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What was the 1930’s El Rancho Robles Dude Ranch in Oracle, Arizona is now open as the Retreats at El Rancho Robles. It has been newly restored to its past glory, a wonderful group retreat and event facility. It is a beautiful setting. Visit their website to see accommodations and photos – elranchorobles.com.
Oracle, Arizona is a great place to take photos too.
Looking for an Arizona Old West experience? Well, you can find one just 2.5 miles west of Tombstone at Apache Spirit Ranch. Each guest room has a special Western theme, individually decorated with stylish interior modeled from that special time, with all the modern comforts of today. Cozy beds, modern bathrooms, original and unique decorations and an unprecedented attention to detail.
For more info on Tombstone, Arizona – VisitTombstone.org
To see how Photographer/Filmmaker Philip Bloom did it – CLICK HERE
We had the privilege of dining at the historic Skyline Country Club in Tucson’s Catalina Foothills. The cuisine was prepared by award-winning chef, Chef Issa Moussa and his staff, and was absolutely delicious. The city views were spectacular, and the atmosphere was relaxing.
For information on the Skyline Country Club, CLICK HERE.
The 1930’s El Rancho Robles Dude Ranch in Oracle, Arizona. It is no longer a dude ranch, though some rooms are rented as apartments today. It is approx 4500 feet above sea level. There are lots of birds and wildlife. Trees shade the property, and a stream runs through it. Click here (PDF) to see an old brochure from the University of Arizona Library (PDF format) on the El Rancho Robles dude ranch.