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Trails, Campgrounds and Overnight Hosts

Cactus Country RV Resort
Tucson: 10195 S Houghton Rd. 85747. Ph 800-777-8799 or 520-574-3000. Holding pens, trails and RV hookup. Robert and Nancy Iverson.

Coronado National Forest
National Forest: 20 Miles, Camping??, PH 602-428-4150

Cherry Creek Campground
Patagonia: The campground is available through reservation only, year round
There is water and toilets, but no electrical hook-ups. Corral panels are available for a small fee or guests can picket their horses.
We live in the beautiful San Rafael Valley, approximately 17 miles east (45 minutes) of Patagonia, Arizona. The San Rafael is a unique high altitude grassland valley (4900 ft), nestled in between the Mexican border, Huachuca and Patagonia Mountains, and the Canelo Hills.
Our property borders the Coronado National Forest, on the southwestern side of the Huachaca Mountains, 9 miles north of the Mexican border. We also offer guided trailrides and packtrips. Southern Arizona is a great place for winter riding!
Phone 520-394-0187.
E-mail: Cherry Creek Campground, Tina Bartsch Click Here
Web Site Cherry Creek Campground Click Here

Grand Canyon National Park
National Park: 20 Miles, Camping??, PH 602-638-7888

Catalina State Park
Tucson: There is a designated camp ground for RV's. Some full hookups, some dry camping. There is space to park at the Equestrian Center but dry camping only.
Water is available. Beautiful area to ride. Some of the most beautiful saguaros you will ever see!
Corrals - Yes (I think 4) No Reservations - best to call 520-628-5798 for further info
Submitted by: Mary Zimmerman

Additional Information from:   Paul Peachin Click here for E-mail
Catalina State Park, in the Coronado National Forest, just north of Tucson, Arizona, in the Oro Valley. Within the park, is an equestrian campground. There is water available, Showers, at the non-equestrian campground, toilet facilities. There is no electric available at the equestrian campground. There are eight 12 X 24 stalls. Feed and Hay are available just outside the park. There is a ten day limit, for a daily fee, and camping is either in self-contained live-in quarter RV units, or tents within a designated area. The trails are outstanding. The more you look, the more you find. My favorite trails lead north out the Southerland Trail, connecting with the Baby Jesus Trail and others in the northerly direction. Another short trail, especially in the spring when the desert is blooming, is the Canyon Loop. Maps are available. This is one of my favorite areas in the country, and is one of the few places where 10 days might not be enough.

Apache Sitgreaves National Forest
Apache Sitgreaves National Forest, Springville: PH 520-333-4301

Apache Sitgreave National Forest, covers about 2,000,000 acres in Eastern Arizona. Elevation range from about 4500 feet to over 10,000 feet. Included within that is the Blue Primitive Range, which consists of about 216,000 acres. It is the best kept trail riding secret in the entire southwest. There are literally hundreds of miles of trails in the area. I have been riding them for over 30 years, and still haven't covered them all.
Surprisingly it gets very little trail riding use.

I am part owner of Arizona Safaris, we are trail riding outfitters specializing in riding this area.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me. Besides this email for the business azsafaris@excite.com, I have a personal email at gotc2000@yahoo.com.
E-mail: ARIZONA SAFARIS Click Here
E-mail: Terry Wagner Click Here

Groom Creek
Prescott: In Prescott itself there is the Groom Creek Horse Camp. It's seasonal, closed in the winter, there are 36 camping spots and trail riding that is spectacular. Groom Creek is 6 miles down the Senator Hwy. or Mt. Vernon St. off of Gurley St. in Prescott, AZ. The cost, I believe, is $8.00 per night and reservations/information can be made at the U.S.Forest Service PH 520-771-4700.
Submitted by: Dominique Higa, President of the Prescott Saddle Club Click Here

GroomCreek Horse Camp: Information Needed I am a Forest Service Volunteer doing some research on increasing useage at Groom Creek Camp in Prescott National Forest. Could you offer some suggestions as to what riders who bring their own horses to camp would like to have in way of facilities.
For example, horse lines or Stalls? At Groom Creek we presently have tiedowns, water troughs, picnic tables,grills, toilets (4). We have individual sites -- open and by reservation and also a group site for 40-60 riders. A Camp Host is on hand to offer any help that might be needed. Any help you could offer me would be much appreciated.
Bobbi Butler
bobbib@northlink.com
E-mail: Bobbi Butler Click Here

