Wickenburg, AZ 85390
- Guest Ranch
Discover the romance of the wide open range…a ranch with 20,000 acres, 18 holes of golf, and 100 horses for exploring our rugged trails. Chat with friends in the hospitable lodge, tour the desert, get a massage at the spa, or just relax and enjoy our tradition of hospitality.
Come experience Rancho de los Caballeros, Arizona's premier Historic Guest Ranch and Golf Club, where you can sense the thrill of a desert trail ride or tee off on the championship layout ranked by Golf Magazine as one of America’s Top 75 Resort Courses.
Put your boots up and relax at the new Los Caballeros Spa, the perfect setting for rejuvenation. Lounge around the pool under an endless blue sky or take a lesson from our resident tennis pro. Watch the flaming colors of sunset light the endless horizon as a mesquite campfire crackles into life. Shoot at our trap and skeet range, with excellent instructors for every level. Or discover the flora and fauna of the Sonoran Desert with nature rides and hikes as well as bird watching outings.
Full American Plan rates include three delectable meals daily — just listen for the ring of the dinner bell. And savor a half-century tradition of Western hospitality…just a short ride northwest of Phoenix.
Number of Rooms / Size:
- Air Conditioning
- Cable TV
- Coffee Maker
- Full Bath
- Iron - Ironing Board
- Fitness Center
- Golf Course
- Heated Outdoor Pool
- Meeting Rooms
- Tennis Court
- Free Full Breakfast
Full American Meal Plan
Guest Ranch & Golf Club. Rates include all meals. Open October to mid-May. No credit cards.
Private Sun Patio in rooms
DVD & VCR available on request
Free Wi-Fi on premises
Children's Program, Trap & Skeet Shooting, Nature Programs/Hiking
Map + Directions
2)Take I-10 west to I-17 north.
3)Take I-17 north 29 miles to State Route 74 (Carefree Highway).
4)Take State Route 74 west 30 miles to U.S. Route 60.
5)Turn right on Route 60 and go northwest 12 miles through Wickenburg to 3rd stop light (Vulture Mine Road).
6)Turn left on Vulture Mine Road and drive south 1-1/2 miles to Ranch entrance.