Oracle Rumble Accommodations
There are lots of affordable options for lodging right in the town of Oracle. Below is a partial list!
El Rancho Robles (1170 N. Rancho Robles Rd.), Get a 15% discount by calling (520) 896-7651 and telling them you are a part of the AZT Oracle Rumble! This restored dude ranch offers rooms and casitas in the oaks of the Catalina foothills.
Triangle L Ranch B & B (2805 N. Triangle L Ranch Rd.), (520) 623-6732
This B&B is nestled among giant oaks and boulders in the high desert foothills of the Catalina Mountains. Set on fifty secluded acres, with lovely whitewashed adobe buildings dating from the 1880s, Triangle L Ranch offers comfortable accommodations, privacy, easygoing hospitality, and the charm of a historic ranch setting.
Cherry Valley Ranch (2505 Mt. Lemmon Rd.), (520) 896-9639
The Ranch is a B&B situated on 100 acres of oak woodland terrain among ancient granite boulders. Guests stay in the ranch house or separate casitas. All rooms have a fireplace.
Chalet Village Motel (1245 W. American Ave.), (520) 896-9171
Charming A-frame rooms in the center of Oracle is part of the Arizona Trail experience. Contact Marney on her cell at (520) 904-2122.
High Jinks Ranch (33550 S. High Jinks Rd.), (520) 615-4666
Offers water, shade and shelter right on the Arizona Trail at an historic site once owned by Buffalo Bill Cody. The 50 Mile run passes right by High Jinks Ranch!. Meals, showers, laundry or B&B can be arranged – call ahead or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hay Creek Ranch (PO Box 5624), (605) 578-1142
Horse ranch with pull-through RV Sites, full hook-ups, tent camping, guest houses, covered corrals, arena, stable, tack room, bathrooms & laundry facilities, community room, etc.
The Lodge (712 N. Hwy. 77 in Mammoth), (520) 487-1904
Outdoor pool, views of the Galiuro Mountains, WiFi.
Arizona Zipline Adventures (35406 S. Mt. Lemmon Rd.), (520) 308-9350
Camping and cabins available, not to mention the fastest zip line in Arizona!
C.O.D. Ranch (37 S. Cod Ranch Rd.), (520) 896-9161
Located just one mile from the Arizona Trail, the Historic C.O.D. Ranch offers comfortable Southwestern casitas on their expansive ranch property. Email Eric for special rates for the AZT Oracle Rumble: email@example.com.
In the town of San Manuel:
San Manuel Lodge (666 W. 8th Ave.) – (520) 385-4340
Rancho San Manuel Mobile Home & RV Community (402 San Carlos Street) – (520) 385-4007 – for affordable RV parking.
There is tent camping within Oracle State Park, but it’s limited to 15 sites. Cost is $11 per tent per night. If you’d like to reserve one of these sites, please contact Oracle State Park at (520) 896-2425. This on-site camping option will fill up quickly.
Other than Oracle State Park, the nearest designated campground is Peppersauce Campground on the Coronado National Forest. Located six miles south on the Mt. Lemmon Control Road, this campground is tucked away in a shallow, tree-filled canyon cut by Peppersauce Creek through rolling foothills covered with grass, oaks and yucca. Campsites at Peppersauce are spread throughout a creekside oasis of enormous Arizona sycamores and Arizona walnut trees that cast deep shade in summer and a touch of color in autumn. Sites are first-come first-served, and one group site is available. For more information on Peppersauce Campground please click here.
If you’re looking for a wild and primitive camping experience for free, drive west of Peppersauce Campground on FR 29 — you must have a high-clearance vehicle to access this area — and look for numerous sites located on both sides of the road for the next 5 miles. The road deteriorates with each mile, FYI.
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