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Starting at $250 per room per night
Sasabe, Pima County, Arizona, 85633, United States
Starting at $190 per person per night
Rancho de la Osa is Arizona’s most historic ranch. Ride the trails frequented by U.S. Presidents, movie stars, and other dignitaries. Learn to sort cattle as ranchers have for generations. Explore Native American ruins, the U.S.-Mexico border, or the neighboring 120,000 acres of National Wildlife Refuge. After a day spent adventuring, enjoy a cool drink in the Cantina, the oldest continually occupied building in the state of Arizona. Then retreat to the Hacienda or your historic guest room to relax in rich Southwestern color and culture.
Unique Features: The ranch offers an unparalleled guest ranch experience with exceptional food and drink; unmatched hospitality from the staff; and different activities for you and your family to enjoy. Become a part of the storied history and a truly unique vacation experience.
Accommodations: Stay in rooms once occupied by U.S. Presidents, Hollywood celebrities, famous authors, and other dignitaries. Each historical guest room is entirely unique in layout and design. Rooms range from Deluxe (a queen or 2-3 twin beds) to Premium (a king bed) to Suites (a king or queen bed plus 2 twin beds in a separate room). Each room has its own fireplace or wood burning stove.
As Suite As It Gets: When money is no object, go for the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Suite with two bedrooms, 1 king bed in one bedroom, two twin beds in the second bedroom, private bathroom, AC, heat, and fireplace.
Dining: At Rancho de la Osa, guests never go hungry. The ranch aims to provide fresh, hearty, and healthy meals. The chefs are passionate about their craft and love to prepare guests creative and tasty selections highlighting southwestern cuisine. Rancho de la Osa is known for authentic dining, so they’ve collected the best recipes from owners and chefs at the ranch. And if you have any special requests, diets, or allergies their chefs promise to take great care of you.
Activities: Rancho de la Osa offers horseback riding for all skill levels through the ranch’s many sandy washes, over rocky terrain, past incredible rock formations, and through lush desert grasslands. Explore the area during Guided Off-Road UTV or Fat Tire Electric Bike tours. Or, try your hand at shooting and archery. And there’s plenty of space to relax with a cool drink in the Cantina or by the pool.
Spa & Fitness: There is no on-site spa or fitness center, but with all of the amazing outdoor activities and fresh air, you won’t need them.
Location: Rancho de la Osa is located less than a 1 1/2 hour drive from Tucson in Sasabe, Arizona, in the high desert grasslands of the Sonoran Desert, with spectacular mountain views in every direction including the iconic Baboquivari Peak.
Closest Airport: The nearest major airport is Tucson International Airport (TUS). The airport has international and domestic flights and is 70 miles from Rancho de la Osa.
Children’s Programs: No. Although the ranch welcomes children, there are no supervised children’s programs. Trail riding starts with children 5 years and older. Each child is assessed for individual ability.
Pet Friendly: No. Pets are not allowed at this property.
Weddings: Yes. The ranch is a great place for a wedding!
Meetings: Yes. Rancho de la Osa is the perfect location for a team-building retreat for your employees, or an employee plus family getaway. At its smaller size, a full ranch buyout is possible, plus they have meeting space available. Varied packages can include lodging, meals and ranch activities. There is a pool on the premises.
Extra Info: What better way to rekindle a romance than a visit to Rancho de la Osa. Enjoy a scenic hike, relaxing dip in the pool, a refreshing drink in the saloon cantina, take a relaxing stroll around the ranch and gaze at the countless stars. Retreat to your room and find the fireplace lit with your diffuser machine dispensing a soothing oil. Enjoy a quiet night with an occasional owl hoot or a coyote howl and wake up each morning to coffee in the Hacienda.