Top Horse Camping near Stockton Lake

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Best Equestrian Sites Near Stockton Lake, MO (9)

    Camper-submitted photo from COE Stockton Lake Hawker Point
    Camper-submitted photo from COE Stockton Lake Hawker Point
    Camper-submitted photo from COE Stockton Lake Hawker Point

    1.

    COE Stockton Lake Hawker Point

    6 Reviews
    3 Photos
    20 Saves
    Stockton, Missouri

    Overview

    Hawker Point Campground is a shady campground located on Stockton Lake in the scenic Ozark Mountains of southwestern Missouri. The lake and surrounding landscape offer countless recreational opportunities along its nearly 300 miles of shoreline, providing visitors with many ways to explore one of the most sought-after natural areas in the state.

    Recreation

    Boating is always a popular pastime at the lake. Sail boating is especially popular and the lake hosts several races each year. The facility provides a boat ramp for easy access to the water. The waters of Stockton Lake are home to several species of fish including small and largemouth bass, crappie, white bass, walleye, catfish and sunfish, making it an ideal area for anglers. Several trails wind around the lake shore and through the landscape. The Stockton Lake Equestrian Trail continues approximately 15 miles between Hawker Point and Orleans Trail Campgrounds.

    Facilities

    Boating is always a popular pastime at the lake. Sail boating is especially popular and the lake hosts several races each year. The facility provides a boat ramp for easy access to the water. The waters of Stockton Lake are home to several species of fish including small and largemouth bass, crappie, white bass, walleye, catfish and sunfish, making it an ideal area for anglers. Several trails wind around the lake shore and through the landscape. The Stockton Lake Equestrian Trail continues approximately 15 miles between Hawker Point and Orleans Trail Campgrounds.

    Natural Features

    The land surrounding the lake contains hundreds of acres of native prairie grasses, rolling hills and thick forests that turn crimson in autumn. An abundance of wildlife lives both in and around the water, including wild turkey, great blue heron, deer and bald eagles. Visitors can learn about the lake's bald eagles by attending an annual eagle-watching event during the winter.

    Nearby Attractions

    There are three full-service marinas located around the lake, which offer a wide range of services and supplies, including boat rentals, fuel, fishing tackle and restaurants.

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups
    • Phone Service
    • RVs
    • Tents

    $18 / night

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      2.

      Orleans Trail

      2 Reviews
      7 Saves
      Stockton, Missouri

      Overview

      Orleans Trail Campground is a shady campground located on Stockton Lake in the scenic Ozark Mountains of southwestern Missouri. The lake and surrounding landscape offer countless recreational opportunities along its nearly 300 miles of shoreline, providing visitors with many ways to explore one of the most sought-after natural areas in the state.

      Recreation

      Boating is always a popular pastime at the lake. Sail boating is especially popular and the lake hosts several races each year. The facility provides a boat ramp for easy access to the water. The waters of Stockton Lake are home to several species of fish including small and largemouth bass, crappie, white bass, walleye, catfish and sunfish, making it an ideal area for anglers. Several trails wind around the lake shore and through the landscape. The Stockton Lake Equestrian Trail continues approximately 15 miles between Hawker Point and Orleans Trail Campgrounds.

      Facilities

      Boating is always a popular pastime at the lake. Sail boating is especially popular and the lake hosts several races each year. The facility provides a boat ramp for easy access to the water. The waters of Stockton Lake are home to several species of fish including small and largemouth bass, crappie, white bass, walleye, catfish and sunfish, making it an ideal area for anglers. Several trails wind around the lake shore and through the landscape. The Stockton Lake Equestrian Trail continues approximately 15 miles between Hawker Point and Orleans Trail Campgrounds.

      Natural Features

      The land surrounding the lake contains hundreds of acres of native prairie grasses, rolling hills and thick forests that turn crimson in autumn. An abundance of wildlife lives both in and around the water, including wild turkey, great blue heron, deer and bald eagles. Visitors can learn about the lake's bald eagles by attending an annual eagle-watching event during the winter.

      Nearby Attractions

      The Orleans Trail Marina is located nearby with camping and full marina services available.

      • Pets
      • Fires
      • Electric Hookups
      • Phone Service
      • RVs
      • Tents

      $160 / night

    • 3.

      B Berry Farms & Co.

