Nearby Guest Ranches in Phoenix Area
FLYING E RANCH
(928) 684-2690 | www.flyingeranch.com | email@example.com
The Flying E Ranch, four miles west of Wickenburg off Highway 60, is a small, personable site for those seeking a dude/cattle operation. Guests enjoy the privacy of an authentic Western setting, exquisite scenery, miles of riding trails and fabulous homestyle food. The Flying E is open from Oct. 1 through July and is on the American Plan. Day horseback rides are offered and accommodations available at summer rates. The ranch celebrated its 70th Season in 2018-2019.
KAY EL BAR RANCH
(928) 684- 7593 | www.kayelbar.com | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Kay El Bar Ranch opened in 1926. Nested on the banks of the Hassayampa River, the ranch is a national and state historical site, with space for 28 guests in authentic adobe buildings. Located 3.5 miles northwest of Wickenburg off Highway 93 and Rincon Road, this affordable and friendly ranch offers spectacular dining in the Sonoran Desert. Guests enjoy meals served in the hacienda-style dining room. American Plan includes meals, lodging and horseback riding. The season runs December through April.
RANCHO DE LOS CABALLEROS
(928) 684-5484 | www.ranchodeloscaballeros.com | email@example.com
Rancho de los Caballeros, celebrating its 71st season of operation in 2019-20, is situated among 20,000 acres of high Sonoran desert. The Gant family, the original owners and operators, ensure guests enjoy many of the same traditions and amenities that built this ranch into what it is today.
Visitors have access to a string of 100 horses to explore the real West; an 18-hole championship golf course that Golf Digest rated in the top 75 in the country; tennis courts with a resident pro; trap and skeet shooting; a heated outdoor swimming pool; spa services; desert Jeep tours; cookouts; mountain biking; hot air ballooning; and the outstanding Caballeros Kids program.
Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy a meal in the dining room, which features a poolside breakfast and lunch buffet, as well as a dinner menu with five daily specials. It is on the American Plan, reservations are requested, and the ranch is open October through Mother’s Day. Group meetings are available onsite at the conference center.
(928) 684-2628 | firstname.lastname@example.org
For over 50 years, Rancho Casitas has sat atop a hill with breathtaking views. Its Spanish-influenced casitas are completely furnished with fully-equipped kitchens, fireplaces and patios. It can accommodate long-term stays, and horse facilities are available. It is on the European Plan and is closed for the summer.
CASTLE HOT SPRINGS
(480) 367-6240 | www.castlehotsprings.com
The historic resort opened in January 2019 after a complete restoration. Travel down a dirt road. Watch as the steep rock walls rise around you. Turn a bend, and you have arrived. Nestled in the Bradshaw Mountains – 30 minutes east of Wickenburg, an hour north of Phoenix and a world away – is Castle Hot Springs Resort.
Carefully restored and rejuvenated with new life, Castle Hot Springs offers guests an elevated experience as unique as its location. For more than a century the springs have intrigued and enticed visitors.