Horse Camping, spend the day riding and exploring!
Spend the day Riding & Exploring
The property has trails that traverse through forests, valleys and pastures with great vistas. Horse Creek Adventures has several miles of trails. Horse Creek is nestled in a valley of the Loess Hills in Southwest Iowa.
Plan to spend several days so you can expand your riding to Waubonsie State Park Equestrian trails or the Wabash Trace Trail. To accommodate our guests who do not want to move their trailer after they arrive, we have added to our services, trailering your horses to Waubonsie or other close by riding areas.
Day Use: Riders with horses are welcome to spend a day at Horse Creek. Reservations are necessary because we allow only a limited number of riders. As a guest, you will have exclusive use of the picnic area and any of the amenities.
Day rates: Sun up to sunset- are a flat $15 rate per person for up to 10 people. Ask us about group rates for larger parties. For non- horse owners, guided rides for up to two hours are available with prior reservations.
Reservations: To reserve for “day use or guided rides”
We prefer to be contracted by phone directly 712-314-0648.
Stay at Horse Creek
Available for overnight stays
Horse Creek welcomes travelers with their horses for overnight stops. Horse accommodations are open air round-pens and stalls.
Camping Spots with Hook-Ups
Horse Creek Adventures has electrical hook-ups (110, 30 & 50 Amp) for campers. Each spot has easy access and can accommodate up to an 80-foot rig. The campsites are near the round pens and stalls. Nightly rates begin at $25.00 for camper and $15 per horse.
Country Diamond Inn is our seven bedroom country home on the ranch. Book a room for you and use our amenities for your horse.
Off the Grid Cabins
Enjoy one of our off the grid cabins and stables, and leave your horse in the corral beside you.
Smell the coffee? Jack and Reno ride the property every day. They are available to answer questions, “shoot the breeze” and/or give you tips on enjoying the area.…extra coffee and a carrot are always welcome.