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.
Cherry Valley Ranch B&B
Nestled in the Foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains lies the natural wilderness of Cherry Valley Ranch. The Ranch is situated on 100 acres of oak woodland terrain among ancient granite boulders. If it is peace and quiet, diverse wildlife, clear, sunny days and star filled nights you're searching for, you've come to the right place.
The 3C Ranch is nestled in the Eastern side of the Santa Catalina Mountains. With over 500 acres, 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
El Rancho Robles Guest Ranch 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 Ranch B&B
A beautiful B&B 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. Triangle L is a carefree environment to relax, slow down, watch birds, walk the sculpture park trails or simply enjoy a peaceful retreat for individuals, couples, families, and friends.
Arizona Zipline Adventures
Camping at Arizona Zipline Adventures Community Campground
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.