Our 20 rustic cabins with panoramic views of a wilderness made famous by the writings of Zane Grey are comfortable and quaint featuring colorful Mexican serape curtains, hand-painted Monterey oak furniture, and western art. To preserve the serene atmosphere of the ranch, there are no TVs, phones, radios, or clocks in the cabins. The main ranch house has a wide porch overlooking a shaded lawn with a full view of the imposing Bulldog cliffs. The central feature of the Living Room is a four-sided hand-crafted slate rock fireplace with a built-in old-fashioned bread warmer and the dining room has a giant saguaro cactus skeleton which used to stand at the bottom of Saguaro Lake.
During your stay, you must experience the “Old West” the real cowboy way – on horseback. You’ll find some of the best horseback riding in all of Arizona is right on our doorstep. Our experienced wranglers and horses will make sure you have both a fun and a safe ride. There is no better way to enjoy the cool water and marvel at the beautiful Tonto National Forest than to go rafting or kayaking on the Lower Salt River! As you float down the river below thousand-foot cliffs and beside majestic saguaros in the Sonoran Desert, keep your eyes open. You could see wild horses, deer, great blue herons, osprey, bald eagles, and other native wildlife.
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