      18 Reviews
      155 Photos
      76 Saves
      Marshfield, Missouri

      Would you like to try something different than your everyday routine? Well, then come on out to a little place we have out in the country to unplug, unwind, or just enjoy a life that's all around you. Our little spot is called B Berry Farms and Co. We are a 40-acre family Berry farm and 24-hour Campground with several RV Spots and 4 RV spots with 20 amp or 30 amp electricity your choice. And we are right in the heart of the Missouri Ozarks with over 4,000 you-pick Berry bushes (and produce in 24' )covering, 7 acres we have something for almost everyone. If you want cleaner health products in your life then we can help you with that as well, We are also a natural skin care product manufacturer. Either Bonding by the wood-fired stove in our bunkhouse or cuddling up in the chairs outside enjoying hot cocoa as it snows. Looking off into the distance and seeing the sun setting with bursting colors as you're looking over the rows and rows of berries. Experience a darker night sky than most are used to. Or walk the many acres of colored coated diverse trails, enjoy 2 horseshoe pitching areas, Play pool, Play darts, pick delicious berries, Throw Axes at a log target, swing on several adult swings around the property, Conquer the Adult Suspension Bridge in the woods, climb a 12-foot high wall, enjoy our 10' bouncing net hanging from the ceiling, play in the many sandboxes, sweat out a game with a 35' professional Volleyball net (ball provided)and badminton(we have rackets and birdies), play in the water cube as it sprays in all directions or our new WATERPARK play area ( 95' Kids Zipline, 9'x9' colored swing net, 2 swings, 14' fireman's pole, Kids Suspension Bridge, monkey bars, rock climbing walls) and so many more things to do. 1 Gas heated hot( 85 to 100 degrees) Shower area, 2 solar-heated shower houses ( seasonal frost to frost), 2 restrooms, hand washing station, and hand laundry tube. We sell farm fresh eggs, and baked goods(homemade breads, cinnamon rolls, cookies, muffins, and many fresh seasonal vegetables as well picked to order.

      • Pets
      • Fires
      • Electric Hookups
      • Phone Service
      • Reservable
      • ADA Access

      $7 - $48 / night

      Camper-submitted photo from Montrose Missouri Conservation Area Dispersed Camping
      Camper-submitted photo from Montrose Missouri Conservation Area Dispersed Camping
      Camper-submitted photo from Montrose Missouri Conservation Area Dispersed Camping
      Camper-submitted photo from Montrose Missouri Conservation Area Dispersed Camping
      Camper-submitted photo from Montrose Missouri Conservation Area Dispersed Camping
      Camper-submitted photo from Montrose Missouri Conservation Area Dispersed Camping
      Camper-submitted photo from Riverfront Campground and Canoe
      Camper-submitted photo from Riverfront Campground and Canoe
      Camper-submitted photo from Riverfront Campground and Canoe
      Camper-submitted photo from Riverfront Campground and Canoe
      Camper-submitted photo from Riverfront Campground and Canoe
      Camper-submitted photo from Riverfront Campground and Canoe

      5.

      Riverfront Campground and Canoe

      8 Reviews
      36 Photos
      35 Saves
      Windyville, Missouri
      • Pets
      • Fires
      • Electric Hookups
      • Phone Service
      • Reservable
      • RVs

      $250 / night

      Camper-submitted photo from Berry Bend
      Camper-submitted photo from Berry Bend
      Camper-submitted photo from Berry Bend
      Camper-submitted photo from Berry Bend
      Camper-submitted photo from Berry Bend
      Camper-submitted photo from Berry Bend

      6.

      Berry Bend

      4 Reviews
      24 Photos
      35 Saves
      Warsaw, Missouri

      Overview

      Berry Bend Campground sits on the shores of Harry S. Truman Lake in the hills of western Missouri. Visitors enjoy fishing, hunting, and boating.Click here for the Harry S. Truman Lake virtual tour.

      Recreation

      Berry Bend Area is an excellent fishing location. Truman Lake is also a popular destination for tournament fishermen.Several miles of trails are available for hikers and horses within Berry Bend. The Park Trail is a 2.5 mile trail that is a great hike for beginners and those wanting to explore the area. The West Trail is approximately 10 miles and traverses many steep ridges and valleys, while the East Trail is approximately 16 miles and is somewhat more level and overlooks the lake in several areas. Both the West and the East trails have cut through trails for riders that dont wish to go the entire route.__

      Facilities

      Berry Bend Area is an excellent fishing location. Truman Lake is also a popular destination for tournament fishermen.Several miles of trails are available for hikers and horses within Berry Bend. The Park Trail is a 2.5 mile trail that is a great hike for beginners and those wanting to explore the area. The West Trail is approximately 10 miles and traverses many steep ridges and valleys, while the East Trail is approximately 16 miles and is somewhat more level and overlooks the lake in several areas. Both the West and the East trails have cut through trails for riders that dont wish to go the entire route.__

      Natural Features

      Harry S Truman Reservoir lies among the rolling hills and rocky bluffs of the Ozark Plateau. Mature hardwoods of Oak and Hickory with cedar trees mixed in cover the area.__ Wildlife such as whitetail deer, turkey, hawks, ospreys, eagles, and many different water birds can be found in and around the park.__ An abundance of fish such as crappie, bass, walleye, paddlefish, blue and channel catfish can also be found in Harry S Truman Reservoir. Approximately 8,800 acres of standing timber were left in the lake to provide quality aquatic habitat.__

      Nearby Attractions

      The 950 miles of shoreline around Truman Lake provide plentiful opportunities for fun in the outdoors. Many parks surround the lake, including Harry S. Truman State Park. The Harry S. Truman Visitor Center sits atop Kaysinger Bluff and provides a spectacular view of the dam and reservoir. Exhibits provide information about the rich history of the Osage River Valley from pre-civilization to modern day. Waterfowl, bald eagles and turkey vultures are commonly seen from the observation deck.

