Apache Spirit Ranch

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Venue Description

Breath-taking views of the surrounding mountains, 272 acres of unspoiled land and a guest ranch designed like an Old Western town from the year 1881… Welcome to the Apache Spirit Ranch!

We invite you to experience the vacation of a lifetime: Go on a trail ride to explore the area, sit at the campfire and listen to live music or take a walk to the monument of Tombstone’s founder Ed Schieffelin. The Apache Spirit Ranch offers you an all-inclusive vacation that features accommodation, all meals, riding activities and ranch entertainment.

Our guest ranch is situated on over 270 acres and is styled like an 1881 Western frontier town. We are surrounded by thousands of acres of unending freedom and adventure with real cowboys and real Indians. This truly is a horseman’s paradise created on historical Apache Indian hunting grounds. Here, you can realize your childhood dreams, stepping back into the heyday of the cowboy in our individually designed rooms; each with a unique historical Western theme.

Experience all of the adventure of the historic Wild West with all the comforts and conveniences of the modern world.

The guest-houses are situated on sacred land, exuding the history and energy of the Wild West.

Over the symbolic bridge and into the spiritual world of the Native Americans. Apaches built “Nde ‘Gowanii” an original Chiricahua Apache camp with real Wickiups and Tipis. It is located just a few steps from our main street.

Every now and then Native Americans visit us at the Apache Spirit Ranch.

Our main building houses a lobby, our Old Trappmann Saloon and our gourmet restaurant At Schieffelin’s. In addition, we offer 17 guest rooms with a total of 33 beds. Our swimming pool gives you the opportunity to relax in the Arizona sunshine with pool side refreshment service. Moreover, we feature an expansive riding arena and stables, as well as a 3000 square foot, two story event barn.


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