Horseback Riding

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When was the last time you rode a horse? Well, that’s too long. Be sure to inquire with the individual stable owners regarding the trail conditions. We doubt you will go through anything like the time when granddad had us round up some strays from the creek bottom the day we forgot to bring chaps (mesquite is still a four letter word to us), but you probably will want to get a good idea about the terrain to be covered and the general level of riding experience necessary to complete the journey.


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Elm Creek Stables

The stables are located near Concan and are available for rides in the fabulous Frio River area. Contact owners for more specific information about riding options. There are lots of water related activities up this way if you want to cool down after spending time with the horses. You could contact Josh’s if you need […]

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Flying L Guest Ranch

This ranch has been in operation since 1946. In addition to riding, they offer nightly western entertainment, campfires, hay wagon rides, and fishing in the San Julian Creek. The Bandera Roadside Parks are close by if you want to jump in the water and cool down a bit or if you want to take a […]

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Flying M Ranch

This working ranch offers riding lessons for children and adults outside of Burnet and they will train both you and your horse if that suits your needs. They also offer trail rides at various times of the year. From Burnet, take State Hwy 29 and then 2 miles east of Bertram turn left onto CR […]

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Grelle Recreation Area

Swimming, hiking, primitive camping (bring water and lanterns), fishing, horseback riding and mountain biking are all available at this 400-acre LCRA park located near Spicewood on Lake Travis. There is a grassy beach on part of the park that has nice access to the water (when there is water) and the trail is a relatively […]

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Guadalupe River State Park

This 1,938-acre park is perhaps best known for the four-mile stretch of the Guadalupe River that runs through it. Four words describe this part of the river  Bee-U-Tee-Full. This park can become very crowded on weekends during the summer so try to arrive early or on weekdays. That should be no surprise because the park […]

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Hill Country Equestrian Lodge

You could come out to the lodge to ride your horse or rent one for a couple of hours at this 6,000 acre ranch. Wildlife viewing and hiking also are available here. Mountain bikers are also welcome. Head west on State Road 1077 about 10 miles out of Bandera and turn north/right on Hay Hollar […]

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Hill Country State Natural Area

This location is best known for over 40 miles of multi-use trails so there should be plenty of opportunity to go hiking and mountain biking. If you do plan on taking the bike out for a spin you should know that there could be lots of climbing ahead of you so be sure to talk […]

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K Bar M Equestrian Center

This facility is available for riding lessons, and it bills itself as a learning place for people and horses. They can also provide you with food and overnight accommodations if you want to stay for the weekend. From Boerne, head west on IH 10 and take the Welfare exit. Follow the Welfare-Waring Rd to Waring. […]

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Muleshoe Bend Recreation Area

You could go for a hike or mountain bike ride on over 6 miles of trails and then take a cool dip in Lake Travis at this 900 acre LCRA park. Significant portions of the bike trail are shaded and the course is in the medium range of the difficulty scale, but there can be […]

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Oxford Ranch Camp

Located approximately ten miles south of Llano off of State Hwy 16 this working cattle ranch offers tent camping under oak trees and and they also have hiking, mountain biking and trail rides available.   This camp is close to one of the starting points for the back roads to Click scenic route if you […]

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