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Dead Horse Ranch State Park

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Dead Horse Ranch State Park

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675 Dead Horse Ranch Rd, Cottonwood, AZ 86326-3711
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Wine Tour from Sedona to the Verde Valley Vineyards in Luxury Transportation

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Our tour to four wineries will be either in a luxury tour coach, or in a luxury SUV depending on the size of the group going out that day. <br><br>You may choose to enjoy tastings or bottles of award winning wines. You will receive discounts for tastings and bottles of wine, at some of the wineries. Also, we are the only tour company that allows you to bring your own alcoholic (or nonalcoholic) beverages with you on the bus. <br><br>At one of the wineries we will have a picnic, outside next to the grape vines or inside depending on the weather. The picnic is served on linens, includes a personal charquterie board. This includes French bread, gourmet cheeses, hard salami, olive oil with balsamic vinegar, grapes, nuts and chocolates, for each individual person on the tour. <br><br>At one of the award winning wineries we will be touring the production facility and barrel room. There we will discuss the wine making process and what it takes to make a cluster of grapes into an award winning bottle of wine.
$99.00 per adult
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MrsB0wman wrote a review Oct 25
Green Cove Springs, Florida42 contributions7 helpful votes
We camped here for 4 nights. I really don’t want to reveal this hidden gem but we’ve already booked our next stay, so I will be honest and highly recommend it. Camping areas are very well designed and maintained. We were in Cooper’s Hawk loop site 104. Sites are large with a picnic table, fire pit, natural vegetation and paved parking pad. Sites have water and electric and there is a dump station at the park entrance/exit. We had no problem backing in or getting level. The interior roads are paved, smooth, wide and easy to navigate with a big rig. There are some trees but not every site has them. No WiFi but we had good T-mobile signal. There are always workers raking and doing general cleanup. Red-Tail Hawk Loop was similar to our loop with mostly large sites. Quail Loop seemed to us to be better suited to smaller rigs since it has quite a few shorter sites and some with height restrictions due to tree branches. Length and height restrictions are listed on the booking site so choose carefully. There are also more primitive loops available. The state park is beautiful and has much to offer in terms of walking, hiking, fishing, biking, birding, and horseback riding. It’s close to many tourist attractions. It’s very popular, so book early.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Mila S wrote a review Oct 23
5 contributions1 helpful vote
My husband and I took the map supplied by the park ranger and just started walking and connecting trails. Ended up walking 6.25 miles. It was awesome! There are hikes marked that are very short up to about 15 miles. Great way to experience the various terrains and some wildlife in a way we had not already done in that area. Will definitely visit the next time we are in the Cottonwood area!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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AZTravelersII wrote a review Oct 23
Cottonwood, Arizona309 contributions78 helpful votes
If you need a quick outing or an overnight adventure, this is your place! We have gone for walks around the lagoon, hikes, bike rides, picnics, birthday parties, etc... We have never stayed overnight, but I've heard it is a super fun experience. We live so close by - but maybe we should try it!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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AzFliGirl wrote a review Oct 19
Tucson, Arizona18 contributions3 helpful votes
The cabins a small and quaint. Private and separate enough not to bother the neighboring cabins. Host is unfriendly and rude. We had our dogs on leashes and was told to keep them tied up. The leashes were long enough not to let them get tied up around a tree but they were far enough away from the tablr she thought they didn't have one on. There were plenty of other dogs running around without leashes but she said nothing to them. Then told us not to pick up wood for our fire. We brought half a truck full had she looked first. This is the only reason for 3/5 rating.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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JoGoesEverywhere wrote a review Oct 13
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina18 contributions3 helpful votes
This park is lovely, has horseback riding, ponds for fishing, the Verde River, and kayaking (we learned too late!)
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Date of experience: September 2020
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