BEST WESTERN Rancho Grande
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Rancho Grande Wickenburg
Very friendly staff, good clean motel. Comfortable beds. Basic but quite good breakfast. Good WiFi and it does have a swimming pool. Also very convenient for bars and restaurants.
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Up and taxi to Alamo car hire. We had booked a Chevrolet Tahoe (or Similar) but I knew John Roy had hankered after a Chevrolet Suburban so when the guy said 'I've got your Jeep' we were not too happy. Unfortunately I rarely hire cars and am not too good at driving the 'hard bargain'. So we got mugged for an extra $45 per day for the Suburban. I …
Surprised that I did not have a hangover I made it down to reception at the agreed 08:00 Evan then announced that he'd left his hat in the Burger joint the night before. Fortunately it was a 24 hour place so he was not long in getting it. I was later to find I'd left my hat in the room.
JR had made a list of gunshops he wanted to try on the …
... motto: "Arizona's Cool Mountain Town." Payson had its first rodeo 130 years ago, in 1884. Payson considers the event to be the world’s oldest continuous rodeo, as it’s been held every year since. In 1918, the author Zane Grey made his first trip to the area near Payson. He came back regularly over the next 10 years, purchasing several plots of land and eventually writing numerous books about the area. Every September, Payson hosts ...
... ranch and Jon went out on Utah for a trotting ride. I sat in the parlour and read about Wickenburg and the history of the ranch.
Happy hour was a little special tonight, it was the 18th annual Margarita party, held by the group who have been coming for 19 years and in honour of two ranch guests who have passed away. We ate on the terrace and the kids ended the day with an after dark swim. ...
... and met all the other residents and the kids quickly made friends with a group of kids from Seattle. We met our wrangler, Aaron and organised a short ride this afternoon. We donned our gear and headed over to the corral to meet our horses. We rode for an hour and the kids did really well. The ride was incredible, learning about different plants and wildlife as we rode. We cooled off in the pool and the ...