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Horseback Riding

One of the best ways to see Arizona’s splendor is on horseback, where you can take in the state’s natural beauty at a leisurely, relaxed pace.

From guided trails complete with cowboy tradition in Sedona to riding lessons at a Gold Canyon cattle ranch, Arizona horseback rides bring Old West history to life. Guided multi-day rides that include meals and overnight camping are also available through some providers, giving you the full Arizona Old West experience. You can also bring your own horses and take a ride on one of Arizona’s many horse-friendly trails.

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  • Bumble Bee Ranch Adventures

    Bumble Bee Ranch is an adventurous dude ranch that caters to the young and young-at-heart. If you love horses, this is it.

  • Cowboy Way Adventures

    Experience the beauty of Arizona from horseback. Cowboy Way Adventures offers guided horseback trail rides in historic Wickenburg Arizona.

  • Fort McDowell Adventures

    Mere minutes from sunny Scottsdale, AZ - Fort McDowell Adventures is the premier outdoor activity and event venue with tons of activities for families and groups.

  • Silver Rein Horsemanship

  • Corral West Horse Adventures

    Corral West provides family friendly horse adventures for all ages!

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  • Great American Adventures' John Wayne's Monument Valley Ride

    Great American Adventures offers award winning horseback riding tours of the historic Old West.

  • Great American Adventures' Wyatt Earp's Vendetta Ride

    Great American Adventures offers award winning horseback riding tours of the historic Old West.

  • Sentinel Carriage Company

    Sentinel Carriage Company offers the finest horse drawn carriage service in the Tucson area. 

  • Ponderosa Riding Stable

    Tucked in the foothills of South Moutain Park in Phoenix, Arizona, Ponderosa Stables have provided horseback riding to the public for over 30 years. 

  • White Tank Stables

    See the West as it was first discovered, on horseback. 

  • Patagonia Lake State Park

    From horseback riding to trout fishing, you can do it all at Patagonia Lake State Park. In addition to the countless water activities available on the lake, including canoeing, kayaking, swimming and house boating, the park offers campers a quiet place to bird-watch and hike around a 2.5-mile area.

  • Red Rock State Park

    Thriving with nature, beautiful scenery, group activities and rotating exhibits, Red Rock State Park is a true gem. At 286 acres, the possibilities are endless and range from hiking and biking to horseback riding to wildlife viewing.

  • Sonoita Creek State Park Natural Area

    The Sonoita Creek State Park Natural Area surrounds the Patagonia Lake State Park and features trails for hiking and horseback riding, as well as areas to camp and bird watch. As a gateway to Rio Rico, Arizona, the natural area provides countless sights to enjoy along your journey.

  • Mogollon Rim

    The Mogollon Rim is a rugged escarpment that forms the southern limit of the Colorado Plateau. It extends across the entire forest and provides excellent views within Plateau Country and Desert Canyon Country as well.

  • Hellsgate Wilderness

    More than 37,000 acres in size, Hellsgate Wilderness includes a major canyon and perennial stream extending its entire length, often with deep pools of water separated by impassable falls.

  • Mormon Lake

    Mormon Lake is the largest natural lake in Arizona...sometimes. During droughts, it's frequently not so large, and occasionally even dry. But when it's a lake, which is most of the time, Mormon Lake is an excellent place to fish, boat, windsurf and birdwatch.

  • Catalina State Park

    In this beautiful desert park, located within the Coronado National Forest less than 20 miles north of Tucson, is a self-guided, signed trail leading through Romero Ruin that includes a prehistoric Hohokam village with a ballcourt as well as the histor

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