Dead Horse Ranch State Park
Cottonwood: They have nice trails, water, bathrooms and a few corrals. Its right next to the Verde River and at the base of Mingus mountain. Right across the street is the Blazin M Ranch which is real hoot. They have a dinner and entertainment and a bunch of little shops. PH 520-634-5283
Submitted by: Dominique Higa, President of the Prescott Saddle Club Click Here
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Lost Dutchman State Park
Apache Junction: camping? PH 602-982-4485

Petrified Forest National Park
Petrified Forest: Send Info: PH 520-524-6228

Tonto National Forest
Phoenix: Need Info. camping? PH 602-225-5200

Little Elden Springs Horse Camp
Information submitted by: Louis Mindes Click Here
( Temporarily closed because of a fire, Posted on November 4 2010)
(Somebody let me know when it is open again)

Flagstaff: Boy, it is really nice up there especially in the summer. There is an elevation factor, 7000 at the campground and up to 10,000 on the trails. The campground is called Little Elden Springs Horse Camp and there are 15 camp sites and is located just north east out of Flagstaff. Sorry, I don't have good directions for this one. Reservations can be made with the National Forest Reservation Center 1-800-280-2267 and it is $8.00 per night with a reservation fee of $8.25.
Submitted by: Dominique Higa, President of the Prescott Saddle Club Click Here

Payson Horse Camp
Payson: The trail system there is limited but plans are being discussed to extend it. The vegtation is pinetrees in camp but more scrub pinon out on the trail. Camp is only 1 mile out of town so you can run in for supplies.

Prescott Ranch
Paulden: Overnight Stabling, Boarding, Horse Rentals, Steak Dinner Rides (need reservations).
Stalls, runs, pasture, arena, washrack.
Overnight charges: $5.00 per night if you feed and clean, $10.00 if we feed and clean.
Trail rides: $15.00 for 1 hour, $25.00 for 2 Hours, all trail rides are guided rides through the Prescott national Forest.
We border the Prescott National Forest and we have unlimited riding right from the ranch. Bathroom and shower facilities are also available. Camper and vehicle parking
Home of Marciante Saddle and Leather co, inc. Maker of Trail and Endurance saddles
Ph 520-636-9737 or 1-800-684-7433 Fax 520-636-4520
25755 N. Old Hwy.89 P.O. Box 579, 86334

Gabaldon Camp
It's in the White Mts. of Arizona (northeast corner), up by Big Lake. If your going to Big Lake, its on the way, just past Lee Valley Reservoir. There are about 6 small corrals, made of poles just a hair smaller than a telephone pole. There are out-houses and a creek to water the horses. The main trail head starts in the camp.
Big Lake was putting in a shower facility when we were there. There are a few fence lines, but most can be skirted or are gated... somewhere. Elk, deer, and pronghorn are everywhere! The altitude is high, you pass a popular ski resort to get to Big Lake, so take rain and cold weather gear. We went to Springerville to re-stock the "hay larder", it was a bit more than we are use to spending but at least it was still available. The individual camps are "nestled& in the big pine trees. So don't worry about heat and sun. The dirt road into camp ground has a circular end large enough for any trailer and truck. The camp is also restricted to horse camping only... realllllly nice of them!

Kathy
E-mail: Kathy Baker Click Here

Gordon Hirabayashi Recreation Site
Tucson, The Gordon Hirabayashi Recreation Site also known as "Prison Camp Equestrian Center".
During W.W.II, if you were 1/16 Japanese or more, you might have been interned in this camp for the duration of W.W.II. Not one of our greatest moments.

This is a beautiful site and trailhead leading to a section of the Arizona Trail. It's specific designation is Sycamore Reservoir Trail #39.

The Arizona Trail is a 750 mile (non-motorized) trail that goes from Utah down the center of Arizona to Mexico.

This will be a primitive campground, including; bring in water for horses and humans. There are metal corrals, donated by American Fence Company. The rules will probably be loose. There are Outhouses and will be fire pits and GI BARBQ grills.

It is approximately 15 miles from the East side of Tucson. Take the Catalina Highway (called the Mt. Lemon Highway by locals) Which can be reached off of Tanque Verde Rd. and can be easily located on a map.

