHat Equine Massage Clinic with Joy Meizler
cowboyHat Horsemanship Clinic with Meizler
cowboyHat Working Horse Clinic & Jackpot Cattle Sorting
produced by Cornerstone Productions
cowboyHat Reining Clinic with Darcy Lynn Welsh


With space sold out before the event ends, it is important for you to make advance reservations. The required deposit for advance reservations is $25 per stall, $5 per campsite, and a $50 reservation fee.

You may arrive as early as 8:00 a.m. Saturday, September 25, 2020. You will be responsible for your own meals until October 4, 2020.

Your admission includes 3 meals per day, camping with electric and water hookup or primitive camping, nightly dances with music provided by Jonesey, a guest performance on Tuesday evening by Shenandoah, a horse show,  a tack sale, and daily organized trail rides. Reservations are not required, but are strongly suggested. You may make reservations by phone with a credit/debit card.

Adult $300 … 6-11 $225
3-5 $100 … 2 & under $25
Stalls $25/week each



Gates Open:  September 25, 2020 @ 8:00 am


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-Rate Policy for specific details about arriving late.