Arbuckle Trail Rides

Arbuckle Trail Rides 4401 N US Hwy 177
Sulphur, OK 73086

Phone: 580-993-0097   580-622-6326
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Arbuckle Trail Rides in Sulphur offers one hour to full day trail rides year round for recreational riders in the Arbuckle Mountains area of south-central Oklahoma. Each ride is arranged to suit the recreational goals and riding experience of each group. From novice to expert, anyone looking for a fantastic trail ride experience will find it here. In addition to trail rides, Arbuckle Trail Rides also offers riding instruction by appointment for riders age six and older.

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  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): I-35

  • On-site Activities: Horseback Riding

  • Rentals: Horse Rental

  • Tour Information: Guided Tours

Trail rides are available almost every day, year round by reservation only.

From I-35, exit on U.S. Hwy 7. Turn east and continue through Davis into Sulphur. At the intersection of U.S. Hwy. 7 and 177, turn north and drive for 4 1/4 miles. Wolfe Ranch's entrance is the first right after Palmer Rd/E 1690 Rd.

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Cheri Wolfe

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From Staff on 10/09/12

Kathy, our 'Riders on the Trail' article has a section just for horse owners. You can find it by typing the title into the search bar above. Happy trails and thank you for using!

From Kathy Lackey on 10/08/12

We are looking for horse trails in Oklahoma to ride our own horse. Do you know of any?

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