Sequoyah Riding Stables
The Sequoyah Riding Stables are located near The Lodge at Sequoyah State Park, within the boundaries of fabulous Sequoyah State Park. These riding stables offer horseback riding and guided trail rides on over 300 acres of beautiful wilderness trails, giving guests the chance to view wildlife in their natural habitat. Bring the whole family and create memories that will last a lifetime. Make your way to the Sequoyah Riding Stables and transport yourself back to the Old West. Hayrides and cookouts for groups are also available. The cookout area includes water and ...
Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Concessions, Credit Cards Accepted, Lodging On Site, Picnic Area, Restaurant on site, Restrooms
Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking, Group Rates Available
On-site Activities: Horseback Riding
Rentals: Horse Rental
Tour Information: Guided Tours
Memorial Day-Labor Day: Tue-Sun 8am-5:30pm. NOTE: During the summer months, if the heat index reaches 98 degrees, the stables will have to shut down. Please call for an early reservation. Spring & Fall: Fri-Sat 10am-4pm, Sun 11:30am-2:30pm.
Hour guided ride: $25 per person.
Ask about the Special Pine Mesa ride: $45 per person.
Must be 6 years old or older to ride your own horse. If there are children under 6, they may ride double with an adult for $5 extra, as long as the total combined weight doesn't exceed 250 lbs.
U-lead horse/pony rides: $5 for 15 minutes. This is where you would lead your child around the corral.
Hayrides: $150 for up to 30 people; $5 per person after that.
While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.
From Tulsa, take the BA to the Muskogee Tpk. Take Exit 13 onto Hwy 51 E. Located 9 miles east of Wagoner and 15 miles west of Tahlequah on Hwy 51. Drive through the Sequoyah Resort Park entrance signs. The Stables are approx 2.5 miles inside the park, across from the golf course.
Mary Lynn Lufkin
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.
The Western experience in Oklahoma isn’t limited to grownups. Even little buckaroos will find plenty of ways to experience ranch life and living history without having to ride a 2,000-pound bull or rope a steer.