TBarS Horse Camp

(103) Reviews

$35.00 USD per night, starting at.

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Any non-Instant Book sites will still require campground approval.

6387 FM2781, Kennard, TX, 75847

In the heart of Davy Crockett National Forest. Enjoy the beauty of East Texas and the Piney Creek Horse Trails with 50+ miles of marked and mapped equestrian trails. Barefoot friendly. 16 Electric & Water hookups and 2 pens per site. Climate controlled restrooms and showers.


Open Dates: January 22 to November 3

Last Updated: 05/28/2024

RV Sites 2022

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
30 Amps, 2 Covered Horse Pens $35.00 $210.00 Choose Your Site
30 Amps, 2 Horse Pens $35.00 $210.00 Choose Your Site
30 Amps, 3 Covered Horse Pens $45.00 $270.00 Choose Your Site
30 Amps, 3 Horse Pens $45.00 $270.00 Choose Your Site
30 Amps, 4 Covered Horse Pens $55.00 $275.00 Choose Your Site
50 Amps, 2 Covered Horse Pens $40.00 $240.00 Choose Your Site
50 Amps, 2 Horse Pens $40.00 $240.00 Choose Your Site
50 Amps, 3 Horse Pens $50.00 $300.00 Choose Your Site
RV Sites 2023

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
30 Amps, 2 Covered Horse Pens $45.00 $270.00 $750.00 See More Choose Your Site
30 Amps, 2 Horse Pens $35.00 $210.00 Choose Your Site
30 Amps, 3 Covered Horse Pens $55.00 $330.00 $925.00 See More Choose Your Site
30 Amps, 3 Horse Pens $45.00 $270.00 Choose Your Site
30 Amps, 4 Covered Horse Pens $65.00 $390.00 $1,095.00 See More Choose Your Site
50 Amps, 2 Covered Horse Pens $50.00 $300.00 $840.00 See More Choose Your Site
50 Amps, 2 Horse Pens $40.00 $240.00 Choose Your Site
50 Amps, 3 Covered Horse Pens $60.00 $360.00 $1,010.00 See More Choose Your Site
50 Amps, 3 Horse Pens $50.00 $300.00 Choose Your Site

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Best to enter our driveway from the North

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Barn $35.00 $100.00 Choose Your Site


Proof of negative coggins required. Sorry, we DO NOT rent or provide horses. No non-equestrian camping allowed. No stallions. 2 night minimum stay required on Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends.


A rig is the length of the truck and trailer TOGETHER. This reservation system asks for your "rig" size but stops at 45ft, so it refers to trailer only and will not filter out sites that are too small for you. It is up to you to KNOW YOUR RIG SIZE, note the MAX SIZE we have listed for each, and choose an appropriate campsite. We have small sites and large sites. Some sites have a smaller maximum rig size due to lack of maneuver room, or being oversize can block the entrance to and/or protrude into other sites. If book too small of a site thinking you can unhook, more than likely you'll have to park the tow vehicle somewhere else because there is still no room in the site for it. The rig shown in the site pics is 40ft!

Pet Policy

Dogs welcome BUT MUST BE KEPT ON A LEASH! This is a working farm with cats, chickens, and ducks. Owners of barking or aggressive dogs may be asked to leave with no refund. Please clean up and maintain control of your dogs.


If pavilion is not reserved, it is for all of our campers to enjoy. For groups, exclusive use of the enclosed Cookies Corner and patio is available, contact us for pricing and cleaning/damage deposit.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations must be done through RoverPass or via e-mail only. 100% refund until 7 days prior to check-in. 50% percent refund 3 days prior, then 2 days prior the reservation is no longer refundable. Up to 5 days prior to check-in, camping dates can be rescheduled ONE time. If cancel the rescheduled date, a maximum refund of 50% applies. (No penalties if original modification is outside the 7 day window) Note: All refund calculations exclude the RoverPass service fees and credit card processing, which are non-refundable.


Check-in time is 1pm, check-out time is 12 noon. Gates close at 8:00pm or dark, whichever comes first. For late arrival, there is a $25 charge; please contact us to keep the gates open. We are closed during hunting season (rifle), early November through early January.


We want children to have fun, but always under the watchful eyes of a parent/guardian. We are not responsible for their safety or welfare. You are liable for their behavior.


Campfires allowed in above-ground rings only. There is a community fire pit, and portable off the ground campfire pits are available to rent for $10 for duration of stay.

Quiet Time

Quiet hours begin at 10pm. No running of generators in camp. Please be respectful of neighboring campers.

