Horses are known for their beauty, which is why so many of them are the spokesmen for makeup companies. Ride something pretty with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $55 for a sunset trail ride with barbecue dinner for two (a $110 value)
- $109 for a sunset trail ride with barbecue dinner for four (a $220 value)
Riders traverse the trails for approximately one hour before stopping for a Western-style barbecue dinner.
- $185 for a two-hour birthday party for up to eight children (a $375 value)
Each birthday party treats party-goers to 45 minutes of horseback riding as a group, 45 minutes of swimming, roping, or crafts, and 30 minutes of cake, ice cream, and gifts.
Double R Ranch
If horseback riding is Renee Lewis's first love, watching others learn to share the same passion comes a close second. As the owner of Double R Ranch, Renee gets to share her experiences every day. Situated between Saguaro National Park and the Ironwood Preserve, the ranch offers thousands of acres to explore on trail rides by the hour, half-day, or full-weekend, which is the longest the horses can last without their daytime soap operas. Back at the ranch, Renee also conducts Western BBQs and equine-themed birthday parties.
92% of 52 customers recommend
“Great hospitality, very nice trail ride, excellent dinner. We had a great time. ”
“wonderful experience. have lots of beautiful horses. can accomodate riders with no experience, even children and very experienced riders. had hard time finding their...”
“wonderful experience. have lots of beautiful horses. can accomodate riders with no experience, even children and very experienced riders. had hard time finding their street as the street is named one thing on the right and a totally different street name on left hand side. a sign at the turn off would've been helpful. our guide was a very competent, caring, dedicated and an excellent ranch hand. Pancho is one awsome dude. no wonder they're taking him with them when they move. best wisher always where ever you go.”
“Great service beautiful horses”