The camp is between Milepost 7 and 8 on the Highway, and a $5 fee is collected which allows you to stop and park. those traveling thru do not have to pay. The highway climbs from about 2,500 feet to 5,000 feet during the 7.5 mile stretch, but it is an even climb for large units and there are pull-offs for cooling down.

Over the next several weeks, we will day trailer up to the area to see the trails first hand, they look beautiful. The drive itself is magnificent.
Submitted By: Paul Peachin Click Here

Dakini Valley Bed & Breakfast
Our rustic bed and breakfast is located in the middle of the Tonto National Forest, a short ride on horseback to the Hellsgate Wilderness area. Hellsgate is located at the confluence of Tonto Creek and Haigler Creek and is considered to be one of the most remote and beautiful areas of Arizona. It is an adventure to explore on horseback.

The 900 square foot cabin that we have turned into a bed and breakfast was hand built. It sits on the site of one of the earliest homesteads in the state which, until recently, was a working ranch. Adjacent to the cabin are corrals and pens for several horses. The property is five miles from the nearest neighbor and one hour from the nearest paved road.

We would love to share our piece of paradise. We know that riders and their horses would find it a riding treasure.
E-mail:David & Sylvia Somerville Click Here
Dakini Valley, David & Sylvia Somerville B&B web page, Click Here

The Lucky Draw Ranch
Sedona: Located just 22 miles outside sedona and tucked away in a small hidden valley, you will find the Lucky Draw Ranch, an oasis in the high desert! Just 1 mile off of I-17 surrounded by USFS & ranch land. Creek runs through tree covered property w/fishing avail. for lg. mouth bass! 2 RV sites with full hook-ups inc. laundry.
E-mail: Ellen Dal Cerro Click Here

Oasis Ranch
Skull Valley: PO box 256, 86338, Cottages, Hot Tub, accommodations for horses. There are plenty of trails and they are great. Folks are welcome to stay as long as they desire?

Bruce & Bonnie Jackson owners, PH 520-442-9559
The Oasis Ranch - web page Click Here
E-mail: The Oasis Ranch Click Here

Roosevelt Lake
Globe: As of May 15th, 2002 across the street across the road from the old camp site the new equestrian campsite is suppose to be completed. We walked around it and it looks like it will really be nice, but they still have a lot to do, I know they'll have water, not sure about paddocks, but the way it's taking shape, it looks like it will. There are pavilions and bathrooms already in and it's overlooking the lake. We only rode one trail, it was steep and very rocky in places, but pretty.

Closest town is Globe. From Phoenix, take Hwy 60 to Miami area, then Hwy 88/188 to Roosevelt Lake. When we left, we took 188 on to 87 that took us on up to Payson.
A long trip for us from Yuma, but for people around the Phoenix area - it'd be a great get-away place for the weekend AFTER May 15th when the new equestrian campsite is finished.

Submitted By: Francis Click Here

Creekside Preserve Lodge
Mayer: The Creekside Preserve Lodge and Guest Cabins features 15 cabins on Highway 69, Between Cordes Junction and Prescott, Arizona. The cabins have large porches that overlook the Big Bug Creek. Similar to Oak Creek Canyon, only on a smaller scale and without the crowds of people.
We have many miles of public trails around us which you can explore.

Driving Directions:
1. Drive north from Phoenix on Interstate 17 (as if you were going to Flagstaff).
2. About 40 miles or so, you’ll come to the town of Cordes Lakes, exit at Cordes Junction.
3. Then go west (or northwest) on State Highway 69 (towards Prescott – but not all the way).
4. Six miles from Cordes Junction is the Creekside Preserve on the north side of the highway.

For Reservations:
E-mail: Creekside Preserve Lodge and Cabins Click Here
Phone 928-632-0777

Address:
11255 S.S.R. 69
Mayer, Arizona 86333
Web Site Creekside Preserve Lodge and Cabins Click Here

And The Horse You Rode In On
Located in the foothills of the Dragoon Mountains, land of the Chiricahua Apache Indians.
Come hike, bike, ride or relax with us. We have ten guest stalls and 600+ acres of Arizona uplands, so bring your horse so you both can have a vacation!

