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Specializing in the ultimate country experience. View a working cattle farm while taking a guided trail ride through the woods along Stouts Creek, passing a Civil War historic marker. In the spring and fall, you will see baby calves with their mothers. If you are lucky, you might glimpse a beaver at work, or the great blue heron. The property is home to countless birds, wild turkey, eagles and white tail deer. Bring your horse or ride one of ours. We hand-pick the horses to match your riding ability. Trail rides by reservation only. Stall rentals are available. Bed and breakfast inn on site. Trail ride: $30. Guests of our bed and breakfast receive a discount.
Big River Ranch provides 2,100 acres of land to enjoy on horseback. We offer 25 miles of cut trails; five of which are along the Missouri River. We have an event center, camping, an outdoor lighted arena, and horse boarding stables. We welcome RVs.
We offer pony rides for children.
Bring your own horse; we have miles of trails to ride. Overnight horse boarding is available. Lessons are available for all levels and all ages. Younger than 18 must be accompanied by parent and must wear a helmet.
We have two cabins for rent; they sleep four. Weekday and weekend packages available. Full shower house. There is a bed and breakfast one mile east; campgrounds two miles west.
Enjoy great horses, great food, a dude ranch, cattle drives, horse roundups, fishing, arrowhead hunting, horse training, and kayaks and tubes furnished for floating on Big Beaver Creek. This is a natural horsemanship ranch in the Ozark Mountains. Trail rides, lodging, meals and guided rides. Winner of the 2009 Ultimate Equestrian Challenge.
Horseback riding by the hour or day. A ride of more than four hours includes lunch and at least two river crossings, with a chance of seeing the famous Missouri wild horses. Bring your own, or rental horses are available.
Rent one of our cabins and combine your horseback riding with canoeing for a great family vacation. Meals can be provided.
See our website for schedules, details and location or call for more information.
Come visit Crystal Creek Ranch, a thousand-acre ranch, one mile from the Jacks Fork River and Alley Spring Mill; five miles from the Current River.
At Crystal Creek Equine Center, we’re proud to offer guided horseback rides and riding lessons, including a therapeutic riding program. Bring your own horse and stay at Crystal Creek Ranch. We have over ten miles of trails on the ranch and connecting trails to Horse Camp on the Jack's Fork River, Angeline Trail Head, and Ozark National Scenic Riverways Trail System.
We have a limited number of rental horses for guided trail rides around the ranch and for private horsemanship lessons.
We offer a variety of unique lodging adventures for your stay. We have self-guided ranch tours; a small-animal area, walking trails, horse trails, camping, labyrinth, recreation center, and a four-level overlook deck. Our air-conditioned main hall is available for private events.
Modern, 70-stall equine facility offering boarding packages with attached outdoor paddocks to pasture.
Riding trails available on the property, with access to the Katy Trail.
Located beside the Katy Trail, 10 minutes south of Sedalia. From Route 65; west on Route B, 1.25 miles; west on Sacajawea road.
Riding at the Flying R Ranch provides a variety of trails and varied terrain. Trails are constantly being developed with the goal of giving you a great trail-riding experience.
Nearly all the trails begin at the camp, near the stalls. From this point, ride down to the North Fork of the White River and begin your adventure. Bring your horses and enjoy the miles of scenic trails. Covered horse stalls are available.
Flying R Ranch is joined on three sides by Mark Twain National Forest. The White River runs through the ranch, offering two miles of river frontage for swimming, fishing, equestrian, and water activities.
We have cabins on-site; they sleep 16. The bunkhouse features air-conditioned, private rooms: six accommodate two people; one takes four people. RV hookups (50/30/20 amp) and tent space available.
Amenities include a shower house, restrooms and a laundry room. There is a cave on the property, which you may explore, for a fee.
Golden Hills Ranch includes spring-fed streams, forest, massive bluffs, and caves so large you can ride your horse into them. There are more than 200 miles of trails and privately owned roads for equestrian use only. The trails are all marked and we provide a map so you always know where you are and where you’re going.
