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Cave Creek Trail Rides37019 North 32nd Street.
Cave Creek, AZ 85331
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Take Scottsdale Rd., North to Carefree Hwy. Go West 5 miles. Turn right on 32nd into park. OR take Interstate 17 North to Carefree Hwy. Go 7 miles East. Turn left on 32nd into park. Go 1.7 miles THROUGH the park gate, stay to the right. Cave Creek Trailrides is located up the hill on the left.
To reserve a guided horseback ride in the Phoenix area, give us a call toll free 1-877-942-6700 or if you are calling locally, dial us direct at 623-742-6700. We will respond to all e-mails to request information or for reservations for Phoenix, Arizona horseback riding as quickly as we are able. We love making reservations and will happily accept calls after hours so pick up the phone and give us a call for a memory making horseback ride during your stay in Phoenix, Arizona.
INFORMATION YOU NEED TO KNOW
Minimum age is 6 years old
Free pony rides for children under 6 years old
Maximum weight is 230 pounds
All rides are guided, walking horse trailrides
Because of safety, younger riders have their own horse and can be assisted by the guide.
By making a reservation we can guarantee you a horse for your horseback riding adventure. If you would like to stop in and chance availability please feel free to do so. Please plan to arrive one half hour prior to ride start time.
We are recreation service partners with Maricopa County Parks and Recreation
We accept Visa and MasterCard
Cave Creek Recreation Area is located on 32nd Street North off the Carefree Highway mid-way between Interstate 17 and Scottsdale Road. We are located inside the park. Cave Creek Recreation Area offers great views of the Sonoran Desert, as well as opportunities to step back in history 150 years when mining and ranching were a way of life here at Cave Creek. There is no better way to experience the desert than on a guided scenic horseback ride!
The park has a $6.00 entrance fee. Please stop and register when you enter the park. This money goes directly to trail maintenance and upkeep of the park.