Your Innkeepers: Deb and Will Scott
P.O. Box 158
Dragoon AZ 85609
Location: 2400 W. Dragoon Rd
Dragoon AZ (I-10 Exit 318, then 7.3 miles on Dragoon Rd.)
Phone: (520) 826-5410
Fax: (520) 826-1078

E-mail: And The Horse You Rode In On Click Here
Web Site And The Horse You Rode In On Click Here

El Labrador Ranch, Mexico
We have a ranch in the state of Sonora, Mexico close to Arizona on the Mexican side. This ranch is very well located for organising trail rides. The closest airport is Hermosillo which is 50 to 60 minutes from the ranch. We can provide horses and mules if clients can't bring their own. A variety of trails are offered such as river trails, mountain trails and even a city trail in the small town near the ranch that has a superb colonial architecture.
The ranch is owned by the Gastelum Family and also works as a green hotel offering a relaxing stay with typical natural food and live entertainment. If all this interests you I can send you more detailed information including pictures.

Fabian Gastelum
Hermosillo, Sonora
telephone:
00-52-6622-153680 (city)
00-52-623-2320378 (ranch)

E-mail: Fabian Gastelum Click Here

Double Adobe Campground & Recreational Ranch
Double Adobe Campground and Recreational Ranch is located in southeast Arizona.
We have 103 full hook up sites. We have 110 acres of trails and wildlife areas. We have also developed covered stalls for overnight travelers with stock or wishing for a longer stay where they can ride.

Roy and Denise Roberts
Double Adobe Recreational Ranch
5057 W Double Adobe Rd
McNeal, AZ 85617
Phone 520 364-4000

E-mail: Double Adobe Campground & Recreational Ranch Click Here
Web Site Double Adobe Campground & Recreational Ranch Click Here

Cedar Crest Country Cottage & Stables
Albuquerque: We have the cottage for guests to stay in, hookups for guest with trailers rv, stalls & paddock for guests with there own horses or mules.
We have rental horses for trail rideing
We border Cibola National Forest, miles & miles of trails easy to difficult to the top of the Sandia mountains 10678 feet
We are only fifteen minutes from Albuquerque.
If you have any questions or need more info.
(505) 281-5197
E-mail: Donald Romero Click Here
Web Site Cedar Crest Country Cottage & Stables Click Here

Liberty Haven Ranch -- Morristown (near Wickenburg)
Our quiet, private guest ranch in Arizona's fabled gold-mining district backs up to miles and miles of virgin Sonoran desert for endless riding or hiking. We can accommodate your RV with water and power, or dry-camped with or without toilet facility. No RV? Reserve our fully-furnished Bunkhouse by the day or week.

Guest stalls, water, and feed available. Swimming pool, firearms range, shooting instruction.
We are equine owners and lovers. See our website for photos and details.

Open all year, reservations required. Call (623) 640-7880 for reservations and directions.

PO Box 400 Morristown AZ 85342-0400

E-mail: Liberty Haven Ranch Click Here
Web Site Liberty Haven Ranch Click Here

King's R&R Ranch
Tonopah: Right next to the Hassayampa River bed in Tonopah, AZ with easy access; with RV spaces with water, elec, sewer, lots of trees and grass, a pool, fire pit/picnic area, and we have some dry tent spaces. The Hassayampa River bed is a 50+ mile river bed, mostly dry, sandy in most areas, wide, lots of trees and wildlife. Horses staying at King's R&R Ranch can use covered stalls, wash rack, tie up, round pen, arena, horse trailer parking, trail course; veterinarian and farrier nearby; our place is clean and quiet; dogs are welcome on a leash; persons and their horses/pets can visit and ride overnight, a day trip only, or stay for longer periods. Available year round. Call ahead for space availability and pricing.

Contact Dee King at 623-386-5403.
E-mail: Dee King Click Here

MCS Stables
Flagstaff: MCS Stables Boarding & Layovers. Flagstaff's finest equine horse motel & boarding facility located 2 miles from I-17 south of Flagstaff airport & fairgrounds on 89A. Miles of trail riding in secluded forest preserve. Barn Stalls, individual pens, large paddocks, sheltered corrals. Free Trailer Parking.
Heated Barn, Box Stalls, Private Paddocks, Riding Trails.

