Birding Special Package
Southeastern Arizona is world renowned for birding and our location provides easy access to many wonderful viewing areas such as the Ramsey Canyon Preserve where there are 15 species of hummingbirds to discover, White Water Draw State Wildlife area known for the spectacular Sand Hill Cranes, and the San Pedro Riparian area.

Package includes:

Lodging in one of our 17 historically inspired rooms.

Breakfast in the dining room or at the Chuckwagon (3 days per week, weather permitting) Lunch, either at the Ranch or a sack lunch to take on your birding adventures, plus a three course, home cooked dinner.

Use of Ranch amenities: Swimming pool, Hot-Tub, Bar, Lounge, Game Zone.

Evening entertainment.

Available for an extra charge: Horseback Riding, Instructed Shooting, Instructed Archery, UTV adventure Tours.

For more information on birding in Cochise County, please visit https://www.explorecochise.com/Bird-watching

Birding Package
Package includes room and 3 meals per day.  
Summer
May 16-Sept. 30, 2019
Mid Season
Oct 1-Dec 16, 2019
Jan 1-Feb 14, 2019
In season
Feb. 15-May 15, 2019
Dec. 17-Dec. 31, 2019
Standard Single $149 $169 $189
Standard Double $189 $209 $229
Deluxe Single $169 $189 $209
Deluxe Double $209 $229 $249
Junior Single $169 $189 $209
Junior Double $209 $229 $249
Premium Single $199 $219 $239
Premium Double $239 $259 $279
3rd and 4th person, same room, existing beds $75. per person, per night
6.1% tax and 15% service charge not included

 

Relax, Eat and Sleep Package
This package is ideal for those of who just want to kick back and relax.  Package includes room, three meals per day, full use of Ranch amenities.  Evening entertainment also included.

Other Ranch Activities:

  • Horseback riding
  • Shooting
  • UTV Ride
  • Archery
  • Ranch Shuttle to Tombstone

(available at additional charge)

Relax, Eat and Sleep Package
Package includes room and 3 meals per day.  
Summer
May 16-Sept. 30, 2019
Mid Season
Oct 1-Dec 16, 2019
Jan 1-Feb 14, 2019
In season
Feb. 15-May 15, 2019
Dec. 17-Dec. 31, 2019
Standard Single $149 $169 $189
Standard Double $189 $209 $229
Deluxe Single $169 $189 $209
Deluxe Double $209 $229 $249
Junior Single $169 $189 $209
Junior Double $209 $229 $249
Premium Single $199 $219 $239
Premium Double $239 $259 $279
3rd and 4th person, same room, existing beds $75. per person, per night
6.1% tax and 15% service charge not included

Fall Roundup Week at Tombstone Monument Ranch/47 Ranch - September 28-October 3, 2019
We offer another opportunity to take part in an authentic cattle roundup, in a unique setting, where historic and modern methods of ranching combine to make this a once in a lifetime experience.

Join Dennis and Deb Moroney on the historic 47 Ranch just 25 minutes from Tombstone Monument Ranch.

 

The 47 Ranch is beautifully located in classic Southern Arizona grassland and extends all the way into alpine country in the Mule Mountains.  The Moroneys have protected their private land through conservation easements ensuring this part of Arizona will remain despite its beauty, a ranch in perpetuity.

This ranch is the perfect blend of old and new.  The Moroneys are among the first in the United States to breed Criollo Cattle; the cattle that Columbus brought to the New World on his second voyage.  The cattle then remained isolated in the Copper Canyon area of Mexico where the Tarahumara Indians used them as oxen, for meat and milk.  Genetic testing has shown that this herd remained pure Spanish cattle.  This breed has several unique and important characteristics that includes, disease and predator resistance, ability to thrive on scarce forage, natural and easy birthing, healthy fat and surprisingly tender beef right off the range (No unhealthy feed lots needed).    The 47 ranch uses cutting edge technology and doctoral students to study the grazing patterns, feed and the results then found in the 100% natural beef they produce.  Still all the cattle work is done the old way, quietly, calmly, and slowly. All intended to keep cattle stress to a minimum and growth maximized.  The 47 Ranch is also completely sustainable; off the grid, totally depending on solar and wind power.  The Moroneys also raise Churro Sheep; the original Spanish Sheep.  Lamb is produced and Wool is sheared and used in Deb’s hand woven blankets and other traditional wool products.

The Moroneys are 30 plus year veterans of cattle ranching in Arizona who are using today’s technology to make the traditional ranching techniques of the late 19th and early 20th century work in a sustainable and healthy way in the modern world.

This 5 -night Roundup, cattle work, and riding experience includes:

  • All lodging at Tombstone Monument Ranch
  • 3 Meals daily with Breakfast and Dinner at Tombstone Monument and a sack lunch on roundup days at 47 Ranch. Otherwise lunch will be at TMR.
  • Transportation between ranches on roundup days.
  • 1 day of riding and cattle work training at Tombstone Monument Ranch
  • 3 days of Roundup and cattle work at the 47 Ranch

A brief schedule for the roundups
Sat Sept 28th – Arrival
Sun Sept 29th – Riding and Cattle work training at Tombstone Monument Ranch
Mon Sept 30th – Roundup at 47 Ranch
Tues Oct 1st – Roundup at 47 Ranch
Wed Oct 2nd – Roundup at 47 Ranch
Thurs Oct 3rd – Departure

Some regular trail and arena riding will be done at Tombstone Monument Ranch prior to the roundup for guests to get to know their horse. We will also have a Wrangler training guests how to work cattle prior to the roundup.

A Tombstone Monument Ranch wrangler will be on the Roundup, but riders will be on their own at times and expected to follow the “rules of the ranch” and basic cattle working principles learned at TMR.  The 47 Ranch Cowboys/Cowgirls will be in charge at all times and will guide you throughout.

