Reservations may be made over the phone with a credit/debit card. The required deposit is $15 per stall, $5 campsite fee, and $50 reservation fee.
Yes. Campers may be rented by contacting Allen Ramsey (573-226-5547) or Keith Smith (573-226-5650).
You will need a negative coggins for each animal. In addition, out of state guests will also need a 30 day health certificate for each animal. This documentation will need to be presented at the gate on arrival.
We have approximately a 300 mile trail system. These trails cover private, state, and federal lands.
There are approximately 3,000 covered stalls and 1,200 campsites in our 80 acre campground.
We accept cash, personal checks, traveler’s checks, and credit/debit cards (Mastercard, Visa, and Discover only).
Your admission includes 3 meals per day, camping, and admission to all scheduled activities. The only additional charge is $15 per stall for the week.
You will need to provide your own horse and camping facility. You will also be responsible for anything associated with your horse (i.e. feed, bedding, etc.).
On most events you may arrive as much as one week in advance of the event start date. Please see our schedule of events for specific dates you may arrive.
Our stalls are 7’x10’. They are covered with a gate and a feed box. You will need to bring a water bucket and a hay bag.
Dogs are allowed during our holiday/weekend events only (Memorial Day, 4th of July, and Labor Day). We do not allow dogs on any of our week long events.
Visitor’s passes are available during our week long events only. They are available during the event on Monday through Friday. We do not offer visitor’s passes on the weekend or the week before the event starts. Visitor’s passes are not available on our holiday/weekend events (Memorial Day, 4th of July, and Labor Day).
Yes. We charge from the date you arriver through the end of each event; if you leave early you won’t get any money back, but if you arrive late you won’t be charged for the days you missed. Please see our Pro-Rate Chart for specific fees.
Eminence is a hot spot for tourism. The Jacks Fork River runs through the middle of town and borders the back side of our campground providing swimming, floating, tubing, and fishing. There are many opportunities for sight-seeing in the area. A 9 hole golf course is located just outside our gates. The area’s largest western store is available on site, as well as, a tack store, restaurant, and trailer sales. Eminence offers several shops with local crafts also.