by April Herrin Let's start out with the important items of the day. The homemade desserts by Kathy!!! Pizzelles and Chocolate chip banana nut muffins. Boy, they were delicious. Thank you Kathy. Nine of us met at Hasty parking lot with the intentions of d... read more

By April Herrin Tuesday was our first official Centennial Ride trail clean up. Bright and early 11 members and their horses met at Pruitt and charged through the dense brush looking for the trail. We did split up into smaller groups as to be a more effici... read more

In spite of the heat, the intrepid kids and grandkids of the Buffalo River Back Country Horsemen had their third annual weekend of learning and practicing Leave No Trace skills, invasive plant identification, proper trail work and tool usage, and Dutch ov... read more

Let's join the Buffalo National River and the Ozarks Highlands Trail Association in celebrating National Trails Day. This all day event begins at 10am at Tyler Bend on June 4th with a kick off of the Buffalo National River's Adopt a Trail Program and conc... read more

If you ever wonder why our trail work is so important, read on. As you can see from the following National Park Service release, our national parks have quite a maintenance backlog, and they are not alone. The National Forest Service has reported that few... read more

What’s your place on the Buffalo? That’s a question a fellow Buffalo River Back Country Horsemen asked on a recent river ride, and no one present had to ask what he meant or struggle for an answer. As folks who regularly ride the Buffalo we’re lucky... read more