Arbuckle Trail Riding off the Chickasaw 7
Beautiful scenery, horseback riding trails--a horseback riding vacation in the Arbuckle Mountain area! This is some of the best horseback riding in Oklahoma!
Arbuckle Trail Rides is conducting trail rides on various ranches in the Arbuckle Mountains some providing scenic mountain top views by reservation, 7 days a week, year 'round. The trail rides are 1 to 2 hours in length and offer great scenery and photo opportunities. Riders frequently see wildlife and gorgeous wild flowers and colored tree leaves in season. These guided rides leave from the campground above the Falls, taking riders to over-looks where they have a view of more than 30 miles. These are "REAL" trail rides. Riders need to be at least 6 years old, cannot ride "double" and need absolutely NO riding experience (but do need to weigh less than 250lbs). Group rates are available for large families, churches and school groups.
Arbuckle Trail Rides also takes recreational riders out for a half or full day rides on large private ranches in the area. These rides also offer scenery and photo opportunities. Riders, mounted on well trained registered Quarter Horses, ride on some of the biggest and most beautiful ranches in Southern Oklahoma. Most of these horses have actually done ranch work and are also for sale. Reservations are needed.
"Lesson rides" are also available to teach riders how to ride, handle and communicate with the horse they are riding. These lessons are conducted out on the trail where managing and handling the horse is much more meaningful. Reservations are needed.
Call or e-mail to schedule a ride. Each ranch ride is "set up" to suit the recreational goals and riding experience of each group of riders. For more information or to book a ride please call our cell phone at (580) 993-0097 or office at (580) 622-6326. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Chickasaw National Recreation Area has horseback trail riding at the Rock Creek Multiuse Trail. Total trail length is approximately 11 miles. Horses and bikes must stay on the designated marked trail.
. Year-round, Davis Oklahoma and Murray County is the place to be!