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MT Ranch & Horse Camp

14896 TX State Hwy 63 West              Owners                   *409-489-6015 Cell

Jasper, TX 75951                      Marty & Tammy Ellis            409-384-8536 Home

*Preferred way to reach Tammy by call or text

Located in the Piney Woods of East Texas, MT Ranch borders the beautiful Angelina National Forest, just 15 miles northwest of Jasper and 40 miles southeast of Lufkin. Angelina River and Sam Rayburn Reservoir are just minutes away.





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Located in the Piney Woods of East Texas, MT Ranch borders the beautiful Angelina National Forest, just 15 miles northwest of Jasper and 40 miles southeast of Lufkin.


Tammy and Marty offer horse owners a place to board, train, trail ride, camp, and take riding lessons on your own horse.  Angelina Double Heart Horse Camping is now  MT Ranch Horse Camp. Check with Tammy  for reservations through phone call or text.  

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The last of the Buckle Series will be held November 10 & 11. Mark your calendar and plan to ride. Whether you compete for the buckle or just want a fun weekend, MT Ranch is a great place to come. Check Facebook for current information and updates of what’s happening at MT Ranch. Scores from the completed competitions can be viewed under Events drop down menu.

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Jimmy Brown, noted gaited horseman, comes to MT Ranch & Horse Camp most months and is available during scheduled weekends for private lessons. Jimmy trains in all riding styles. Lessons are $50 per hour. Contact Jimmy at 903-721-4241.


Baby goats play on bridge & log.

The ranch has a bumper crop of goat kids this summer. Weaning will soon begin and some youngsters will be available around the first of October with the rest ready by Christmas. Call Tammy for information on availability.

It’s time to make your reservations for fall camping. There are still weekends available for larger groups of trail riders. Talk to your horse friends and plan a camping weekend.  Although we’ve had a good amount of rain, trails are in good shape with a few shallow water crossings on some.

Tammy stays busy with ranch and campgrounds maintenance, livestock management, and an occasional recreation day.

Tammy at work and play

FYI-For riders who just to ride the forest for a day, and not plan to camp, Tammy provides a safe place to park and unload for a fee of $5 per person. Included is use of the pavilion. Practice the obstacles for an additional $10. Call Tammy for information.