Phoenix Arizona Horseback Riding
Riding Rates – Per Person
Hourly Trail Rides
- 1 Hour Ride – $35.00
- 2 Hour Ride – $60.00
Back Country Rides
Half Day Horseback Riding:
- Goldfield Mountains – 4 hour ride – $100.00 + 15% Guides Fee
- Superstition Mountain Wilderness – 3 hour ride – 100.00 + 15% Guides Fee
All Day Horseback Riding:
- Superstition Mountain Wilderness – Lunch included – 130.00 + 15% Guides Fee
Steak Dinner Rides
- 1 ½ hour horseback ride with steak dinner after ride(10 person minimum) – $65.00 per person
All horseback riding rates are per person, Phoenix Arizona horseback riding with OK Corral Stables.
Basic Information for Horseback Riding
- Make your reservation at least a day ahead of time. Sometimes we can schedule your ride the same day @ 480-982-4040.
- Winter hours: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm every day.
- Summer hours: 8:00 am – 10:00 am and 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm every day
- All rides are guided.
- All rides are walk-trot.
- Our weight limits are based on height-weight ratios – 240 pounds maximum.
- Minors must be accompanied by a guardian.
- Children must be at least 6 years old. Children either ride by themselves or we lead their horse, depending on their age, size and ability. We do not double ride.
- We recommend wearing jeans, closed-toed shoes, and bring water.
- We accept cash, Visa, MasterCard, and Travelers Checks.
OK Corral Horseback Riding Stables serves the greater Phoenix, Arizona area; customers come from all over the world. We cater to riders, from novice to experienced, singles to large groups, and lots of families with children ages 6 and up.
Our hourly horseback rides are, by and large, enjoyed by customers that simply want to get out of the city and spend some time on a horse in the Arizona sunshine.
The attraction to horses is almost indescribable, perhaps it is best understood by looking at the eons of loyal service horses have given to humans; this service is traded for our responsible care.
Horses take us away from the high pace of society, back to the down-to-earth ways of life and the Old West traditions; traditions that people like Tom Mix, John Wayne, Ben Johnson, and William Boyd stood for.