A to Z Guest Ranch
The A to Z Guest Ranch in Smithville stays true to the ranch's motto of "where the road ends and the adventure begins." The only distractions here are flowing creeks, lush pine forests and an abundance of wildlife. The ranch offers trails for hikers, ATV riders and horseback riders to roam. Guests who bring their own horses will be given a trail map for their trail riding adventures. Rental horses are available for guided trail rides. Each of the 15 RV sites includes electric and water hook-ups plus two sites have sewer hook-ups, and many have covered stalls or outside corrals. There is a covered pavilion and two on-site dump stations for camping guests. Chef prepared meals are also available for cabin and camping guests. The Servants Hands Massage Company LLC also can take care of your aches and pains after a day of trail riding, right here at our ranch.
Moose Lodge (family/group cabin) will sleep up to 16 people. Base rate is for up to 6 people with six horses in outside corrals. Additional charge will be applied for over 6 guests/horses. Base rate: Mon-Thu: $225.00 per night; Fri-Sun: $275.00 per night.
Additional guest charges: Children 3-12: $10 per child/per night; all other guests: $20 per guest/per night. Additional horses: $5 per night for outside corral or $10 per night for covered stall.
Longhorn or Mountain Country Cottage is for adult couples only. Weekday rate: $125.00 per night; Weekends: $175.00 per night.
Coachman Camper: Rates based on two guests. Weekday: $75.00/per night; Weekends: $100/per night (can accommodate up to three; sofa sleeper makes a twin size bed).
RV sites: $30-$50 per night depending on amenities.
Guided mountain horseback trail riding: 1/hr $40 per person; 2/hr $60 per person; 3/hr $90 per person and the 4/hr with lunch is $110 per person. Horseback riding is not available to children under the age of six and those who are over 300 lbs. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.
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