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What You'll Get
- $25 for a 1-night tipi rental for two ($50 value)
Guests should bring warm clothing, sleeping bags, pillows, and any other bedding they want. You can bring cots, and if you bring an air mattress, resort staff will help you inflate it. Overnight guests will have access to amenities and activities at the ranch, including a two-story tree house, a game room, sport and field courts, a large playground, camp fires, barnyard animals, paddle boating, catch and release fishing, and hayrides. WiFi is available on the ranch but not at tipis.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 24, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Book By 4/30/2015. Travel must be completed by 4/30/2015. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Must sign waiver. Name on Groupon must match ID. Must be 18 or older to check in. Valid for Tipi only. 12.35% tax not included.. Check-in by 9:00pm unless arranged in advanced for late check-in. Quiet hours between 10pm-6am. Valid for two people. Max occupancy 4-6 depending on tipi. May add people above two for $25 per person per night. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Arizona Equestrian Connection at Jackpot Ranch
Located on the 72-acre Jackpot Ranch, Arizona Equestrians Connection is a lodge, outdoor playground, and equestrian center all in one. Rustic homestead homes and apartments are equipped with full kitchens, dining areas, and living rooms to feel like a home away from home. The converted bunkhouse, meanwhile, is a little more communal. It features a large kitchen and four shared bathrooms between its many private rooms. If you're bringing your own roof, you can camp out at the RV hook-ups or under the stars in the campgrounds.
No matter where you're sleeping, you can enjoy the property's vast array of activities, including horseback riding through the property's ponds and pastures or the Verde River Estuary. Adventurous riders can also play ground games, round-pen challenges, and other activities in the obstacle arena. There's still plenty to do if horses aren't your thing. On one end of the ranch is a three-story treehouse. If it's too far a walk, take the hayride. It starts at the pond, where you can enjoy some catch/release fishing. Between the two is a playground, baseball diamond, and game room.