Sheyenne Oaks guests have access to 70,000 acres of federal land. Our sandy soil makes for great horse back riding with no need to shoe your horses. We have 40+ miles of marked trail and miles upon miles of unmarked trail. You will see on our large, laminated map, located inside the shower house, that these trails connect - creating great loops. Sheyenne Oaks camp ground is located just north of the federal trail head. It is at this point that two marked trails begin: The North Country Scenic Trail and the Oak Leaf. This area is a beautiful combination of mature oak trees covering the gently rolling hills and open meadows. This area is perfect for the beginner (horse and rider) and yet challenging for the experienced riders who want a more challenging ride; for that simply choose to ride the ridges and ravines. There are two water crossings to maneuver if you so choose. One is on Sheyenne Oaks property; a little creek about 2 feet wide. The other is about 4 miles away from camp - "Iron Creek". You will find this one along the North Country Trail. To reach this peaceful land, saddle up at camp and ride directly into federal land.