MCS Stables
8301 S. Hwy 89A
Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Main: (928) 774-5835
Fax: (928) 774-5835
E-mail: MCS Stables Click Here
Web Page MCS Stables Click Here

Land Farms
Location: Eloy, AZ, exit Sunshine Blvd (not far from Picacho Peak), south of Casa Grande, off of I-10, 7.1 miles south on Sunshine Blvd., turn left onto Green Reservoir approx. 1/2 mile, turn left (see signpost for Land Farms).
Centrally located 1 hour south of Phoenix and 1 hour north of Tucson.

Amenities: Covered stalls, wash rack, covered round pen as well as larger outdoor round pen next to very large outdoor arena.
Laundry facilities, 30 amp/sewer hookups, hay available onsite.

Good selection of horses for sale.
Available for overnighters, weekly stays, monthly as well.
Contact Daren Longfellow Phone 520-975-6060

Submitted By: Bev Click Here

Rio Rancho Verde
Rio Rancho Verde - 30 minutes from Scottsdale and Westworld. This beautiful 62 acre ranch is located on the Tonto National Forest and offers miles and miles of incredible riding in the foothills of the Sonoran desert.
RV hook-ups, bunkhouse with kitchen, washer/dryer, full bathroom/shower facilities, stalls and turn-outs for your horses. With plenty of room to spread out, this incredible desert location offers views of 4 Peaks, the Superstition Mountains and Granite Mountain Preserve - ride out the back gate down to the river or through the mountains into absolutely spectacular scenery, and only 30 minutes from Scottsdale!
E-mail: Rio Rancho Verde
call 480 227 0568.

Rocking M Ranch
Tuson: It is adjacent to Saguaro National Park, has pipe corrals, arena, bed & breakfast. Rocking M Ranch facilities are designed for guests traveling with their own horses. Corrals and other amenities are provided with a nominal charge. Trail ride or hike into Saguaro National Park.

The Rocking M Ranch uses a guest house which has four bedrooms. Two bedrooms have private baths and two that share a bath. Queen beds are availalbe in the rooms with private baths. The two bedrooms which share a bath have twin beds in one room and a queen bed in the other.

We have trail access into saguaro national park. We can accommodate overnight trailers and RV’s. Riding trails start at the house. This is the perfect place for saddle pals to gather, there is a 4 bedroom guest building and the Saddle Up Saloon can be rented for additional costs.

There is a small refrigerator, bar sink and microwave in the guest house. There is also a BBQ grill on the porch.

Rocking M Ranch
6265 N Happy Trail
Tucson, Az 85743
520-744-2457
520-444-0308 cellular Lou
520-444-0306 cellular Pam
520-989-6138 fax
800-588-2457 toll free

Web Page Rocking M Ranch Click Here
E-mail: Rocking M Ranch

The Wertz Place on the Mesa
Wickenburg, corral 40 x 40 with desert turnout, corral 20 x 35. riding out our back gate onto desert and forest foothills
RV hookup with electric and water. Nice view. $25 per night.
Furnished one bedroom guest house- $80 per night.
efficiency kitchen, deck with nice view
Overnight horse charges:
$10 per night/per horse if you feed and clean
$15 per night/per horse if we feed and clean

Long term available.
Wickenburg, Arizona
4 miles west of Wickenburg, 1/2 mile off highway US93

Diane and Richard Wertz
928-684-7031

E-mail: Diane and Richard Wertz

Lost Cowboy Ranch Horse Motel
We have two areas available for overnight and extended stays. Both have septic, 30 amp electric and water hookups. There are a total of 6 - 12' X 16' stalls, 4 for one site and 2 for the other. Fully lighted roping arena and sorting pen with cattle available on site. Round pen and horse turn out also available.
6’ x 6’ completely enclosed dog run also on site. Enjoy beautiful mountain views, gorgeous sunrises and tranquil sunsets. Located 1 mile from scenic Tonto National Forest, 3 miles from the beautiful Verde River and 2 miles from the challenging trails of the McDowell Mountain Regional Park. All provide endless horse trails for hours of riding. Easy access to property with less than half a mile on a dirt road.
A 20’ wide gate and cleared area for at least a forty-five foot rig make access even easier with a full circle parking area. Short term and long term available. Restaurants, feed and tack and convenience store located about 10 minutes away.
Ranch Sorting Events and Roping practice are also held here, call for a schedule of events.

