Things to Do

Rockin’ Z Ranch offers horseback and wagon rides and lots of room for hiking and exploring.

As our guest, you will enjoy over 777 acres where we can take you on a guided horseback ride or you can bring your own horse and hit the trail. You may also choose to take some time to fish in our ponds, hike our trails, explore the cave, or build your own campfire.

Dude Ranch in Arkansas

We are the only operation in Northwest Arkansas with ranch-raised horses for our guest’s riding pleasure. These horses are bred for corralling cattle, and therefore they are calmer and more obedient than your average horse. This makes for a more enjoyable experience for you.

Around The Ranch

Horseback Riding

Come on down for a trail ride and enjoy the beauty of the Ozark Mountains! Bring your own horse to board with us during your stay or book your own private trail ride.


Venture out to explore the
Cave on the Ranch!

More Information
about Caves.


We have plenty of fishing ponds on the property and three nearby area lakes.  If that isn’t enough, it is only a short drive to the Buffalo River or White River.


Relax and sing around the fire with your family or church group. (available seasonally, weather permitting)

Wagon Rides

wagon rides
(up to 20 people)


Explore our 777 acres of rolling Ozark mountains with breathtaking views & winding nature trails.

Also Nearby

Mountain Biking & Rock Climbing

Group Horseback Rides in Arkansas
Boy Scouts Caving

Nearby Attractions

Eureka Springs, Arkansas

Eureka Springs, a 50 minute drive away, offers a gorgeous historic Victorian downtown district. The town is a National Historic Preservation town, with over 900 buildings listed by the National Historic trust. Activities include fine dining, browsing local craftsmanship, and the famous Passion Play.

Visit EurekaSprings.Com for detailed information.

Branson, Missouri

Located just 45 minutes away, Branson is known for its country music and family entertainment. 

Branson Area Attractions:

Buffalo National River

Only 30 minutes away

Established in 1972, the majestic Buffalo National River flows freely for over 135 miles and is one of the few remaining un-dammed rivers in the lower 48 states. Prepare for a journey from running rapids to quiet pools while surrounded by massive bluffs as you cruise through the Ozark Mountains down to the White River.