2021 Ride Locations
June 11-13 • Pinecrest Campground & Cabins • Salem, MO
Pinecrest is a beautiful, shady family owned and operated campground in Salem, MO. It offers camping, trails for horseback riders, the Current River, near Montauk State Park, fishing, hiking, floating, kayaking, canoeing, you name it. www.pinecrestcampground.com. Call 540-829-9555 to sign up today!
June 18-20 • Eagle Ranch Resort • Collins, MO
Eagle Ranch is the perfect place to get away and relax, situated in the northern Ozarks of Missouri. We are a privately owned trail riding facility and campground where nature's wonders surround you, with wooded and hilly trails with abundant wildlife and babbling streams provide numerous scenic miles for exploring on foot or horseback. Campsites with hook ups, cabin rentals, heated shower house, stalls and more. Call 540-829-9555 to sign up today! www.eagle-ranch.com.
July 16-18 • North Fork River Ranch • West Plains, MO
North Fork River Ranch has approximately 800 acres of riding on ranch land with access to the Mark Twain National forest. Nice campsites, rental rooms and cabins and lots of stalls. Previously known as The Flying R Ranch, the property is now under new ownership and management. www.nfrranch.com.
Aug 6-8 • Big Sky Round UP at the Diamond P Ranch, MT
Come to the Diamond P Ranch In Montana's Yellowstone country for a weekend of Western activities and entertainment. Best of America by Horseback television show's, Del Shields will be at the ranch producing a television episode on this weekend to air on RFD-TV. Contact the Diamond P Ranch to sign up for this event. Call 307-880-6649 or log onto the webiste: www.thediamondpranch.com.
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Sept 18-19 • Daniel Boone Days at Andora Farm • Culpeper, VA
Daniel Boone lived 1 mile from Andora Farm and worked tobacco on this farm. Each year we celebrate him with a weekend of colonial venders, hay rides, and other activities open to the public. Guests are welcome to bring their horses and ride on their own around the farm during this fun weekend. Call 540-829-9555 to sign up today!
Sept 24-26 • Elkins Creek Horse Camp •
Located adjacent to Wayne National Forest, near Lake Vesuvius and Dean State forest. There is acess to approximately 100 miles of trails directly across from camp! We offer an equestrian campground with 70 electric sites, primitive sites, 106 stalls, tack shop, restrooms/showers, shelter house, , private bunk rooms, cabin, wagon and canoe rental. www.elkinsgreekhorsecamp.com Call 540-829-9555 to sign up today!
Oct 1-3 • Kanopolis State Park • Marquette, KS
The first state park in Kansas, Kanopolis State Park is situated in the rolling hills, bluffs and woods of the scenic Smoky Hills region of the state. From the towering Dakota sandstone bluffs to the caves and crevices of Horsethief Canyon, the park and surrounding area offer rugged beauty and stunning vistas. The park offers more than 30 miles of trails open to hikers, mountain bikers, and horseback riders, 15 of which are on the Smoky Hill Wildlife Area. Call 540-829-9555 to sign up today!
Oct 8-10 • Hughes Ranch Ride • Bartlesville, OK
This historic 13,000 acre scenic Ranch in Osage County Ok. has been owned and operated by the same family for four generations. There is much history surrounding this ranch. BOABH is hosting a ride weekend at the ranch, which is only Minutes away from Pawhuska Ok, with Ree Drummond (The Pioneer Woman) Stores and shops. There will be guided rides on Friday afternoon and Saturday morning. Ride fee includes camping, riding, Saturday evening meal and entertainment.
Fee: $175 per person.
There are no hook-ups or stalls for this event. All camping will be primitive and you must bring your own horse containment, panels or tie out to your trailer, etc.
Bartlesville is home of the historic Phillips Oil Company.
• Trails Etc. • Midway, AL
Trails Etc is family owned and operated and we are here for you to enjoy riding on our trails. No matter how long you want to ride, we have miles & miles of trails offering dense wooded paths, wide spaces and plenty of water crossings – all sandy enough for barefoot horses. Primitive campsites and corral pens available. www.trails-etc.com.
For more information or to make a ride reservation, please call