We are located in a Rural area NE of Scottsdale over looking Bartlett Lake Dam,
The McDowell Mountains and The Mazatzal Mountains.
Search us, Lost Cowboy Ranch Horse Motel, on Facebook to see more pictures or call us to reserve your space 602-697-3260. Happy Trails from Brian and Susan Bowers
Location: 29917 N. 160th Street, Scottsdale, Arizona.
E-mail: Brian and Susan Bowers

Catalina Trails
Catalina, Arizona near Tucson, Catalina Trails offers full hookups for visitors with or without horses. If you have horses, there are 18 x 20 pipe pens and a 1 acre arena close to the camping site so your horses are in view. There are limited spaces available on this private property with a beautiful Catalina Mountain Range view. Also, there is a laundry room with washer and dryer, tack room, hay storage and fire pit. Riding distance to Catalina State Park, minutes from hospital, grocery, major shopping center, post office and gas stations. There is a local riding group plus many, many Snow Birds with their horses within 5 minutes.
Address: 15440 North Twin Lakes Drive, Tucson, AZ
Phone 763-482-6288

E-mail: Judi Orluck
Judi Orluck, 12060 239th Ave NW, Elk River, MN 55330

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Layover Hosts for your horse or mule. (No Trail access)


Rodeo Grounds, Fair Grounds, B and B's, Horse Motels, Private residences


Campgrounds, ranches and trail ride places are also Overnight hosts. The places listed here are "OVERNIGHT ONLY".


This is a link to B & B Online,   Bed and Breakfast with equine accommodations

Bienestar B&B
Tucson: B&B, stalls with indoor or outdoor runs, turnout area, trails nearby.
have rooms or suite with full breakfast PH 520-290-1048
10490 East Escalante Road 85730, Peggy Muller - owner

Double E Ranch
Mohave Valley: 9566 Evans Lane, 86440-9616, Owner Shawn Evans. Overnight facilities, camper hookup, Reservations PH 602-768-9319

J Bar J Ranch
Wickenburg: B&B, Stalls PH 520-684-9142

Meanwhile back at the Ranch
Apache Junction: B&B, stalls PH 602-982-2112

Rocking M Ranch B&B
Tucson, 6265 N. Camino Verde, 85743-9699, PH 602-744-2457
Rocking M Ranch B&B - web page Click Here

El Jinete B&B, rest and ride
Tucson: Holding pens, arena, trails. Camper hookup elect and water.
Also have a B&B, Kennel available. Ph 520-722-4274
10160 East Millmar, 85730. Close to Pima county fairgrounds.
Donna and Butch Lutter - owners.
E-mail: Donna & Butch Lutter Click Here

Rillito River Ranch
Tucson: Rillito River Ranch is a bed, breakfast and barn for people traveling with horses or wanting a destination horse vacation in the sunny southwest this winter. We will be closing on April 15th but until then we have a beautiful adobe bed and breakfast and barns and an arena across the way from the world-class cutting horse trainer, Fred Frye.
Phone 520/529.7124
E-mail: Rillito River Ranch Click Here

Prescott Ranch
Paulden: Overnight Stabling, Boarding, Horse Rentals, Steak Dinner Rides (need reservations).
Stalls, runs, pasture, arena, washrack.
Overnight charges: $5.00 per night if you feed and clean, $10.00 if we feed and clean.
Trail rides: $15.00 for 1 hour, $25.00 for 2 Hours, all trail rides are guided rides through the Prescott national Forest.
We border the Prescott National Forest and we have unlimited riding right from the ranch. bathroom and shower facilities are also available. Camper and vehicle parking
Home of Marciante Saddle and Leather co, inc. Maker of Trail and Endurance saddles
Ph 520-636-9737 or 1-800-684-7433 Fax 520-636-4520
25755 N. Old Hwy.89 P.O. Box 579, 86334

Flying Heart Barn
Flagstaff: Stalls, pens, pasture's. Forest trails, ride to Mt. Elden and San Francisco Peaks. Wagon rides followed by supper at Horseman Lodge or in Coconio National Forest.
Horse rides by hour, daily, limited groups, scenic trails, overnight boarding, riding lessons.
Location: 3.5 miles nortn of Mall on Hwy. 89 N. Ph.520-526-2788
Addr: 8400 N. Hwy. 89, 86004.
E-mail: Frank & Maxie Davies Click Here

