Wickenburg, Arizona is home to Arizona dude ranches where guests can enjoy Western experiences. Wickenburg is known for wide-open spaces, clean air, tourist destinations and its medical services sector. The famous Vulture City Ghost town, once a thriving mining community with nearly 5,000 residents, is located twelve miles southwest of Wickenburg. Wickenburg is located sixty miles northwest of downtown Phoenix. More information about Wickenburg.
Ana’s Casa’s de Saguero
701 South Saguaro Drive, Wickenburg
Ana’s Casa’s de Saguero is a charming estate on three landscaped acres located in historic Wickenburg. The estate has rooms available to rent for overnight stays and makes a lovely setting for group events.
Dell E Webb Center for the Performing Arts
1090 S. Vulture Mine Rd, Wickenburg
The Dell E Webb Center for the Performing Arts is a 600-seat state of the art theater. The theater was opened in 2001. Events at the theater include public performances, educational outreach, after school classes, a summer arts camp and an artist-in-residency program.
Desert Caballeros Western Museum
21 North Frontier Street, Wickenburg
The Desert Caballeros Western Museum is a showcase for Western Art and exhibits including Native American artifacts, gems and minerals, period rooms and history dioramas. The museum offers group tours. The Street Scene and Period Room Gallery is available to rent for group events and parties. The museum can accommodate 80 people sitting at tables or 250 standing. The Charles T. Klein Pavilion can accommodate 200 people for seated dining or 400 theater style. A classroom is available to rent for smaller events and meetings.
Flying E Ranch
2801 W. Wickenburg Way, Wickenburg
The 20,000-acre Flying E Ranch is a working cattle ranch and dude ranch located four miles west of Wickenburg near the Vulture Peak rock formation and the historic Vulture Gold Mine. The ranch offers horseback riding, hay rides, barn dances, hiking, tennis and a heated pool. The ranch makes a wonderful setting for family reunions, holidays, special occasions, and other group events.
Kay El Bar Guest Ranch
PO Box 2480, Wickenburg
The construction of Kay El Bar Guest Ranch was initially began in 1925 with the large adobe lodge. The lodge has eight guestrooms, each with no phones or televisions. The Kay El Bar Guest Ranch is a place to go to get away from modern life and enjoy horseback riding and western living. The guest ranch makes a wonderful setting for all sorts of group events and celebrations.
Rancho de Los Caballeros
1551 South Vulture Mine Road, Wickenburg
Rancho De Los Caballeros is located on 20,0000-acres in Wickenburg. The resort has an 18-hole golf course, a pool, a spa, tennis and horses for exploring the resort’s trails. Rancho De Los Caballeros has a 4,500 square feet conference center. The 3,400 square feet Sonora Room can accommodate 200 guests. The Palo Verde Room is 1,100 square feet. The Sonoran Patio is 4,000 square feet.
Robinsons Mining World
PO Box 3465, Wickenburg
Robinson’s Mining World has a replica of an old timbered mining hotel where guests can stay in one of twenty-six rooms and enjoy the spacious lobby. The mining town includes a first class restaurant, a general store with antiques and ice cream, museums, and over 30 buildings full of ancient equipment of all kinds. Robinson’s can accommodate groups up to 140 people for weddings, meetings and other events.
Take Home Gifts
Once you decide on a venue for your event, there are lots of other decisions that you will need to make. Here is a suggestion: instead of the usual goody bags, why not send guests home with something that will really provide them with a memory of your event? Photos from one of our photo booths and the always fun flip-books make great take-home souvenirs.
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