Horse Pens

Maximum 2 horses per site. Additional horses are $10/horse per night. Site #6 and #11 is max 3 horses, site #1 is max 4 horses. If camping in either of these sites at the base two-pen rate, it does NOT include use of the additional 3rd or 4th pen(s) for any reason. Only 1 horse per 12x12 pen. Pellet shavings are permitted but not provided (generally not needed). Camper is liable for damage to pens and panels. Do NOT tie horses to PENS or TREES or FENCES, tie to side of trailer only please. No portable electric, high lining, or overnight tying of horses to trailers.

Cleanliness & Consideration

Upon departure horse pens must be cleaned of all manure AND hay and deposited into the manure spreader. Please try to not remove SAND/DIRT out of the pens. Muck buckets, carts, and forks are provided. Empty water buckets OUTSIDE the pens.


No additional charge for trailer plus one tent and/or car. One trailer per site, $5/night for additional trailer parking. Park in the middle of your campsite, don't bend/snap/shear off limbs or park on / roll over the rootball of any trees. If you have too short a power cord, we have extensions to loan. No discharging of any waste or gray water. RV water hoses must have proper connections and be free of leaks.

Maximum Occupancy

Maximum 4 persons per site, $5/night for each additional person

Pets Allowed

Pull-Thru RV Sites


Community Showers

Big Rig Friendly

Water Hookups

Community Fire Pit

Community BBQ/Grill

Community Restrooms

Back-in RV Sites

RV Hookup

Trash Service


50 Amps

20 Amps

30 Amps

Horseback Riding

National Forest

6387 FM2781, Kennard, TX, 75847
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Overall Rating: 5.0

Debbie Lee

The park is really clean and well-kept. The bathrooms and showers are nicely decorated and always spotless. The park hosts are absolutely fantastic.

Bo Ashworth

Amazing facility. Very clean and the host are awesome and very accommodating people Trails are very well marked . Just saddle up and take off from the property.

Lauri Vasseur

We LOVE TBarS!! The campground is so well maintained, horse pens are exceptional and the owners are so nice and helpful! Ride from camper to trail in no time. Can’t wait to go back!

Rickey Darst

One of my favorite places to be for a very relaxing time. Tom maintains his camp at a level that is head and shoulders above most other facilities. We plan to keep on coming here for many more years.

Scott Moore

Great campground stalls are wonderful.The host is very friendly and accommodating period. Love the trails and will definitely be coming back!

John Allen

Great hosts, great campground well marked trails. The cleanest bathrooms of any camp ground we have been to.

Anna Barwick

Wonderful! Clean, shady and well-set up!! Had a BLAST! Cant wait to return 😁


Clean campgrounds, all amenities available. Tom and Stephanie were very nice and professional, willing to make sure you had all you needed. Will be going again.

Sheri Wise

TBarS Horse Camp was so very nice. The best ever facilities I’ve ever been to. Thank you so very much to the owners Tom and Stephanie Hanslik for their hospitality and being available for all our questions. Campsites and horse pens were fabulous! Can’t wait to get back there for another visit.

Nancy Eakin

Had my first trip to T Bar S for one night and it was better than expected. Pens are perfect and muck buckets provided. Water/elec hookups. A huge paddock for turning loose. Easy access to tons of trails. Two showers two bathrooms both VERY nice. A large pavilion and they even sell ice! Will definitely be back.

Mike Wilson

Great place to go will be back thank for a great time

Nancy Droese

This is the nicest, cleanest, best campgrounds I’ve been to. Love coming here. Trails are really nice. They were quite wet this ride. However, we still had a great time. Thanks!

Deborah Price

Best camping experience! Hospitality is beyond. Tom and Stephanie were great hosts. The campground is so well kept. Horse pens are safe, and with 1 horse, Tom opened pens and my horse got a 12x24 area!!! The trails were awesome even with all the rain. Couldn’t ride a lot of the trails which means I’ll definitely go back when it’s dryer.

Gina Stepchinsky

Nice and clean facility.

Katherine Mason

TBarS is a beautiful campground with excellent facilities for horses and people. Tom and Stephanie are fabulous and welcoming hosts. I highly recommend TBarS and I look forward to my next visit.

Shelley Hilton

Great facilities & great hosts! Even had a turnout pasture for individual horses for an hour at a time. Loved the pavilion as well! Individual stalls could be turned into a double stall! Loved the place!

Ann Stacy

Great hosts and campground! Close to trails. Clubhouse was a perfect location for us to play games and socialize. Tom will cook a meal for your group if you request it! Stalls were very well kept. We will camp with them again!

Patricia Baring

Excellent facilities, Tom and Stephanie were wonderful. They had gotten rain so trails were very wet but easily accesssed from camp. Will definitely go back!!

Renee Sydney

Great place!

Jenenne Bedell

this is a great place to stay and trails are very well taken care of and marked. i would say adding a dump station, would send this place over the top. you do have the option of going down the road a few miles and using Davy Crockett camp ground dump station before pulling all the way home