Triangle T Guest Ranch


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Stay in lodges named after past visitors, from John Wayne to JFK, on a horse ranch set among the Dragoon Mountain foothills

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Dec 21, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Travel must be completed by 12/20/2012. Limit 1/person + 1 add'l as a gift. 1/visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation req'd. All cancels subject to fee of 10% of Groupon; 30-day notice req'd or fee up to Groupon price may apply. Must provide first and last name upon purchase, which will be provided to Travel T. Must be 21 or older to check in. CC req'd at booking & check-in. Extra $50 fee/night for add'l people. Must use promo value in 1 visit. 7.1% tax not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Staying at a horse ranch lets you feel like an old-fashioned cowboy, just like wearing a 10-gallon hat or eating sand from a boot. Ride into the sunset with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

$155 for a two-night stay for two (up to a $353 total value)

  • Two-night stay in a one-bedroom casita; the Dorothy Mackaill, General Pershing, or Will Rogers (up to a $308 value)
  • $45 horseback-riding credit
  • Includes breakfast buffet<p>

$239 for a two-night stay for four (up to a $523 total value)

  • Two-night stay in a two-bedroom casita; the Gregory Peck, Steve McQueen, Rockefeller, or Vanderbilt (up to a $478 value)
  • $45 horseback-riding credit
  • Includes breakfast buffet<p>

Triangle T Guest Ranch

With a wealth of activities to while away the days beneath the Arizona sun, Triangle T Guest Ranch gives its visitors ample opportunity to relax amid beautiful southwestern scenery. The ranch sits among the foothills of the Dragoon Mountains at an elevation of 4,500 feet, ensuring comfortable temperatures for year-round horseback-riding programs, hiking, and jeep tours over its 160 acres.

For trail rides, the ranch's wranglers lead groups of explorers on horseback across diverse terrain from grassy hills to steep, rocky traverses that change every few minutes of the tour, offering riders plenty of opportunities for pictures and fresh inspiration for haikus. While riders negotiate twists and turns and marvel at the many intricate boulder formations along the way, their guides expound upon the ranch's long and storied history, from the first visits by Apache chieftains up through its 20th-century use by diplomats, writers, and entertainers including JFK and John Wayne. After their ride, participants can recount the memorable scenery and near run-ins with outlaws at The Rock Saloon and Grill, famous for the giant boulder behind the bar.

Customer Reviews

Great place for a quick getaway
Aisha H. · December 4, 2012
Saturday night, they have music, a western entertainer who sings to prerecorded music and plays his guitar. There are cowboy types drinking at the at the bar, and the atmosphere is fun but funky. The breakfasts are generous and well-cooked. The setting is gorgeous. Trail rides are tame but fun. The Amerind Foundation and Chiricahua Natl. Mon. are good nearby attractions.
Karen S. · December 2, 2012
The horseback riding and the nice people. Rustic and simple. Very relaxing.
Lisa R. · November 26, 2012

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