- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Mountain bikers are welcome.
Horse back riding is not included in campsite fee. Please text me for separate pricing and scheduling. 417-840-8147
Natural features you'll find at Boss Mare Ranch and Horse Park in Missouri.
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Perfect secluded campsite!
Amazing camp site! We absolutely loved it. It was a great secluded spot and the starry sky was incredible! There was a river access point just down the road and a produce stand within a few miles from a local farmer. The horses on the property were gorgeous and friendly. Really loved our stay. Highly recommend!
Sandra made us feel super welcome, showed us to our site, and said we could go anywhere on her land!!!! The site had some trees for shade and a firepit. Her horses are super fun to pet and they also get to roam the acreage. She checked on us in the early evening. We are definitely coming back!!!!
Sandra was so friendly and welcoming! It was a pure delight getting to know her and her horses. 10 out of 10 would recommend for anyone interested in horses-there is plenty of opportunity to interact with them freely, whether in the barn or out at pasture. They like to graze in the field by our camp spot in the evenings, which was a special treat for our kids. Also being able to ride the horses out on the trails was fantastic, even for those of us who were newer to riding. Sandra made sure we were all safe and comfortable without babying us. A real gem of a camping experience!! Also really enjoyed the Niangua River experience just a few miles down the road-shallow enough for little kids and beautiful for the grown ups!
What a magnificent stay. The camp sites were beautiful, Sandra was very helpful and welcoming, and the horse ride was spectacular. I highly recommend this stay and will definitely be back.
This place is magical! Our family has camped here twice now and it feels like a home away from home. We hope to spend many family weekends here as our kids grow up! Sandra is so welcoming, so loving and willing to teach you as much as you want to learn! Being able to unplug on her land, which has such a peaceful energy and connect with the horses, is such a gift for all - young and old!
Beautiful get away
I had a blast! Was peaceful and extremly relaxing. I walked in woods,enjoyed a bonfire and listened to many birds. Even heard some coyotes in the night.
Price is cheap but the stay is not..i paid to ride one of her Beautiful horses, and it was so wonderful. Over an hour ride in her many cool trails. I'M a local and it's great to have a place to go thats not so far away. I will be coming back often!! Its great....
Repeat camper- love it here!
This was my 3rd time staying here. Sandy is great host. Her sites are beautiful and secluded from each other. Two of them are big enough for my small camper. There is no shower available and the water supply is in the barn, which is a few minutes’ walk away, so bring large water jugs to have at your campsite.
She leads the best trail rides through her property. If the night is bright, she will take you on a moonlit ride. She tries to match the horse to its rider, and these are not bored trail/work horses.
She has a small stocked pond if you like to fish. Otherwise, the Niangua River is a short drive away to cool off on a hot summer day. This time we drove 30 minutes to Fellow’s Lake to go kayaking. (They also have mountain bike and hiking trails there.)