About Us

Southern Missouri Off-road Ranch was formed when a group of off-road enthusiasts had an idea to provide a playground for 4×4 adventurers from all over in Southern Missouri. 

Drawn together by a common goal the original group located a large tract of land just South of Seymour, MO and it has continued to grow. The early days were spent cutting trails and planning small events. Then visions of a premiere off-road park were born and started to take root. The plans were drafted to bring something to Missouri that would rival the famed destination parks sprinkled throughout the country that we’ve all read about in Off-Road Magazines. The bar was set high to not only have the best facilities but to also offer a family-friendly environment for everyone to enjoy safely and responsibly.

Go Play outside.

Today we’re proud to offer 8 rustic cabins, 45 electric-only RV sites, 32 full-hookup sites, generator camping options, and almost endless primitive camping options to suit any weekend warrior or large group who wants to hit the trails.

Hosting events and welcoming trail goers from all over the US has allowed us to keep the gates open and continue to provide the off-road community with a place to adventure, get off-road and get outside, which was our ultimate goal.


Do you have to make a reservation?

YES, If you’re camping or planning on staying with us at the park, you MUST make a reservation. Just fill out the forms under the pages above for either cabin or campsite reservations to start the process.

Is the park always open?

NO, we are seasonal, with our season starting on the first weekend of March through the last weekend of November.
PLEASE check our calendar page to view our scheduled events and open weekends throughout the year.

Can we bring a 4-wheeler?

Sorry, no dirt bikes or four wheelers permitted at SMORR.

How do I know where

to go?

After signing your waivers in the Gatehouse, we provide a large 11×17 map of the ranch to navigate the park. We also recommend you purchase and download our virtual GPS trail map from the CartoTracks website found below.