      • Pets
      • Fires
      • Electric Hookups
      • Phone Service
      • RVs
      • Tents

      $40 / night

      Camper-submitted photo from Long Shoal
      Camper-submitted photo from Long Shoal
      Camper-submitted photo from Long Shoal

      7.

      Long Shoal

      3 Reviews
      3 Photos
      9 Saves
      Harry S. Truman Lake, Missouri
      • Pets
      • Fires
      • Electric Hookups
      • Phone Service
      • Reservable
      • ADA Access
      Camper-submitted photo from Berry Bend - Harry S. Truman Lake
      Camper-submitted photo from Berry Bend - Harry S. Truman Lake
      Camper-submitted photo from Berry Bend - Harry S. Truman Lake
      Camper-submitted photo from Berry Bend - Harry S. Truman Lake
      Camper-submitted photo from Berry Bend - Harry S. Truman Lake
      Camper-submitted photo from Berry Bend - Harry S. Truman Lake

      8.

      Berry Bend - Harry S. Truman Lake

      2 Reviews
      11 Photos
      10 Saves
      Warsaw, Missouri

      Overview

      Shawnee Bend Park sits on the shores of Harry S. Truman Lake in the hills of western Missouri. Visitors enjoy fishing, hunting, swimming and boating. Click here for the Harry S. Truman Lake virtual tour.

      Recreation

      Shawnee Bend is an excellent fishing location. Truman Lake is also a popular destination for tournament fishermen.A playground and sandy beach make the area perfect for families.

      Facilities

      This year-round day-use area offers a large group picnic shelter. Amenities include flush and pit toilets and drinking water.

      Natural Features

      Harry S Truman Reservoir lies among the rolling hills and rocky bluffs of the Ozark Plateau. Mature hardwoods of Oak and Hickory with cedar trees mixed in cover the area.__ Wildlife such as whitetail deer, turkey, hawks, ospreys, eagles, and many different water birds can be found in and around the park.__ An abundance of fish such as crappie, bass, walleye, paddlefish, blue and channel catfish can also be found in Harry S Truman Reservoir. Approximately 8,800 acres of standing timber were left in the lake to provide quality aquatic habitat.__

      Nearby Attractions

      The 950 miles of shoreline around Truman Lake provide plentiful opportunities for fun in the outdoors. Many parks surround the lake, including Harry S. Truman State Park. The Harry S. Truman Visitor Center sits atop Kaysinger Bluff and provides a spectacular view of the dam and reservoir. Exhibits provide information about the rich history of the Osage River Valley from pre-civilization to modern day. Waterfowl, bald eagles and turkey vultures are commonly seen from the observation deck.

      • Pets
      • Phone Service
      • RVs
      • Tents
      • Group
      • Equestrian

      $30 / night

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        9.

        Lead Mine Conservationa Area

        1 Review
        34 Saves
        Tunas, Missouri

        There are five primitive camping areas. One is for groups by special use permit only and one is only open October 1 through January 15. The main campground has 51 sites with 26 of them able to accommodate trailers. Camping is all on a first come first served basis.

        Lead Mine Conservation Area is in northeastern Dallas County, 40 miles south of Lake of the Ozarks, 12 miles north of Bennett Springs, five miles east of Tunas, and 21 miles northeast of Buffalo.

        The area provides about two miles of Niangua River frontage and has a 3.5-mile stretch of Jakes Creek running through it. The area also has several wildlife watering ponds and seven springs and is composed mainly of forest land.

        The Conservation Department purchased the original 600 acres for the Lead Mine Conservation Area in 1965 through a University of Missouri land grant. Additional land was acquired with Pittman-Robertson and Dingell-Johnson funding, and the state conservation sales tax, increasing the area to 7,761 acres. During early settlement in the late 1800s and early 1900s, some lead mining did take place near the area. However, evidence of this is hard to find.

        Many people made their living and raised their families on small farms that now make up Lead Mine Conservation Area. The town of Lead Mine, just one-quarter mile west, is a small community known for its country atmosphere, hand-made goods and horse drawn buggies.

        Lead Mine Conservation Area contains many excellent examples of dolomite glade communities, oak-hickory uplands, and clear running springs. Deer, turkey, raccoon, squirrel, rabbit, coyote, and many other small animals and birds are commonly seen from the gravel roads and forest trails.

        Wildlife habitat management includes the creation of watering ponds and manipulation of fields within the forest to provide added food sources. Timber harvesting is also an important element in habitat management. It produces forage and cover for forest wildlife.

        There are five primitive camping areas. One is for groups by special use permit only and one is only open October 1 through January 15. The main campground has 51 sites with 26 of them able to accommodate trailers. Camping is all on a first come first served basis.

        This area has an unmanned shooting range. The Range is Closed on Monday's for Maintenance.

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        • Fires
        • Electric Hookups
        • ADA Access
        • RVs
        • Tents

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