From guided trail rides in a state park to riding the fences at a guest ranch, Oklahoma offers plenty of opportunities for you to experience horseback riding fun with your family. If you have your own horses, the state's equestrian campgrounds beckon you to explore our outdoor treasures.Learn More
Robbers Cave Stables
2297 NW 158th Rd
Saddle up for a Western adventure with horseback riding and more at Robbers Cave Stables. Take a one-hour guided tour on horseback and explore the trails in scenic Robbers Cave State Park near Wilburton, where the Sans Bois Mountains provide beautiful scenery and watchable wildlife opportunities abound. Or, check out Robbers Cave, famed hideout of outlaws like Jesse James and Belle Star, on a two-hour guided tour. Guests will ride to the cave on horseback, spend some time exploring and learning about the area, then ride back.
Kids can also enjoy a 15 minute u-lead pony ride. Perfect for family reunions or retreats, Robbers Cave Stables also offers cowboy cookouts around a campfire, complete with hot dogs, hamburgers, cowboy beans, chips, coffee, lemonade and iced tea.
For an extended trip, plan a group overnight horseback riding camping trip with Robbers Cave Stables. Take a three-hour ride along the Outlaw Trail and end up at the camping area near a beautiful waterfall. Overnight trips include dinner cooked over a fire, music around the campfire and breakfast the next morning. Advanced notification is required and groups must be four people or more.
It is best to call for a reservation.
Belle Starr Ride $30 per person (approx. 1 hour 15 minutes)
Lost Lake Ride: $40 per person (approx. 1.5 hours)
Cave Ride $50 per person (approx. 2 hours)
Cowboy Cook Out: $15 (must have at least five people & take the last ride of the evening; reservations required.)
Overnight Camping Trip: $150 per person (food included) While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.
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