Getaway Today Package
Travel Package available through February 28, 2022
Travel Package including Lodging and Breakfast each morning of your stay Plus one ranch activity per person per night booked. Activities include Horseback Riding, Archery, and UTV Tours. Rates starting at $169 per night, based on double occupancy. Rates do not include tax and service charge. Rates vary depending on selected dates and room type. NOTE: This Package can only be booked on this Site.
Full Guest Ranch Package
Includes lodging, 3 meals daily, all Horseback Riding (except lessons), Archery, kid’s shooting (BB guns), soft drinks at the bar, bar snacks, Evening Entertainment, and Shuttle to Tombstone.
Working Ranch Package
This Cowboy Experience will include checking and moving cattle, riding and fixing fence, checking wells, cattle ponds and the dam. Ranch work will last 2 ½ to 6 hours daily and the activities will be set by ranch schedule and need. The Working Ranch Package is available weekdays, Monday through Friday. The regular Guest Ranch riding schedule is available for weekends and any other open time. The Working Ranch Package is available to riders 12 years and older.
The Cowboy Up Podcasts
Brought to you directly from the White Stallion Ranch. It’s straight talk about all things western: Ranching, Mustangs, Livestock, Land, People, History, Music, Books & Art and featuring in-depth discussions with notable guests. H. Alan Day of the Lazy B Ranch and Russell True of White Stallion Ranch, both prominent southern Arizona ranchers and lifelong cowboys, host this weekly podcast and share their knowledge, experiences, and appreciation of The West.
Dude rancher Russell True and cowboy H. Alan Day team up in Tucson, Arizona to talk all things Western. They’ll share adventures from the range, from the seat of a plane’s cockpit, from the back of a horse. (You may wonder how they lived to tell their tales!) And they’ll have a roundup of guests, Western writers, horse lovers, chuckwagon chefs, ranchers, nature lovers. It’s the West now and then.
What do you get when you mix a 35,000-acre South Dakota ranch with an excess of unadoptable wild horses imprisoned in feedlots and one heck of a brilliant idea? Alan Day’s answer: the first government-sponsored wild horse sanctuary. He knows because he started that sanctuary. Yep, 1500 wild mustangs came to live with him on his ranch and the whole bunch, including Alan and his cowboys, had more adventures than they could’ve ever imagined. Listen in to hear!