Sedona Cowboy Cookouts
Combine a horseback ride with a cowboy lunch or a hearty steak dinner and some live country music. Mmmmm good.
Cowboy lunches and dinners can be included when you Stay at the Ranch!
- Includes 1 hour trail ride
- 250 pound weight limit for riders
- Kids must be 7 years old or older to ride.
- Adults: $120 plus tax
- Kids 7 -12: $105 plus tax. Helmets provided.
- Kids 6 and under eat free
The Ranch Rendevous Dinner Only OptionBook Online
If members of your group do not want to ride, they can enjoy the rest of the evening by selecting the “Dinner Only” option. They will meet up with you after the trail ride and join you on the wagon ride to dinner so you can all enjoy a great meal and entertainment together.
- An adult must stay with your kids for the hour that others are out riding.
- Dinner Only Steak :$56+tax
- Dinner Only Hamburger or Vegetarian: $35+tax
Ride to Lunch on the Quail Trail is a 2 1/2 hour adventure that includes a 45 minute trail ride to our beautiful lunch location, a delicious Arizona Dutch Oven lunch of Cowboy Stew, cornbread, homemade chocolate chip cookies, and lemonade and a 45 minute ride back to the corral with a full belly and a smile on your face!
During June, July and August, the plan changes a little because of the heat. Lunch on the Trail starts with a 1 1/2 hour trail ride and concludes with lunch at our nicely shaded “Sedona Lookout” cookout site with views of the whole Verde Valley. The menu also changes to summer cookout fare: grilled hamburgers (beef or veggie) with all the fixings, potato salad with juice bars and watermelon for dessert.
Book Online or by phone at 928.300.6466. This ride is appropriate for ages 8 and up.
- Includes 1 1/2 hour trail ride and lunch on the trail or at our cookout site.
- 250 pound weight limit
- All ages (8 years and up): $110
“…the next time you chow down on a big juicy steak or leg of lamb, give yourself a well-deserved pat on the back for saving the planet, and remember that you are enjoying the only food that can be raised within a diverse, native, openspace ecosystem in such a way that it restores, sustains, and even enhances that ecosystem.”
Dan Dagget, Pulitzer prize nominee