Wilderness Rider

Set along the breathtaking Boxley Valley in northern Arkansas, the Wilderness Rider Buffalo Ranch and Adventure Park offers more than 2500 acres to ride, camp, climb, and hike. The nearby Buffalo National River offers additional opportunities to canoe, paddle, or hike the BRT (Buffalo River Trail).

Buffalo herd at Wilderness Rider Buffalo Ranch and Adventure Park


Getting to WIlderness Rider

The Wilderness Rider property is located 10 miles southeast of Kingston, Arkansas.  Travel time is 3 hours from Tulsa, OK, 2 hours from Springfield, Mo, or 3 hours from Little Rock, AR.

Do and See

Whether your passion is trials, enduro, two-track exploration, camping, or simply watching the buffalo graze, you can find it all here.

Donny Stuart overlooking Wilderness Rider Buffalo Ranch and Adventure Park

For more than 30 years Donny Stuart has meticulously combined tracts of land to create this rider’s paradise. For more information, online purchase of day-passes, and additional photos please visit the Wilderness Rider homepage.

Looking for a dual sport route through the Buffalo National River region?  Check out the Arkansas Bootlegger.

Multiple two-track and gravel roads navigate the WRBR