36th Annual Trail Ride
May 14-20, 2023
Late spring in the Ozarks is unsurpassed in the way of scenic views. While April is the beginning of our flowering season, May is when everything else begins to wake up as well. The trees are leafed out, grass is greening up and spring wildflowers are starting to bloom. A ride through the forested hills or along the banks of the Jacks Fork or Current Rivers is a breathtaking sight to behold. Temperatures are perfect for trail riding and it is sometimes warm enough for a swim also. This event hosts an attendance of 100 to 200 guests, which leaves plenty of space for newcomers.
We welcome you to ride on your own at any time, but organized trail rides will be provided if you prefer to have a guide. All guided trail rides will have lunch cooked on the trail Monday through Thursday and will be back in camp for lunch on Friday. If you’re interested in a perfect trail riding environment this would be the event you are looking for! Gates open at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, May 6, 2023. Check out Sunday, May 21, 2023 at 5:00 p.m. (No extended stays available.) Space is still available, so give us a call to make reservations today.
BUCKLE ELIGIBILTY REQUIREMENTS:
FULL PACKAGE ADMISSION: Guests must be registered for a minimum of 3 days or pay the equivalent of 3 days admission.
PARTIAL PACKAGE ADMISSION (No meals included): Guests must be registered for the full week or pay the equivalent of the full week admission.
- Dances Nightly (Saturday-Thursday)
- Tack Sale
- Daily Organized Rides with lunch cooked on the trail
- Cattle Sorting
- Equine Clinics
Call 573-226-3492 to make a reservation.
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.