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VTRA

 

Located in Bixby, MO, The Viburnum Trend Riding Area (VTRA) has been open since 2004. 


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Approx 30 primitive camping in the wooded campground

Dump Station

3 Bathrooms

1 Shower

1 Pavilion

1 Shelter Area

BBQ Pit

Fire Rings at various campsites


Viburnum Trend Riding Area

Areal Shot of VTRA

Area Overview - Rules and Fees

 

Located in Bixby, MO, The Viburnum Trend Riding Area (VTRA) has been open since 2004.

To help cover our insurance expenses, we will be charging 

Non members:
$10 per person parking fee.

Members:
$5 per truck load.

New members:
Current fees apply
$10 for single memberships
$15 for family membership
And Parking is Free for the day if joining MTRA that day

Everyone is welcome to join the MTRA. 

Everyone signs the waiver!

Primitive camping is available. Restrooms and showers are now available.

The VTRA facility will be open the 3rd weekend of every month from March thru October. (Check the "Events" page for any changes) To help with rider signup and  collection of fees, we are looking for some MTRA members that would  like to be weekend "Gate Keepers" for the 8 "Ride Weekends". "Gate  Keepers" will not have to pay the entry fee. If you are interested in  helping, please call the MTRA Hot Line 314-434-5095 or use the "Contact"  link at the top of the page and leave your name and number and tell us  what weekend you would like to work. Gate Keepers will have VTRA trail  maps and MTRA applications. Working Gate Keepers will also have access  to electricity at the VTRA storage container and shelter. 

NOTE!

 

Riding at VTRA at other times is strictly prohibited! The Iron Country Sheriffs Department has added the VTRA area to its normal patrol sites. Trespassers shall be prosecuted!

As we have spent considerable time and money planting grass seed in the parking lot, please NO PIT RIDING/RACING in the parking area. Kids and younger riders should take advantage of  the easy "grass tracks" that have been constructed near the parking  area.