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Property LocationStagecoach Trails Guest Ranch is located in Yucca. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer.
- The nearest airports are: McCarran Intl. Airport (LAS) - 237.9 km / 147.8 mi
- Lake Havasu City, AZ (HII-Lake Havasu City Municipal) - 59.5 km / 37 mi .The preferred airport for Stagecoach Trails Guest Ranch is McCarran Intl. Airport (LAS).
RoomsMake yourself at home in one of the 14 air-conditioned guestrooms. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms with bathtubs or showers ...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Food & Beveragerestaurant
Pool and wellness facilitiesOutdoor Pool
Business Facilities / FacilitiesMeeting Rooms
Reviewed 14 november, 2021
What an awesome experience! The staff and wranglers were so friendly and accommodating! The views were spectacular! Definitely going back with daughters and grandkids!! Thank you for the delicious meals and the bonfires!
Amazing Trip!! Everything you should know as a newbie!
Reviewed 12 november, 2021
A trip of a lifetime. We will not forget this one because it’s not your ordinary beach trip. This is secluded desert, history, horses, family bonding and so much more. You will not regret booking a stay here. If you are planning this trip, read below for suggestions especially if you’ve never been to a Dude ranch before. Starting with staff. They are AMAZING people. So kind and good hearted. Owners: I could 100% tell the owners wanted their guests to feel relaxed and happy. They were so very sweet and always had something awesome planned for the evening nights. You will especially love the old west shootings. Wranglers: The wranglers were an absolute joy to be around. I think we spent most our time hanging out with Justin who is probably one of the coolest cowboys I’ve ever met. He is such a delight and so funny. Ask him how to rope and he will teach you I’m sure! Cannot forget…. I hope if you get the opportunity to go, you get to experience a night time dance with Wes. He is seriously one of a kind and so genuine. His facial expressions were the best and smile is contagious. Mae is so sweet and adorable!!! We loved her when she went out with us. She rides so beautifully and you can tell she just loves being there and being with the horses. Kitchen staff: Kalie!!!! My gosh this girl is so sweet and always was so kind to help serve meals. Note to English riders… me being one. (I never rode western before). It is definitely different to neck rein. But give it a chance. It took me about a day to let go of the contact bit reining and be more cowgirl like. I did still wear my helmet though. After all, you’re on an animal in rocky terrain. I brought my own but I did see helmets available to use. Or you could just wear a cowboy hat! Food: Ohhh my goodness!! Every day was something different. I was so impressed with the meals. At specific time, the meal bell will ring. You head into the cafeteria lodge and sit down with everyone on site including the staff. Make sure to try the bacon, sausage links, brioche French toast, salads were so delicious (those are offered every night), etc. everything served was delicious. I felt so spoiled not having to cook one meal for a whole week. And also know everything served was homemade and not fast food. We really looked forward to meal time. Rooms: We stayed in the Mohave and Rawhide suite # 12 which offered a Queen, bunk bed(with futon on bottom), full bathroom. I was a little disappointed to not have a king bed only because my husband is a bigger guy and it was pretty uncomfortable to be rolling into one another all night so I slept on the bottom of bunk bed on futon a few times. The room was clean and had a dresser and space to hang up clothes. Also had air conditioning. Lodge,pool,activities: There were always things to do. And it was amazing to just take naps in between the horse back rides. The lodge has a poker table, pool table, a beautiful fire place, a bar, refrigerator with soda/beer (you do have to pay for those). There’s a hot tub with a pool. Goat pen, Donkeys , llama and mini horses you can walk around the ranch. Bike rides (I didn’t see anyone on these but I’m sure they do get used ). You can take out the metal detectors to search for old relics. If you have kids, other guests on site might have kids too - encourage your kids to GO PLAY. My 10 yr old met 3 other 10 yr old girls and had such a blast running around and playing with the animals. You can go shoot bow and arrows down by the arena. The list goes on! I promise you will never be bored, I assure you of that. Horse Rides: You have the opportunity to go out twice a day for approx 2 hours. Or you can do all day rides out to the mines or parts of the mountains. My daughter did not ride before this trip and after a few rides out and a time out in the barrel arena, she LOVES riding. She actually starting loping(cantering) and I was so impressed!! Wrangler Mae was AMAZING teaching her and being encouraging. If you don’t want to ride, try going out on a