Cave Creek Trail Rides would like to thank you for your support and to invite you to take one more ride before we close. Spring flowers are blooming in the Sonoran Desert coloring the hills and mountains, which is the perfect time to schedule your ride at Cave Creek Trail Rides.
Mother’s Day is held the second Sunday in May which lands on the 12th this year. Have you thought about what you are going to give mom? If you are looking to do something different from the ordinary as flowers and a card, how about scheduling a 1 hour or 1.5 hour horseback trail ride through the Sonoran Desert while the wildflower season is in full bloom. This would make Mother’s day extra special by scheduling a horseback trail ride for the whole family to spend quality time with mom on her day.
Cave Creek Trail Rides is honoring Mother’s Day with a ½ off special for mom. Mom will receive ½ off her ride and a flower after the ride is done. This special is good May10th-12th 2013. This will be a relaxing, fun time for mom, away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. She will be surprised at how peaceful things are out here. What more could a mom want than to be with her loved ones for the day, being outside in the beautiful Cave Creek Regional Park, surrounded by a picturesque view of mountains covered with saguaros and wildflowers.
Last year Bonnie Leggett and her daughter took the 1.5 hour ride on Mother’s Day. Bonnie said, “This was a special time doing this with my daughter. We are going to make this an annual event.” The trail rides offer a special bonding experience. Don’t worry if mom has not ridden before, because with the gentle horses at Cave Creek will make it easy for a beginner to ride. Make memories for a lifetime with a Mother’s Day Ride this year.
Sunday, May 12, 2013, also wraps up this seasons horseback riding at Cave Creek Trail Rides. The owners Deb and Jeff Bitton will pack up their> saddles, horses, and staff to begin operations back in Stanley, Idaho; where everyone can enjoy the break from high temperatures of Arizona’s summer heat. Horseback rides are available to everyone, ages six and up. Children who are younger than six can enjoy a pony ride in the corral. A wrangler will lead a gentle kid’s horse in an enclosed area where they can enjoy being a young cowboy or cowgirl. Adults and children may dress up in authentic cowboy gear for wonderful photo opportunities. To make the photo more western, grab a lasso or a toy gun while standing in front of the corrals of horses. Smile and yell Yee Haw! Let’s Ride!