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About Us

Home is Where the Heart is

Come see why Northern Arkansas was voted one of the top places to visit in 2021 by the New York Times. Centerpoint Horse Camp and Lodge offers incredible views of the Buffalo National River while being close to many incredible sights, including being right across the road from the Centerpoint Trailhead, along with many different types of sleeping arrangements according to your taste and price range. They're also many activities around the area that are sure to please any outdoor enthusiast or families, like:

  • Hiking Trails (Lost Valley Trail, Centerpoint Trailhead, the Goat Trail, Hideout Hollow Trail, Hawksbill Crag)

  • Canoeing and kayaking at Lost Valley Canoe Rental

  • Ponka Elk Education Center

  • Buffalo National River Park

  • Ziplining at Buffalo River Canopy Tour

  • Biking Trails

  • Horse Trails

  • Caverns

  • Exciting news! We have teamed up with BUFFALO OFFROAD RENTALS! B.O.R is now staging here at the Centerpoint Horse camp. Make reservations with Buffalo Offroad Rentals (417-631-0615). Stay here with us or show up on the morning of your reservation and you'll take the drive (guided tour) to the Buffalo River Rider Ranch. 3000 acres of trails, dozens of waterfalls and miles of beauty. 

  • AND of course our guests often bring there horses. We have 14 horse stalls (12x12) 9 covered. There are 100s of miles of horse trails. Some are shared with hikers and many are equestrian .

Please be sure to give us a call at (870)-420-3222 if you have any questions or would like to hear about our available rooms and rates. Come see why everyone is talking about Northern Arkansas being the newest tourist destination of 2023 and come learn why Centerpoint Horse Camp and Lodge stands out from the rest when it comes to our hospitality and charm.

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Get to Know Us



Steve Morse

Steve is the owner/operator of Centerpoint Horse Camp and Lodge. During his time operating the ranch, he has made many upgrades and improvements to satisfy every type of camper. From the budget camper, to exceeding expectations with his lodge and cabin, with a kind heart and his southern hospitality, he is sure to leave guests coming back year after year.

In his free time, he likes to hike nearby trails, play jazz, pop, and bluegrass music, read, practice yoga and meditation, sharing many exciting stories from his past experiences, and cook awesome food. 

Steve's dream has always been to have a communal place where guests can come and enjoy themselves with many provided amenities while offering a space where people can come and enjoy themselves. 

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