The Breathtaking Place In Oklahoma Where You Can Watch Wild Horses Roam
There’s something spectacular about watching wild horses roam free, and we found a breathtaking place where you can do just that. Mowdy Ranch is located in the hills of southeastern Oklahoma and is the only eco-tourism Wild Mustang Ranch in the state. It sits on more than 4,000 acres of wooded hills and open valleys and is home to more than 153 wild horses. Take a look!
Mowdy Ranch is located at 6242 State Highway 31 in Coalgate. It is now the the Bureau of Land Management's second wild horse eco-sanctuary in the country.
Of the 4,000 acres, more than 1,280 acres of the ranch is dedicated as a wild horse sanctuary and is home to the 153 wild horses.
The ranch is family-owned and has been in the family for five generations.
Visitors to the ranch can take a guided tour for $20 per person in an open air UTV.
Tours usually last about an hour, or longer if you would like to stick around and enjoy these majestic animals.
Feel free to bring along your camera and photograph the horses. The breathtaking scenery combined with these gorgeous horses makes for incredible photographs.
There's beautiful trails to enjoy where you can hear the stampede of the horses before you even see them.
And when you do, there's no describing the feeling... it's pure wonderment.
The ranch hosts different events throughout the year — The Mustang Run and Horse Camp — both of which help raise money to care for these horses.
You can also stay overnight at the ranch in their comfortable and cozy lodge. You can rent the whole place or just a suite or bunk room. Reservations are required.
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