Scenic Horseback Rides in Phoenix and Scottsdale at MacDonald’s Ranch

Your trip to Arizona will be a memory you will never forget! While here, be sure to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy the peaceful, scenic and serene Sonoran Desert at MacDonald’s Ranch – the premier horseback riding stable in the Valley of the Sun.

MacDonald's Ranch - Best Horseback Rides in Phoenix

Once out on the Ranch your memories start with you and your group being paired with your horses. MacDonald’s Ranch is devoted to their horses ensuring each one is at its top condition. Be sure to tell the wranglers how much riding experience you have and they will choose a horse you will enjoy based on your riding ability. Even if you have never ridden a horse before, they have the right mount for you!

After you are mounted, your guide will lead you down scenic trails with endless views of desert wildlife, saguaro cacti and other flora. To the east you will see the beautiful McDowell Mountains and notorious Camelback Mountain to the south.

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If you are an intermediate or experienced rider, and you would like something with a faster pace then they suggest booking a Private Trail Ride. If a relaxing experience is what you are looking for then a Group Trail Ride is for you.

MacDonald’s Ranch offers activities for individuals, small parties, large conventions or corporate gatherings. Choose from guided Horseback rides, Hayrides & Cowboy Cookouts, Stagecoach Rides, and also available are many varieties of Entertainment.

MacDonald’s Ranch is located in the tranquil Sonoran Desert just north of Phoenix in Scottsdale, Arizona. They are close to all modern conveniences, minutes from most Valley resorts, hotels, and airports and easily accessible. Call today for an experience you will never forget! 480-585-0239

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