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Our annual Thanksgiving Trail Ride at Coldwater Ranch will begin Wednesday, November 26 with dinner, and end Sunday November 30 with breakfast. We will ride daily, feast often, and enjoy visiting with our guests.
Trail ride your horse through the beautiful Ozarks lead by an experienced guide. Ride starts With Sunday breakfast and ends with Saturday breakfast. Sack lunches provided for the trail. Fully-equipped campsites with covered horse stalls available. Also a motel and bunkhouse available on site. Enjoy a swimming Pool and fishing. Rental horses also available.
Current River State Park hosts these kayak clinics, targeted towards folks who want to learn the basics of kayaking.
Clinics are held on the park's lower lake. Kayaks are provided; however, participants may take their own kayaks. The clinics are taught by American Canoe Association kayak instructor, Jim Newberry.
Class size is limited to 10. Participants must preregister by phone.
Clinics are held on the dates indicated only.
Trail ride your horse through the beautiful Ozarks led by an experienced guide. Ride starts with Sunday breakfast and ends with Saturday breakfast. Sack lunches provided for the trail.
Fully-equipped campsites with covered horse stalls available. Also a motel and bunkhouse available on site. Enjoy a swimming Pool and fishing.
Rental horses also available.
The Ozark Family Rodeo, held at the Pioneer Saddle Club, one mile west on Route 14, West Plains, MO, will entertain your whole family with an evening of western fun. There are events for all ages: stick horse races, mutton busting, pee wee barrels, junior barrels, open barrels, calf riding, mini buckers, bull riding, boudreaux bull, riding/judging contest, pee wee poles, junior poles, open poles, dog race, break away and team roping. $5 per person, ages six and younger free.
Various outdoor skills classes will be presented throughout the park. Classes will include caving, rappelling, canoeing, black powder and shotgun safety and shooting, shooting sports, reloading, fly casting and fishing, fly tying, ultra-lite fishing, trapping, archery, arrow making and flint knapping, primitive camping, primitive hunting, camping, outdoors survival, orienteering, Dutch oven cooking, wild munchies, nature landscaping, outdoor photography – beginning and advanced, geo-caching, butter-flying, stargazing and wood lore to name a few.
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