There are many ways to explore the sprawling, densely-forested wilderness surrounding Beavers Bend State Park, including a canoe trip, an ATV ride, or a fly fishing expedition. However, there’s nothing quite like galloping through McCurtain County atop a majestic steed who instinctively knows these woodlands like that back of their hoof. Horseback riding in Broken Bow remains a popular mid-day pursuit for families and couples alike, as it’s equally exciting yet undeniably romantic. Stride through the countryside like it’s 1907 during your long-awaited getaway via Blue Beaver Luxury Cabins.

Horseback Riding in Broken Bow: 2 Local Stables

Photo of a Group Horseback Riding in Broken Bow's Backcountry.Admittedly, Riverman Trail Rides has a monopoly on Broken Bow’s horseback riding scene. While they offer a bevy of services, including fishing, wagon rides, and engagement photography, there’s no denying the allure of a three-hour Riverman ride alongside the meandering Glover River amid some of the most peaceful preserved lands in the state. Couples can book a “Sweetheart Ride,” which costs a mere $325 and includes a bluff-side ride, private campfire, and wine and cheese sampling. Meanwhile, the “Sunset Ride” is a unique way to say “goodbye” to a glorious day in McCurtain County. Horseback riding in Broken Bow has never been more romantic!

Beavers Bend Depot & Trail Rides is a worthy secondary option, especially for those with kids. The Depot’s 45-minute, kid-friendly trail ride covers approximately 2.5 miles. Children as young as five years old can ride their own pony. It’s a wonderful introduction to the sport—one that can be combined with a cotton candy scramble, a carousel ride, and an authentic train ride through a wilderness preserve.

Other Stables and Alternative Adventures

If you’re hoping to branch out a bit, particularly north of Broken Bow Lake, we also recommend the guiding services at A to Z Guest Ranch and Glover River Trail Rides. Glover River is the least expensive option in the region, while A to Z offers the lengthiest excursions within an hour of Hochatown. An hour or two of horseback riding in Broken Bow goes hand in hand with several other complementary adventures, such as a kayak trip down the Lower Mountain Fork River, a hike through Beavers Bend State Park, or a boat ride in Broken Bow Lake. Polish off each marvelous day of adventure with some fine wine and gourmet eats before retiring to your lavish Broken Bow cabin.

The Finest Broken Bow Cabin Rentals: Welcome to Blue Beaver

Photo of a Blue Beaver Luxury Cabin, Just Minutes from the Best Horseback Riding in Broken Bow.Blue Beaver is proud to present one of the largest collections of Broken Bow luxury cabins, ranging from the opulent Everything’s Pine to a real-life Hochatown Heaven and the group-friendly Sticks & Stones. On-site luxuries include floor-to-ceiling fireplaces, dazzling chandeliers, chef’s kitchens, private acreage, outdoor hot tubs, spacious fire pits, and satellite television. We couldn’t think of a better place to celebrate a well-deserved vacation with your family than inside one of these modern marvels.

To book one of our Hochatown cabins, please click the Book Now button (or call us directly at 580-494-3400). Don’t forget that we have an on-site concierge who can help set up everything from a private chef to horseback riding in Broken Bow’s breathtaking backcountry.