We have riding enjoyment for beginner to the most advanced riders; horse rentals; hundreds of campsites with water and hookups; horse stalls and paddocks; an on-site motel, bunkhouse and shower houses; swimming pool; exercise room; and many other amenities.
Visit our website for details, and events schedule, prices and reservations. Come ride with us.
We host equine activities, including barrel racing and team roping, and there is a restaurant on-site.
This seventh generation working cattle farm on Meramec River offers horseback riding vacations on gaited breeds: Missouri Fox Trotters, Tennessee Walking Horses and Peruvian Pasos – yes, your horse is always welcome.
Take in the river valley, wooded trails, pastures of cattle and the Meramec River as you travel at your own pace. There are plenty of places to swim and picnic.
This is not a "nose to tail" ride; guests have access to experienced, well-trained horses. You are welcome to bring your own horses; we have facilities for guest horses. We offer access to water and electric hookups.
Two cabins are available for rent on-site.
Wooded and open horse trails for all levels of experience. With more than 800 acres, riders can spend hours without seeing the same terrain. Many locations have been groomed for stopovers, which could include a meal break and a rest stop.
We have large turn-around for horse trailers; full hook-up for RV sites; cabins; horse stalls and pens; long-term boarding; horses for rent with reservations.
Facilities include: a restaurant/bar; outdoor rifle, pistol, shotgun and archery ranges; hiking trails; firearms and outdoor store; fishing; off-road vehicle trails; hunting packages; firearms classes; and other activities.
Our facility is located in north-central Missouri, off Route 139, approximately 50 miles west of Kirksville.
Visit our website for details, event schedules and reservations.
We offer safe, fun, guided horseback rides for riders at all levels of experience. Our guides have years of experience at trail riding, and we believe our horses are some of the most gentle you will find anywhere.
We have one-hour (min. age, 7) and two-hour (min. age 10) guided rides. Group events are available.
1 Hour, $30; 2 Hour, $60. Call for reservations.
Our experienced guides lead you on a ride through the beautiful Ozarks, through forests, up and down hills and across rivers.
Bring your own horse or use one of ours. We are located at Golden Hills Resort.
Rockin A Arena is home to many events including our largest event in March, our MDA rodeo. Along with that we host many high school rodeos, team ropings, barrel racing, concerts and more.
The area contains 3,515 acres at the junction of Boone, Howard and Randolph counties. The 48-acre-lake has a disabled-accessible boat ramp, fishing dock and restroom. Hikers, bikers and equestrians will enjoy the 12.5-mile Moniteau Wilderness Trail. There are 24 primitive campsites on the area. This conservation area is located 19 miles north of Columbia on Route 63; then five miles west on Route F; then 2.75 miles north on Route T; and then one-half mile west on County Road 2930.
Show-Me Trail Ride Outfitter will show you the natural beauty of Missouri from the back of a horse. We offer guided tours throughout western and central Missouri state parks and daily trail rides at our base in Lexington. Show-Me Trail Ride Outfitter provides the horses, food, camping equipment and an experienced guide. Your trail ride is entirely customizable, from an afternoon ride to a weekend camping trip. All you have to do is enjoy the ride. No prior horseback riding experience is necessary.
This 53-acre equestrian center consists of an indoor arena, outdoor arena, eight-stall barn, three pastures, facilities for private events, and restrooms.
Wild Rose offers an experience for families looking for a fun weekend getaway, for those who want to learn to ride, and for experienced riders wishing to expand their horse experience. We provide horseback riding lessons, trail rides, boarding, training, stallion service, horses for purchase and a variety of other services.
Our one-hour guided trail rides, on well-trained horses, offer a scenic trip through open fields, woods, and across creeks. These rides are intended for riders of any experience level. Cost: $30 per rider (cash only). Reservation required: 816-679-5451.
Wild Rose is a stable located about 12 miles north of the Kansas City International Airport. North on I-29; take exit 25; west on Route U to Route 371; north on 371; veer right onto Old Pike Road (portions are unpaved); pass under I-29 and look for our sign.
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