Go Hog Wild on Spring Break at Hog Wild Adventures

Go Hog Wild on Spring Break at Hog Wild Adventures
January 29, 2023

With Spring Break approaching, we know you want your Branson trip to be special and unique. Time with family should be memorable because of the experiences shared together. And we have an experience your entire family will love and be talking about for years to come! 



Hog Wild Adventures 

Hog Wild Adventures in Omaha, Arkansas, is a short 15-minute drive from Branson. 

The crew at Hog Wild Adventures is passionate about the beauty of the Ozarks and enjoy sharing their passion with guests. Their park sits on an operational cattle ranch where they raise grass-fed, grass-finished Red Devon Cattle. Only a small portion of the ranch is suitable for raising cattle, so they decided to offer off-road tours.   

The tours traverse most of their 1,100 acres and a variety of different terrains. There are deer, turkey, and other wildlife to see too.   

The guys at Hog Wild Adventures enjoy what they do, and it shows. Their trail rides are a little more extreme than most, but they like to have fun and share the excitement of their trails with guests.   


Hog Wild Guided Tours 

Hog Wild Adventures offers guided tours Monday through Saturday, multiple times a day at 14552 Old Springfield Road North in Omaha, Arkansas

Here are some important details you’ll want to know in advance of your Hog Wild tour: 

  • Ride Duration: About 1.5 hours 

  • Ride Distance: The guided tour is about 10 miles with stops along the way at scenic overlooks and points of interest 

  • People per Vehicle: Each vehicle seats four (4) people. For groups of five (5) or six (6), they do allow guests to ride with the guide at $75 per guest with another vehicle booked. 

  • Arrival Time: 30 minutes prior to the start of your ride. 

  • Minimum Age of Drivers: All drivers must be 18 years of age with a valid driver's license 

  • Minimum Age of Passengers: Children ages 5-7 require a booster seat; no booster seat is required for children ages 8 and up. 

  • Booster Seat Availability: They do have two (2) booster seats available; however, booster seat availability is not guaranteed so bring a booster seat if needed. 

  • Costs: The guided tour is $75 plus tax per person with a two (2) person minimum. 

  • Attire: Wear closed-toed shoes, comfortable clothes you don't mind getting muddy or dirty, sunglasses, hat, and sunscreen. 

  • Coolers: Small coolers are allowed, and guests are responsible for securing coolers. No alcohol is allowed on the property, and guests are responsible for the proper disposal of all trash. 

  • Travel Time from Branson: It’s about 15-20 minutes depending on traffic. 

  • Waiver: Every participant must sign a waiver. You can find the waiver by clicking here


Hog Wild Pictures 

Words alone don’t do Hog Wild Adventures justice. While nothing can replace taking an actual tour, the images shown below are the next best thing. 

Hog Wild Adventures Customer Testimonials 

Great trails. Lots of fun in a beautiful location near Branson. The tour guide/owner was friendly and interesting to chat with about his business and property.” 5-star TripAdvisor Review 

“Seriously a great experience! It’s a beautiful tour and a super fun outing for families, double dates, or just friends. The tour guides are awesome and ensure you have the best experience. Thanks, Hog Wild Tours!” 5-star TripAdvisor Review 

“What a great way to experience the outdoors! Clay was a fantastic guide and made sure everyone was safe and had fun. We traversed hills and splashed through streams, which made the time fly by. Thank you, Clay and family, for the great outing!” 5-star TripAdvisor Review 


Purchase Hog Wild Adventures Tickets 

If you’re ready to book your tour with Hog Wild Adventures, just click the link and away you go! 


(Source: https://hogwildbranson.com/)  

Ibranson Team

The Travel Professionals at Ibranson
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