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Horseback Riding:

Horseback riding at Dogwood Canyon Nature Preserve allows you to explore the Ozarks through the eyes of early settlers, discovering areas of the park not seen by the tram or from walking and biking trails.Located right along Little Indian Creek, the new Little Indian Stables has 24 stalls and gives guests the chance to meet the horses before setting out on their horseback adventure. Experienced wranglers guide guests on a leisurely ride while exploring ridges, hollows, old logging roads and other scenic views. The new Little Indian Stables at Dogwood Canyon offers one or two hour-long trail rides. Reservations are required.


Carriage Rides: (Offered for Weddings Only)

Horse-drawn carriages, reminiscent of a bygone era, carry guests on a ride through the canyon. Pass by trout filled streams, cascading waterfalls, the Hope Wilderness Chapel and much more. It’s a romantic way to celebrate a wedding or anniversary! Rides are offered for these special occasions and advance reservations are required.

Please call 1.800.225.6343 for prices and offerings. 
Prices subject to change.

 

 

 

The first parcels of the property were acquired in 1990 by Johnny Morris, founder/CEO of Bass Pro Shops. The park is owned and managed by the Dogwood Canyon Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and protecting the canyon’s natural plant and wildlife environment. The Foundation promotes environmental conservation by maintaining the park and providing the public with an unspoiled setting for exploration and the enjoyment of various outdoor activities.

The purposes of the Dogwood Canyon Foundation are to promote natural conservation and preservation, and to preserve the natural environment and its wildlife and plant life by acquiring and maintaining ecologically significant, undeveloped land and preserving it for the benefit of the general public. To achieve its purpose, the Foundation owns, operates and maintains Dogwood Canyon Nature Preserve.