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Enjoy the Ozarks and Mark Twain National Forest, which join the ranch on three sides. The North Fork of the White River runs through the ranch, offering two miles of river frontage for swimming, fishing and water activities. Bring your horses and enjoy the trails. The ranch offers miles of scenic trails. Covered horse stalls available.
Cabins 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.
Open March thru November.
Longhorn Ranch Horse Camp is a 1,200-acre working cattle and horse ranch. We offer trail riding, with your horse or ours, and camping. Our camping has both full-service as well as primitive sites. We also have cabin rentals or sleeping rooms in our Cowboy Hotel, and stalls for the horses.
If you are looking for a riding vacation, check out our Dude Ranch with all home-cooked meals, trail riding, cattle drive, roping lessons, and a big dance on Saturday night at our Rustic Log Lodge. For those just looking for a horseback ride, we offer guided rides that last 80 minutes and/or 2.5 hours. We are open year-round.
Mojeji Ranch, (pronounced mo-JAY-jee), is an educational family farm set on 296 acres on the Ozark Plateau near Mountain Grove. Owned and operated by two generations of the Schrock family, we raise pastured beef cattle, meat goats, hogs, broiler chickens and free-range laying hens. We avoid chemicals, antibiotics and growth hormones, and use high density holistic grazing practices.
Farm stays at Mojeji Ranch give your family a complete "from field to fork" local food experience: stay one to five nights in our guesthouse, join in preparing and eating boarding-house-style meals, and participate in farm activities (caring for animals, gathering eggs, working in the garden).
Also, take time to visit regional attractions, such as Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company's Pioneer Village, the Laura Ingalls Wilder Home and Museum (where the Little House books were written), historic mills and natural springs, caverns, or enjoy a river float trip.
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