The hills and forests of the Ozark National Scenic Riverways area abound in trail riding opportunities. All dirt roads and marked horse trails are open to riding. The National Park Service has marked and color coded some 23 miles of horse trails, but a good topographical map will help. Most of these are in the Two Rivers area.
A few common sense rules will help you have a safe and enjoyable experience. These guidelines are also to help keep the area beautiful for you and for generations of riders to come.
Horse trails in the Ozark National Scenic Riverways are patrolled by a Volunteer Horse Patrol. Volunteers donate their time to provide park information, guidance, first aid and to be the "eyes and ears" of law enforcement on the trails.