Explore the Red Rocks and Blue Creeks
Experience views of the red rocks and the peaceful Oak Creek at Oak Creek Terrace Resort in...
Dude Ranch - Resorts and Lodges in Arizona
Take a trip back to the Old West in the cacti-cradled desert dunes of Arizona! Hop into the saddle at Tanque Verde Ranch in Tucson, an authentic cattle and guest ranch. Located on 60,000 acres of Tucson’s most breathtaking desert landscapes, nestled amongst the Rincon Mountains and adjacent to Saguaro National Park and Coronado National Forest, there’s plenty of stunning scenery to explore on horseback. Hidden Meadow Ranch in Greer features a variety of exceptional horses to suit all riding levels from novice to expert. Set off on the 5,650-acre Wildlife Habitat Area, which offers endless exploration with miles upon miles of trails. At Mountain Ranch Resort, guides lead day rides into the Kaibab National Forest and your horse is chosen based on your equestrian expertise to ensure it’s a match made in cowboy heaven. Unleash your inner cowboy!
Experience a unique vacation at America's largest guest ranch with resort amenities! Tanque Verde Ranch offers incredible accommodations and an assortment of great onsite activities to make your stay as comfortable and exciting as possible. Hop aboard the saddle for a horseback ride through the beautiful desert mountain trails, play a round of...
For that western ranch experience you've been looking for, there's no place better than Rancho De Los Caballeros. This luxurious Arizona destination rests on over 20,000 acres of rolling hills and stunning desert. Take in the Soronan Desert views as you hop onto the saddle and explore the trails, lace up your hiking boots and enjoy a guided tour,...
Arizona Top List Picks
Sun-soaked mountains, views of gorgeous desert life, and the exciting city life are what await at your Scottsdale vacation. Whether you are planning to bring the whole family or spend some time with a... more
Soar over the canyons for a view from the clear blue skies. Dive down the rock and cruise over the tough terrain. Or, grab a paddle for some rough rafting down the Colorado River. It’s all waiting... more