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The Retreats at El Rancho Robles now open in Oracle, Arizona

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.

To view our SLIDESHOW of Oracle, ArizonaCLICK HERE.

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Rancho Linda Vista Gallery Schedule in Oracle, Arizona

Click here for the RLV Gallery Schedule.

Visit the Acadia Ranch House Museum in Oracle

Museum Hours & Location
Th. 4-6pm; Sat. 11-4pm; Sun. 12-3pm
825 E. Mt. Lemmon Hwy. Oracle AZ

For more information, visit them at Oracle Historical Society.

Historic Kannally Ranch House Tour at Oracle State Park

Kannally Ranch House by SearchNetMedia
Kannally Ranch House, a photo by SearchNetMedia on Flickr.

Oracle State Park is OPEN

Oracle State Park by SearchNetMedia
Oracle State Park, a photo by SearchNetMedia on Flickr.

Oracle State Park had its Grand Re-Opening last month. Visit Arizona Highways blog has some great info about the Re-Opening. With the so weather perfect, this a great time to visit.

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“El Rancho Robles” an old Arizona Dude Ranch in Oracle, AZ

Old “El Rancho Robles” Dude Ranch in Oracle, AZ – Originally uploaded by SearchNetMedia

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.

Oracle, Arizona TOUR

  • Pull up a chair and take a TOUR of Oracle, Arizona –  CLICK HERE.

Wildlflowers in bloom along Pinal Pioneer Parkway


Arizona wildflowers

Originally uploaded by SearchNetMedia

Pinal Pioneer Parkway is a 42-mile, two-lane highway that crosses a broad, almost untouched section of Sonoran Desert between Oracle Junction (just north of Tucson and west of Oracle) and Florence. Along the road you can stop at the Tom Mix Memorial, and picnic areas.

It is a very scenic drive and currently has beautiful wildflowers that line the roadside.

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