You are welcome to Saddle Valley Ranch, which is located at the base of the Sylamore Range District in the Ozark National Forest. The Saddle Valley Ranch is a horse and RV camp that offers modern amenities and is situated just minutes from the Leathe.
Saddle Valley Ranch is open all year round. It is their goal to provide you with the most memorable stay of your life anywhere with their state-of-the-art facilities. You can also visit the beautiful Ozark Mountains in the area. Leatherwood Wilderness was created in 1984 in Ozark National Forest's Sylamore Range District and contains 16,838 acres. All roads leading to us are paved with only 2.5 miles of gravel roads. We are 15 miles south of Mountain Home and 20 miles north of Mountain View, AR.
Taking advantage of The Saddle Valley Ranch allows you to access The Lower Buffalo Wilderness area, a 22,500-acre tract adjacent to the leatherwood area. This wilderness area contains caves, bluffs, waterfalls, and old cabin sites. Located just below Saddle Valley Ranch, the White River forms the north and east boundaries of the Sylamore Range and is well known for its trout and bluffs, which are some of the best in the Ozarks. As a result, Saddle Valley Ranch's unique location offers guests an opportunity to enjoy these great wilderness experiences by hiking and horseback riding only from its unique and close proximity to this beautiful region.
The lake and rivers are just minutes away, while shopping/town and the hospital are all a 30-minute drive away.
Saddle Valley Ranch has the following facilities and amenities:
They have sewer, water, and electricity with 50/30/20 amp service on all their sites. There are two full bathrooms in the bath house. The horse sites are fenced, have a large turnout area, and have stalls that are covered and can accommodate two horses each.
All visitors must check in at the office as campers must fill out paperwork first.
Coggins papers are required for all horses
For Pets - Saddle Valley Ranch LLC welcomes pets, although they must be leashed and under the physical control of their owner/handler at all times. This ensures everyone's safety. Do not leave your pet outside barking day and night. We all need to be considerate of one another. There is a limit of two dogs per site.
For Children - An adult must supervise children at all times. It is the responsibility of the parents to ensure the safety of their children and to prevent any injuries or damage that they may sustain or cause. Children who are unsupervised and who cause disruption for other guests may be asked to leave the park with their entire party.
HORSES have the right of way on roadways when driving.
Accommodations for Campers with Horses:
Accommodations for Campers without Horses:
Note: Guests are required to pay a down payment for two nights. There is a 100.00 deposit required for week-long stays.
If you want to discover and explore other campsites and horse trails, here are some of the horse trails and campsites nearby that you may visit:
MARK TWAIN NATIONAL FOREST - Leatherwood Shoals
SYLAMORE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA - Plumtree Trail
SYLAMORE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA - Elephants Head
LEATHERWOOD WILDERNESS - Brush Creek Hollow Loop Trail
Saddle Valley Ranch does require reservations for overnight accommodations. Please visit their page here on Top Horse Trails - Saddle Valley Ranch for more information.