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Where to Stay

Oracle has a place for everyone to stay whether you are looking for a guest ranch or a place to stay off the trail. 

3C Ranch

Nestled in the Eastern side of the Santa Catalina Mountains, yet sprawling over 500 acres, 3C provides tranquil surroundings and breathtaking views. The ranch is a wonderful setting for almost any occasion. 3C features four separate houses: The Ranch House, Bunk House, Nixon House and Cottage.

El Rancho Robles

Offers an extraordinary opportunity to enjoy a romantic Wild West experience with the perfect mix of adventure and relaxation. Whether you are warming up by the campfire or enjoying the cool mountain breeze in the shade of the oaks, El Rancho Robles is a beautiful escape any time of year.

Triangle L Guest Ranch

Enjoy 50+ beautiful acres in Oracle, Arizona. Our Private Cottages are the perfect high-desert hideaway, secluded and carefree! From the bygone days of cattle wrangling and dude ranching to today's mission of hosting guests and celebrating art, nature, and history - Triangle L Ranch is a rich experience for all who visit. Book-a-Stay today 

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  Chalet Village Motel

Cozy A-frames are preferred by Arizona Trail hikers. This place has everything a hiker needs, and Jim and Marnie are great hosts.


Currently closed due to Covid-19. Will reopen at a later date. 

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High Jinks Ranch

The site of a gold mine once owned by Buffalo Bill Cody. In the 1920’s some of the folks from Cody’s Wild West and Congress of Rough Riders of the World stayed on to homestead here.

Arizona Zipline Adventures

Stay overnight and take in the beauty of the area.  Rustic cabins and camping spaces for tents are located inside the large corral on the Eastside of the property and provide incredible views of the Galiuro Mountains. 

Peppersauce Canyon Campground

Located at the foot of Mount Lemmon, this campground is tucked away in a shallow, tree-filled canyon cut by Peppersauce Creek through rolling foothills. Campsites are spread throughout a creekside oasis of enormous Arizona sycamores that cast deep shade in summer.        

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