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Branson Trail Rides


Horseback Rides

Our trail riding stables at Sycamore Creek are nestled on a magnificent 272-acre family ranch, located 6 miles from the Branson Landing. This location boasts some of the most beautiful scenic trails and countryside that Branson has to offer.

Riders are taken along approximately one-mile of fantastic lakefront you will enjoy views of the Boston Ferry Conservation area just across Lake Taneycomo. This area is home to majestic eagles, as well as a large variety of farm animals, coyotes, bobcats, wild turkeys, ducks, deer and too many species of birds to even list!

Prepare for a truly exhilarating trail ride surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty, fresh air and a countryside that you can almost hear whispering to you as the gentle breeze blows quietly across your face.

You will enjoy riding happy/well cared for horses that are chosen for their health, beauty, disposition, and friendliness. Our knowledgeable staff will pair you with just the right horse that matches your unique riding ability and style. Horseback riding is one of the many fun things to do in Branson, MO as a kid’s activity for you and your family.

Carriage Rides

Experience a real western carriage ride the whole family will love! This is a great way to relax and see the Ozark mountains just as settlers would have experienced it.


Eat your meals out in the open air just like cowboys of the Ozarks! Our cookouts are just the thing to keep you satisfied after an exhilarating trail ride through the timber and along the river in the valley of the Ozark mountains.

Hay Rides

Enjoy an old fashioned hay ride just like you used to experience
when you were a kid! This is a great family activity, but is equally fun for groups of any

Cowboy Breakfast

Join us for breakfast! Get up early, meet us for a sunrise trail ride and finish with a hearty meal by the lake – just like cowboys and cowgirls of the Ozark settlers used to do. This is a great way to start your day with a hint of adventure.

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Under Missouri law, an equine professional is not liable for an injury to or the death of a participant in equine activities resulting from the inherent risks of equine activities pursuant to the Revised Statutes of Missouri.