RanchSeeker’s Photo of the Week: White Stallion Ranch

Published: 4/16/2015 8:16:18 AM

 

White Stallion Ranch is a traditional dude ranch located in Tucson, Arizona that has been in the True family for almost fifty years. Nestled at the base of the beautiful Tucson Mountains on 3,000 acres of pristine Sonoran Desert you will be surrounded by rugged mountains, cactus and unspoiled desert. With several different rides to choose from first-time trailblazers to life-long riders will have ample time to enjoy the beauty of the desert from atop a horse. The True family has one of the largest privately owned herds in Arizona which means they have the right horse for every guest.

Arizona Guest Ranch
White Stallion Ranch

The ranch offers activities for guests of all ages and interests from hiking to taking part in a real western rodeo or spending the day visiting local attractions like the Saguaro National Park or going hot-air ballooning, or golfing. After dinner join other guests around a moonlight bonfire with a cowboy singer and learn about astronomy using large telescopes. There is also line dancing lessons, nature and animal programs, watercolor classes with their resident artist Ute Vaughn and Loop Rawlins’ Wild West Show of Trick Roping, Whip Cracking & Gun Spinning. When not in the saddle, you’ll find plenty of resort-quality amenities to enjoy. Take a dip in their heated pool or relax in the outdoor hot tub. If you feel like exercising there is a fitness room and sports courts. If you are ready to relax then check out the rec room and movie theatre or head to the ranch’s bar where you will find an excellent selection of fine wines, domestic and imported beers, and spirits. Kids and adults alike love the petting zoo and you just might find yourself visiting your new animal friends every day. The White Stallion ranch is an authentic western guest ranch that has been carefully blended with the service and quality of a fine resort. The True family and their staff look forward to having you and your loved ones visit them on your next vacation. Happy Trails!