wagon ride, go exploring on ATVs or a Humvee ride out to the mines. You would just swatch out your ride for one of these other things. Also, wranglers don’t mind if you want to do shorter rides. My husband has sciatica issues and if he would go out on rides, he would ask for short rides and the wranglers were totally fine with it. Horses: They will match your experience level, body weight, height up to the horses. Try not to be rude and ask for a new horse every time. When we were there, larger women, apparently experienced riders kept wanting to change horses because they didn’t like them and being a rider myself and knowing horses can carry up to certain weights was so frustrated for the ranch. The wranglers were so kind and really tried to accommodate their requests but it comes to a point when you don’t have horses that can carry a large person. Anyway! The horses!! There is a huge selection of horses. Make sure to check out the horse catalog in the lodge. It gives you all the details on each horse. I rode 2 non gaited horses and at the end of the trip, I rode a spotted saddle gaited horse. Mind you, I rode English Hunt seat and never ridden a gaited horse before. Oh my goodness! I wish I could remember his name but he was black and white. My favorite horse I rode all week. My husband rode Tiny and Dozer. He actually preferred Dozer. Tiny is a 18.2 hand Belgian that makes his own path because he is so big! Absolutely beautiful horse. Dozer was closer to 17 hands and that made him feel safer being closer to the ground. lol. My daughter rode an older sweet QH most of the week. After she went loping, she got the opportunity to ride another younger QH and she loved that! I will say, they do such a great job with their horses and they are husband safe - child safe approved. Extras off site: Leave the premises and go to Route 66. Visit the town Oatman. Stunning drive! And you’ll see random donkeys in the road. Go to Grand Canyon for a day. Check out Hoover dam on your drive in or drive out. Go explore! It’s so worth it. Extras on site: We went on a Humvee ride to the mines. A little pricey but SO worth it. You can ride horses up to the site for free but cmon’! You can’t miss out on an old military Humvee. We also shot some cool guns! Tristan took us out in Humvee and was so knowledgeable!!!! He is pretty bad to the bone cool for such a young dude on a ranch. He really knows his stuff. Plan a trip out with Tristan! It’s 200% worth it. Suggestions for newcomers: 1.Bring extra clothes. I suggest pack at least 4-5 extra of each item. You will change a lot especially after each ride, you get sweaty and stinky. 2. Bring a few “nice” blouses you can wear for dinner. 3. Bring your own shampoo & conditioner bottles. & soap - You will want to shower daily if not twice sometimes after being out in the heat. You will go through it fast. 4. Bring lotion and chapstick! It is dry desert 5. Bring riding boots of some sort. Don’t buy anything with a slick bottom. You don’t want to lose stirrups. 6. Bring a jacket/sweater for fall winter time. It’s nice and warm during day, but the night can get chilly. 7. Walmart- we stopped at Walmart on our drive to the ranch- we grabbed a fan, snacks for the room, soda, purified water, candy treats, a few extra pillows. We used ALL of these things the entire week. 8. Bring ibuprofen, Tylenol, any sinus meds, sanitizer, bandaids and Neosporin. You never know and you are so far from the city to get these items quickly. 9. I ordered from Amazon before the trip Deep Blue Rub. Riding in that type of terrain made me so sore. The deep blue really helped my muscles after a hot shower. 10. Bring your cowboy wear and don’t be shy! Everyone wears it here. 11. Sunscreen!! Again- hot desert sun 12. Jeans or riding pants. Either are good. 13. Bandana for the windy days. If windy and you go riding, you may face windy desert sand 14. Car rental- try to rent a suv with possibly 4x4 15. Sand roads getting to the ranch- don’t drive slow- it’s just a bumpy miserable ride. Drive 45+ and it’ll be smooth. 16. FOLLOW the websites directions. Do NOT use GPS. 17. Get car snacks! Bring a few books and magazines! Suggestions for owners: 1. Endurance saddles for people who typically ride English but are still meant for the terrain. These are slightly similar to the western saddle with no horn but it is raised higher in front. 2. Upgrade beds to kings. 3. Add shampoo/conditioner/“woman” items / lotion/ / sunscreen/ chapstick - to your mini store :) 4.snack and soda selection was a little disappointing. We went out in middle of week to get Coke & Mt. Dew. Maybe even offer refrigerated snacks for sale- like pb&j or premade sandwiches or Veges with dip. Overall! This trip was AMAZING. We stayed for a week, we were so relaxed and didn’t worry about a thing because the ranch staff makes you feel that way. You will love everything about this place and will be heartbroken to leave. Which explains why they have so many return guests from literally around the world. Thank you to STGR for everything. We will be back for sure.