OK Corral Stables
Apache Junction: We have 12 spaces with complete hookups.
Corral space for travelers horses. Telephone is 602-982-4040
or 1-888 46 horse (1-888-464-6773), Ron Feldman.
OK Corral Stables,PO Box 528.Apache Junction,Az. 85217
E-mail: OK Corral Stables Click Here
OK Corral Stables - web page Click Here

Wild Horse Ranch, Resort and B & B
Tucon: Indoor an outdoor box stalls, pens, campfire cookouts, Old west town, B & B
Continental breakfast included. Ph 520-744-1012, 1-888-45-RANCH, fax 520-579-3991.
Addr: 6801 N. Camino Verde, 85743.
E-mail: Wild Horse Ranch Click Here

J-D Ranch - (Scottsdale Area)
Cave Creek, AZ (Scottsdale):
I am located in Cave Creek, AZ, 1.5 mi. north of Hwy 74 (Carefree Highway) and have an RV hookup and room for horses. We are 1 block from the Cave Creek Rodeo Arena on 24th St.
Covered stall, round pen, large arena, ride from house to many trails and Cave Creek Park.
For more information call 623 465-5555.
E-mail: Lynda Takeda Click Here

Stageline Ranch
Deserthills: We are 4 miles from Cave Creek regional park, 4 miles from Tonto National forest, 12 miles from Emery Henderson trail head, 1/2 mile from state trust land.
Facilities include: barn stalls open pens at $15.00 per night,lighted arena, cross country trail, RV hook up, furnished house rental, cattle on premises .
Sue Ewens, owner
102 w. Deserthills Dr.
Deserthills AZ. 85086
Office; 602 250 8467
Home; 623 465 7492
Fax; 623 465 5904
Submitted By: Sue Ewens Click Here

Rainbow's End (Horses Welcome) Bed & Breakfast
Sonoita: We have renovated a four bdr/four bath old ranch manager's home for the human guests and have a beautiful, huge, 17 stall/automatic waterers/100' runs historic barn available for the horses.
E-Mail:Elen Kentnor Click Here
web page Rainbow's End Bed & Breakfast Click Here

Wright Price Ranch
Willcox: We have some RV hookups and corrals available for overnight trail riders, 40 miles south of Willcox, Arizona, on Turkey Creek in the foothills of the Chiricahua Mountains. We also have an arena, round pen, pasture, and a hot walker available.
Wright Price Ranch, Jeff & Carolyn McGinnis-Boss, 520-824-3124.
E-Mail:Carolyn McGinnis-Boss Click Here

Dakini Valley Bed & Breakfast
Our rustic bed and breakfast is located in the middle of the Tonto National Forest, a short ride on horseback to the Hellsgate Wilderness area. Hellsgate is located at the confluence of Tonto Creek and Haigler Creek and is considered to be one of the most remote and beautiful areas of Arizona. It is an adventure to explore on horseback.

The 900 square foot cabin that we have turned into a bed and breakfast was hand built. It sits on the site of one of the earliest homesteads in the state which, until recently, was a working ranch. Adjacent to the cabin are corrals and pens for several horses. The property is five miles from the nearest neighbor and one hour from the nearest paved road.

We would love to share our piece of paradise. We know that riders and their horses would find it a riding treasure.
E-mail:David & Sylvia Somerville
Dakini Valley, David & Sylvia Somerville B&B web page, Click Here

The Lucky Draw Ranch
Sedona: Located just 22 miles outside sedona and tucked away in a small hidden valley, you will find the Lucky Draw Ranch, an oasis in the high desert! just 1 mile off of I-17 surrounded by USFS & ranch land. Creek runs through tree covered property w/fishing avail. for lg. mouth bass! 2 RV sites with full hook-ups inc. laundry. $30 per night includes feed & corrals for 2 horses!
E-mail: Ellen Dal Cerro Click Here

Flagstaff Hay & Grain
Flagstaff: 7 miles north of Flagstaff on Highway 89. Indoor and outdoor stalls available. Overnight, weekly and monthly rates. Access to National Forest.
Join us in our weekend events which include team roping and barrel races. Full line tack and feed store on grounds. Horseshoeing and riding lessons available
Address:
11705 N. Highway 89
Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Phone: 1-928-681-3556 After hours: 1-928-526-6140
E-mail:Flagstaff Hay & Grain Click Here

