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Laquey, MO

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This is a cozy little campground with the most accommodating owners around. They are trail riders, so they know what a camper needs and wants in a campground. The campground has lots of trees and shade, gravel sites, 2 horse pens at each site, water and electricity. They have a small, but nice restroom with a shower. This is not a big campground, which makes it very relaxing. This campground is fairly new, so everything is nice. They have a great little shop with unique horsey items. The trails are very wooded with rolling hills. They are easy enough for a beginner, but have the beauty that any level rider will enjoy. A big portion of the trails are single track trails. They are pretty well marked, but a GPS phone app sure helps in some places. The owners are always willing to ride with you to show you around. They also have horses to rent. Getting to this camp is easy. No bad hills to pull, although you are a good ways from a store or gas station, so don't go there on empty. This is a little jewel of a campground that you will enjoy!
Reviewed by: paintedskyhorses on 10/16/2018 1:12:24 PM
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Experience: Expert Ride Date: 6/1/2018 Hometown: raymondville, Mo

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Had a great time AGAIN kids had a blast and the scavenger hunt was enjoyed by all, this is a great place to go sites are clean, new shower house, trails are all in great shape.
Reviewed by: Terry Reynolds on 10/31/2017 8:55:46 PM
Experience: Expert Ride Date: 10/29/2017 Hometown: Stover, MO

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First time at Cedar Ridge Trails, a new horse camp bordering Mark Twain National Forest. Trails are well marked and color-coded, additional trails are available across the Gasconade River. Lana rode with us one day and shared some of the history of the area. Lana and David are wonderful hosts, very caring and genuinely nice people. Lana told us she is laying out additional trails and they plan to put in a shower house in 2017. The trails are relatively easy but pretty with some small water falls and many pines. The Osage Indian burial site is very interesting and located on a scenic bluff trail above the river. We had heard good things about the camp and were not disappointed.
Reviewed by: Morning Mist Acres on 9/30/2016 10:13:35 AM
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Experience: Expert Ride Date: 9/28/2016 Hometown: Central City, IA