Comments from previous roundup:
“a wonderful and fulfilling week”, “terrific learning opportunity” “all participants had a great time”
“I really enjoyed the opportunity of riding independently”

Cost
Per Person Single Occupancy $1800
Per Person Double Occupancy $1550
Rates include airport transfer (Tucson Airport)
Not included are 15% service charge and 6.1% tax

 

Family Reunion/Multigenerational Vacation - mid May through September

KIDS STAY FREE
(available Mid May through September)

In an ever growing, more distant world bring your family back together at Tombstone Monument Ranch.  Share in the experience of the great outdoors and history of the wild west, make memories that last a lifetime whether it is on one of our exciting activities or over a home cooked meal.

We offer:
A location which works for flexible and tranquil downtime
Spacious rooms
Private dining room for family meals and togetherness
A lounge for relaxing or family games
Guided horseback riding for all age 5 or above
Swimming pool and hot tub
Archery
BB Gun shooting for the kids
Evening entertainment

Extra activities:  Shooting 1880 guns, riding lessons, UTV rides, and saloon. (additional fee applies)
10% discount for Grandparents (minimum 5 nights stay)
Kids stay free when sharing room with parents (2 beds per room)

Holiday Special - Nov 26th 2019 to Dec 16th 2019
Four nights Five days
Double Occupancy = $750.- +tax and service charge (187.50 Extra night)
Single Occupancy = $840.- + tax and service charge (210.00 Extra night)
Third Person Rate = $480.- + tax and service charge (120.00 Extra night)

Seven nights Eight days
Double Occupancy = $1260.- +tax and service charge (180.00 Extra night)
Single Occupancy = $1420.- + tax and service charge (202.85 Extra night)
Third Person Rate = $790.- + tax and service charge (112.85 Extra night)

Package is for Nov 26th 2019 to Dec 16th 2019
*Package rates are for Best Available Rooms – book early

Katherine Barbarite of Whispering Hooves - February 23 -March 1,, 2020
“Partnership & Confidence Building Horsemanship”
presents “Wild West Outpost” Riding Workshop
Wild West Outpost 2020 Info
at Tombstone Monument Ranch – February 23 -March 1,, 2020 .
Spring Roundup Week at Tombstone Monument Ranch/47 Ranch - March 7 – March 12, 2020

We offer another opportunity to take part in an authentic cattle roundup, in a unique setting, where historic and modern methods of ranching combine to make this a once in a lifetime experience.

Join Dennis and Deb Moroney on the historic 47 Ranch just 25 minutes from Tombstone Monument Ranch.

 

The 47 Ranch is beautifully located in classic Southern Arizona grassland and extends all the way into alpine country in the Mule Mountains.  The Moroneys have protected their private land through conservation easements ensuring this part of Arizona will remain despite its beauty, a ranch in perpetuity.

This ranch is the perfect blend of old and new.  The Moroneys are among the first in the United States to breed Criollo Cattle; the cattle that Columbus brought to the New World on his second voyage.  The cattle then remained isolated in the Copper Canyon area of Mexico where the Tarahumara Indians used them as oxen, for meat and milk.  Genetic testing has shown that this herd remained pure Spanish cattle.  This breed has several unique and important characteristics that includes, disease and predator resistance, ability to thrive on scarce forage, natural and easy birthing, healthy fat and surprisingly tender beef right off the range (No unhealthy feed lots needed).    The 47 ranch uses cutting edge technology and doctoral students to study the grazing patterns, feed and the results then found in the 100% natural beef they produce.  Still all the cattle work is done the old way, quietly, calmly, and slowly. All intended to keep cattle stress to a minimum and growth maximized.  The 47 Ranch is also completely sustainable; off the grid, totally depending on solar and wind power.  The Moroneys also raise Churro Sheep; the original Spanish Sheep.  Lamb is produced and Wool is sheared and used in Deb’s hand woven blankets and other traditional wool products.

The Moroneys are 30 plus year veterans of cattle ranching in Arizona who are using today’s technology to make the traditional ranching techniques of the late 19th and early 20th century work in a sustainable and healthy way in the modern world.

This 5 -night Roundup, cattle work, and riding experience includes:

  • All lodging at Tombstone Monument Ranch
  • 3 Meals daily with Breakfast and Dinner at Tombstone Monument and a sack lunch on roundup days at 47 Ranch. Otherwise lunch will be at TMR.
  • Transportation between ranches on roundup days.
  • 1 day of riding and cattle work training at Tombstone Monument Ranch
  • 3 days of Roundup and cattle work at the 47 Ranch

A brief schedule for the roundup:
Sat Mar 7th – Arrival
Sun Mar 8th – Riding and Cattle work training at Tombstone Monument Ranch
Mon Mar 9th – Roundup at 47 Ranch
Tues Mar 10th – Roundup at 47 Ranch
Wed Mar 11th – Roundup at 47 Ranch
Thurs Mar 12th – Departure

Some regular trail and arena riding will be done at Tombstone Monument Ranch prior to the roundup for guests to get to know their horse. We will also have a Wrangler training guests how to work cattle prior to the roundup.

A Tombstone Monument Ranch wrangler will be on the Roundup, but riders will be on their own at times and expected to follow the “rules of the ranch” and basic cattle working principles learned at TMR.  The 47 Ranch Cowboys/Cowgirls will be in charge at all times and will guide you throughout.

Comments from previous roundup:
“a wonderful and fulfilling week”, “terrific learning opportunity” “all participants had a great time”
“I really enjoyed the opportunity of riding independently”

Cost
Per Person Single Occupancy $2240
Per Person Double Occupancy $1975
Rates include airport transfer (Tucson Airport)
Not included are 15% service charge and 6.1% tax


 

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