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Apache County

  • Hidden Meadow Ranch - Horse-drawn sleigh rides, Horseback riding, Sledding, Snowshoeing
    620 County Road 1325, Greer, AZ 85927. Phone: (866) 333-4080. Alternate phone: (928) 333-1000. Directions: located in the White Mountains of Arizona. Ranch-sponsored activities include Horseback riding through the snow (weather permitting), Horse-drawn sleigh rides, Sledding, Snowshoeing, Back-country excursions via our exclusive 24-passenger SnowCat, Ice fishing, Cross-country skiing on the area's groomed trails, Skiing and snowboarding at Sunrise Ski Resort, within 30 minutes of the Lodge (lift tickets for sale at Ranch), Soaking in the hot tub, Reading and board games in the library, Woodworking, Leatherworking, Snowman building. Sleigh rides are included in the "rancher's package" (last checked, it was around $525-$600 a night), which includes three gourmet meals a day, lodging and all ranch-sponsored activities
  • Snowy Mountain Stables - Sleigh rides (weather permitting), horseback riding trips for children and adults
    Highway 273 (At the base of Sunrise Park Resort), Greer, AZ 85927. Phone: 928 735-7449Directions: Located at the base of Sunrise Park Resort. ,  provides . If there is enough snow in the winter, they also provide sleigh rides. Open: seven days a week. Payment: cash only.
  • Sunrise Park Resort - tubing, Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing
    12 Miles West of Greer, Greer, AZ 85927. Phone: 928-735-7669. Email: sunrise@sunriseskipark.com. Directions: about 220 miles from central Phoenix. Take Arizona 87 (Beeline Highway) north to Payson, then Arizona 260 east through Show Low and Pinetop-Lakeside to Arizona 273, on the Fort Apache Reservation. Turn right (south) on Arizona 273. Sunrise Park Lodge is about 4 miles south, and the Sunrise Ski Area is about 3 miles past the lodge. Known for its downhill ski runs, Sunrise also offers tubing, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Tubing hill is behind Lake Ono, off the main entrance. In 2017, Tube rentals were $8 a day, or you can bring your own tube. Sleigh rides were $22 per person for a 30-minute ride, and $30 for a 60-minute ride.
  • Wiltbank Trail Rides - NO Christmas trees, instead: Sleigh rides and horseback riding
    38735 State Route 373, Greer, AZ 85927-9720. Phone: (928) 245-0171. Alternate phone: 928-735-5474. Email: info@wiltbanktrailrides.com. Payment: Cash Or Check Only. Wiltbank Trail Rides can create a horse back ride that is sure to please. Our trail rides very from 1hr to all day,with an overnight package available. Our rental Horses and trail rides are perfect for all levels of riders, from very novice to the most experienced, Children 6yrs old to the elderly can all enjoy a scenic guided trail ride, along mountain streams, around Grassy Meadows, and through tall stands of ponderosa pine forest, full of wildflowers and beautiful ground foliage, and many species of wildlife may be seen along the trails,or If Horseback riding is not your thing you might enjoy a wagon ride around the area. Winter can also be full of fun with horse drawn sleigh rides over the glistening snow, Or some prefer horseback riding through the snow covered pines. Whatever you may prefer young or young at hart, small groups or large, we look forward to having a great time with you. Permitted to ride in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest.

Coconino County

  • Cowboy's Service AZ Carriage Co - carriage rides, sleigh rides
    P.O. box 494, Williams, AZ 86046. Phone: (928) 635-2152. Alternate phone:  (602)679-3866. Email: AZCarriageCompany@hotmail.com. We provide horse-drawn transportation for all your event needs, including Weddings, Birthday Parties, Parades, Funerals, or Special Events of any kind. We serve the entire state of Arizona from our ranch in Williams. We offer an array of carriages to best serve your needs, from the romantic Vis-a-Vis to the multi-passenger Surrey.  Call about sleigh-ride rates.
  • Hitchin' Post Stables - clseigh rides, horseback riding
    4848 Lake Mary Road, Flagstaff, AZ 86001. Phone: (928) 774-1719. Directions: in Flagstaff and about 4 miles east of I-17 on Lake Mary Road. A horse for every rider, whether you're 8 or 88, we have the perfect mount for you. Ride through northern Arizona's most beautiful scenery. Feel at home with your expert wrangler as he or she guides you through breathtaking canyons and parks. If you watch closely, you can see wildlife in its abundance, or a cowboy at work with his cattle. We know you'll enjoy the ride on our top-quality animals.†The Hitchin' Post Stables operates under special use permit with the Coconino National Forest. Besides the sleigh ride dinners, there are sleigh rides without dinner and a variety of horseback rides when there isn't a lot of snow on the ground. Last year's price for the dinner sleigh ride was $40.00 per person for a 2 hour ride. Choice of steak, chicken or vegetarian
  • Wing Mountain Snow Play area - sledding hills,  skiing, snowshoeing
    Forest Road 222B, Flagstaff, AZ. . Phone: 928-226-0493. Open: 9 am to 4 pm, daily. Directions: It's about 150 miles from central Phoenix. Take I-17 north to Milton Road into downtown Flagstaff, then U.S. 180 north. At mile marker 226, 2.8 miles past Snowbowl Road, turn left onto Forest Road 222B in Coconino National Forest . This area offers small sledding hills and moguls for tots, as well as areas for skiing, snowshoeing and other snow play. Food and hot drinks are available. Last year prices were $12 per vehicle, admission. Sleds are available for purchase.

Maricopa County

  • Superstition Farm - NO trees for sale; instead they offer winter hay rides, gift shop, restrooms, picnic area, petting zoo, farm animals, birthday parties, weddings and wedding parties, school tours, events at your location (call for info)
    3440 S. Hawes Road, Mesa, AZ 85212. Phone: 480-986-7781. Fax: 480 986 7781. Email: info@SuperstitionFarm.com. Directions: 202 San Tan Freeway, exit Elliot Road, west to Hawes, north to Farm. Click here for current open hours, days and dates. And for a map to our farm, click here. Crops are usually available in January, February, March, April, May, September, October, November, December. Open: Saturday, 10 am to 3 pm During the week by reservation. Farm Tours by reservation. Payment: Cash, Check, Visa/MasterCard, Discover. Fresh eggs, butter, jams, honey, fruits and vegetables.
    Comments from a visitor on December 07, 2010: "Not selling trees this year, FYI"
    Christmas tree varieties:
    PreCut varieties: Douglas Fir, Grand Fir, Noble Fir.

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