We have had some great rides so far this season despite all of the rain. Our guests have had a chance to get a little wet and muddy on some of our more recent rides. We offer our rentals rain or shine, however we don’t take take chances on safety. Storms do force us to reschedule rides or refund guests but that’s just the nature of an outdoor business. We’re working on an exciting new option for guests in Branson. In the coming weeks we will be finalizing the preparations for a self-guided ATV rental option on our 1100 acre ranch. Since we are an operational cattle ranch, a self guided rental relies on our guests staying on marked trails and being respectful of the property and our cattle. We’re confidant we have it figured out and are in the process of building signs, and maps that should make it easy for our guests to ride the trails at their own pace. Check back for more updates on this exciting new development at Hog Wild Adventures!
Every year there’s a little bit of a lull between spring break and summer in the tourism industry. It’s nice to have spring break business to stress test new systems, train staff, and refine processes. Post spring break is when you have the time to work on the stuff that you need to have ready for the busy season begining at the end of May. We’ve been planning new trails, performing some preventative maintenance, and even working on a few new ideas. We’re excited for the season to kick off and look forward to having the opportunity to share the beauty of the Ozarks with our Branson guests. We hope to see you this season, just keep in mind the guide buggy is rarely this clean.
We had a family that booked an off-road ride in January, and the forecast was calling for snow. My brother and I decided to go ahead with the ride as the snow would make for a fun and unique ride opportunity. My wife and kiddos decided they wanted to come ride too, so it became a family affair. It was an awesome ride and definitely one we won’t soon forget.