We are a fun, family-focused place to ride or board a horse, throw a party and so much more!

 

Are you looking for a special place in which to learn how to ride a horse, throw a unique birthday party or company celebration, board or lease a horse or participate in a life changing kids’ camp? Look around and let's see what we can do to help.  Our mission is to provide an environment that nurtures learning, caring, and fun for boys and girls of any age.

Sunset Trails is just outside of Kansas City in Lee’s Summit, MO and is conveniently located near Overland Park, Shawnee, Lenexa and dozens of other great Kansas City suburbs on the Kansas side. In Missouri we are near Blue Springs, Independence, Lone Jack, Greenwood and many more.

We work hard to create a fun-filled riding atmosphere with many impromptu and planned social events throughout the year.

 
 

SUMMER CAMP

Summer is almost here! Sunset Trails Stables Summer Horseback Riding Camp is a great way to get out of the house and meet new friends. The focus of camp is to cultivate responsibility and interest in exploring the outdoors, through horseback riding, caring for farm animals, and hands on activities.

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TAKE A TRAIL RIDE

Sunset Trails Stables offers year-round trail riding and has a variety of options to fit your needs. Ride our seasoned trail horses through woodlands, native plain grasses, and crop fields. Our experienced instructors will educate you about the rich history of the area while you admire the local foliage and occasional wildlife.

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THROW A BIRTHDAY PARTY

This year, throw a different kind of birthday party for your favorite little boy or girl!

Come enjoy the atmosphere of the big red barns at Lee’s Summit’s most wholesome attraction, Sunset Trails Horse Stables. We are just minutes from Kansas City and Johnson County!

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BOARD OR LEASE A HORSE

At Sunset Trails Stables, full-service boarding with group or individual turn-out, is available.

Boarding your horse at Sunset Trails also means having access to 2,700 acres of trails right across the street at the James A. Reed Memorial Wildlife Area.
 

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