Welcome to the French Broad Outpost Ranch
We want you to imagine the perfect Dude Ranch Vacation, with your family or friends. A ranch vacation where you get to do things together like a family. Horseback ride through some of the most gorgeous country you’ll ever see, raft down a river and take in the beauty like you can’t do while you drive a car, relax on the porch and catch a nap that you never seem to get at home, sit down to eat fabulous home cooked food that you used to get at Grandma’s house, square dancing like they used to do in the old days with the biggest smile on your face since you were a kid, or chase and drive cattle around pretending to be an ole’ cowboy that you’ve always wanted to be in your heart………
Well……this is the kind of Dude Ranch where those dreams and more come true!
You’ll forget the cell phone was ever invented and your kids wont be texting you, they will be talking to you!
AND, we actually take the time to teach you how to groom, saddle and take care of your assigned horse so that you get hands on experience which is not too common for Dude Ranches.
We also teach you how to ride in Balance successfully in the corral before you go out on the first ride. If you want to help feed you can do that too!
There is nothing better than enjoying time with your family and friends around horses. Horses are one of our best companions and you’ll realize that after you get around them.
SO don’t worry if you’re a beginner we have a great program that helps folks learn about horses and balanced riding by actually interacting with the horse instead of just riding them!
We want you to have these opportunities for you and your family or your group, and that’s why we’re here at our 346 acre Dude Ranch waiting for you.
We are in the Foothills of the Smoky Mountains, east of the Mississippi and 8 hours from the East Coast.
Your children, your friends, even you will never forget this vacation! You’ll want to come back over and over!
Make your reservation for a Ranch Vacation today!
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