SayersBrook Missouri

SayersBrook Bison Ranch & Lodge

In keeping with trying to bring to the forefront all of the available off roading locations around the state, I bring to you today SayersBrook located in Missouri. If you know of a spot that we haven’t featured yet, please let us know and we will ad it to our list. Please provide the URL with your suggestion. If the site does not have a current website, give us some background information on it and address and we will get it posted.

Here is some information about SayersBrook from the SayersBrook official website:

SayersBrook Bison Ranch & Lodge
11820 Sayersbrook Road
Potosi, MO 63664
Phone: (573) 438-4449
Fax: (573) 438-2948
Toll-Free: (888) 854-4449

Located in one of the oldest mountain ranges in America and surrounded on three sides by two million acres of Mark Twain National Forest, SayersBrook Bison Ranch & Lodge is truly a unique destination. Perfect for executive retreats, group events, or club getaways, SayersBrook features a wide variety of unique activities including bison hunts, exotic meals, and luxurious amenities.

For shorter visits, SayersBrook offers group tours of the ranch, which make the perfect field trip for any age group.

Also, visit our online store to purchase our Award Winning bison meat. We have been offering our delicious and healthy bison meat since 1976, longer than anyone else in the bison business.

For some real excitement, climb aboard one of SayersBrook’s Hummers for an exhilarating off road adventure. SayersBrook Bison Ranch has been home to National Jeep Jamboree, Hummer rallies, Jeep Club events, and Missouri Rock Climbing Club events. With its abundance of pristine lakes, clear mountain streams, and mysterious cave, it’s no wonder! SayersBrook is truly an off-roader’s paradise! Over 50 miles of rugged off road trail – 21 trails in all – wind through the enormous ranch, offering a wide variety of terrain, trails and obstacles that will challenge and entertain, no matter the skill level.

A Novice Off Roader – Riding is just as much fun as driving. Hop in one of our Hummers and we will take you on a ride unlike any other.

A Professional Off Roader – Bring your club or group and after parking your vehicle, tour the ranch, eat a delicious meal at the Pavilion on the Lake, or participate in any of our other exciting activities.

The National Jeep Jamboree has rated the SayersBrook Trails for difficulty from level 3 to level 9.

SayersBrook is the premium destination for off-road tours in the Midwest, as they play host to various off-road events such as: National Ozark Mountain Jeep Jamboree, JeepThing Chapter Club Events, Missouri Rockcrawling & Off-Road competitions, and Hummer Rallies.

Written by Andrew

"You're telling me it's got four wheels, two seats and goes faster than the speed limit? Good, I'm driving."


  1. I’ve heard of this place but had no idea where it was at nor all that it had to offer. Our club is just starting to talk about the annual trip we take every year to different parts of the US. I’m going to do some further research and present it at our next meeting. This is by far the most interesting idea that has been discussed to date. Even if the club doesn’t vote this destination, I’m going to make it one for my family.


  2. My brother and his family spent a few days here this past summer. The kids had as much fun as Mom and Dad and they keep telling me that I have got to give it a try. It sounds great to me too. I’d like to spend some times in the caves too. I haven’t been there since I was a kid.


  3. James and I took one of the Hummer excursions this past fall and had such a good time that we started looking for an off road vehicle for ourselves. I think we’re pretty much in agreement that we will be starting with a Wrangler. We’re still debating on what we’ll do to get it ready for a summer of off road trails. It would be nice if we could make all of the changes at once but money dictates we have to have a priority list. It’s hard to say which of us is more excited.


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