A true experience of the Beautiful West!
Reviewed 24 october, 2021
As we drove to the property we were in awe at the beautiful desert and mountains all around us. We entered onto the ranch property and immediately felt that we went back in time. There are not only amazing horses , their are goats, a lama, donkeys and ponies! The property is beautiful, the buildings are adobe. We stayed in the Navaho room. Although it was awesome, we spent very little time there. The property owners/ family ; Jp, Trish, Tristen, Mae (we didn’t meet their youngest son, Cayden) welcome you and share their lifestyle with you. They are generous, friendly, and share their knowledge of horse riding, the western history and anything you might have questions about. Their staff, wranglers, cooks, are amazing. Our wrangler Justin was so much fun! He truly cares about the guests and gives his all to make sure your riding experience is all that you want. We went on a couple of Humvee rides to see the old corrals , abandoned mines, a 300 year old cactus, old cemetery’s..... and I have to say, most of this is authentic and absolutely amazing! The horse rides are also done in these mountains. The food is all home cooked, and absolutely delicious! The McCormicks welcome you as if they known you all their lives. This vacation/ experience is by far one of the best times we’ve ever had. If you have never experienced the west, this is the place to go! You will not be disappointed!
Amazing Ranch Vacation
Reviewed 30 september, 2021
We had the absolute best time at STGR! The whole experience definitely exceeded our expectations! JP and Trish went above and beyond to make us feel welcome! The wranglers were amazing! Justin was hilarious and my daughter thinks Mae hung the moon! She helped her so much with barrel racing and was so encouraging to her! The horses were beautiful and so sweet. We loved riding through the desert and my daughter loved loping! We loved the minis and Buttons the donkey! The sunsets and sunrises were gorgeous. So quiet and peaceful! We learned so much from Tristan on the amazing Humvee ride to see the 300 year old cactus!! The food was beyond delicious! Fresh, homemade, and lots of variety! Sitting by the fire at night with all the staff and guests was so much fun. The hot tub and pool were great too! We truly left feeling like family! We are definitely planning to return. I would recommend this ranch to anyone!! Excellent experience!! Thank you STGR!
This is a must see !
Reviewed 16 august, 2021
Stagecoach trails guest ranch is a must see and do . The owners J.p and Trish are wonderful hosts, along with there sons Tristan and Cayden know there stuff.. they were friendly helpful,and very informative on any questions or concerns. The staff is friendly and welcoming . We felt right at home . The horseback rides were so much fun with beautiful sunrises and sunsets. The three meals a day were very tasty. A nice variety. Compliments to the cook Randy and his staff Roberta and Alexa. I was never hungry . The rooms are nicely made with cold AC. We will definitely be back and bring more family. This is a great place for the kids. Oh and the pool and jacuzzi were perfect. Mahalo Crystal