Canyon West Mobile & RV park
Kingman: R.V. Park and Horse Motel in Kingman, AZ. , Located two miles west of town on route 66. We have 40 RV spaces and two barns. An indoor eight stall show barn, and a six stall mare motel. There is beautiful riding in the Hualapai mountains right from the park.
You can stay in your RV or horse trailer right next to your horses or stay in the motels two miles up route 66.
Prices are $10 per stall (mare motel) and $14.95 per nite RV space, $65 week.
Phone is 520-753-9378, Bob Ragin (owner)
E-mail:Bob Ragin Click Here
Canyon West Mobile & RV park web page, Click Here

Little Thumb Butte Bed and Breakfast
A location that will provide a celebration for your eyes and other senses in an area of what appears to be unlimited space.
Set amongst the panoramic vistas at the confluence of the Verde River and Granite Creek (4300 ft. elevation), the Prescott National Forest is nearby, the open spaces are available for trail riding, hiking, bird watching or (?).

Off Highway 89, at milepost 333.4
30 miles South of I 40
30 miles North of Prescott
30 miles from the Yavapai County Fairgrounds

A Homestay that will sleep 6 in a suite with 1 bathroom.
There is room for 6 horses to board in a block barn, the stalls have turnouts, roping arena, round pen, wash rack and hot walker are also available.
Gracious hospitality for you and your horse await your arrival.
Contact person:Ann Harrington-520-636-4413
E-mail: Ann Harrington Click Here
Web page Little Thumb Butte Bed and Breakfast Click Here

CNSpots Ranch
Sahuarita: Located 10 Miles southeast off Interstate 10 and Houghton Road in the Santa Rita Foothills. Very close to Pima County Fairgrounds. Easy access to Mountain trails, Madera Canyon, Tubac, Benson and Sonoita. Guided rides available. Horse stalls, round pen, arena, wash rack and RV hookup. Showers available for campers too!!
CNSpots Ranch
16450 S. Sahuarita Pl.
Sahuarita, AZ 85629
520-762-0367
E-mail: CNSpots Ranch Click Here

Mary & Tony Van Rooy
Lake Havasu City: We have two acres in Lake Havasu City, AZ. at 4034 Blue Canyon road. Currently we have three quarter horses of our own and temporarily keep three dude ranch horses from, Sprucedale Ranch of the white mountains, for the winter. Our phone (928) 855-0251 .
E-mail: Mary & Tony Van Rooy Click Here

Davis Ranch B & B
Prescott: Bed & Breakfast with Boarding Facilities 12 x 24 covered stalls, can accomidate three horses. Board is $15.00 per horse per night.
Call for rates and availability on the bed & breakfast. Phone 888-836-3211
Close access to Granite Mountain Wilderness area and Groom Creek trails.
E-mail: Eileen Davis Click Here

Northern Arizona Riding Stables
Flagstaff: 32 stall indoor barn and 30 outdoor stalls. Miles of riding directly from the barn into the national forest. Monthly boarding and Overnighters welcome! RV hook -ups coming soon (summer 2006)

6 Miles south of downtown Flagstaff off I-17 at Kachina Bvld./Mountainaire Rd. (exit 333) 2 Miles south of I-40

Owner: Susan Wolfe
3090 S. Old Munds Hwy
Flagstaff, Arizona 86001
Phone 928-525-3300
E-mail: Northern Arizona Riding Stables Click Here
Web page Northern Arizona Riding Stables Click Here

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Trail Rides (bring your own horse or mule)

Canyon Creek Ranch
Canyon City: Ride along the Agua river, visit old ghost town of Gillette, trail rides October and March PH 602-374-5245

Windwalker Expeditions
We do allow people to bring their own horses, however we haven't had many people follow through with their requests. We do "private" horseback riding tours, our terrain is all permitted area in the Tonto National Forest, Maricopa County parks & Recreation and the Bureau of Land Management. Our clientele consists of many people who own their own horses and many experienced riders.
E-mail: Windwalker Expeditions, Milton Joseph Click Here

Arizona Safaris, Springerville
If you provide your mailing address, a color brochure is on the way to you.
ARIZONA SAFARIS, 550 S. PICNIC CR. ROAD, SPRINGERVILLE, AZ 85938. PH. 520-333-3506, EMAIL, azsafaris@excite.com. Thank you, and we look forward to riding with you.
E-mail: ARIZONA SAFARIS, Terry Wagner Click Here
E-mail: Terry Wagner Click Here

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