OK Corral, Inc.
    Horseback Trail Rides and Camp stove dinners!
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Nicholas' Review:
   We got to go on a REALLY long ride and when we got back they had a cookout for all of us riders. It was like we were camping because they cooked the food over a campfire. It tasted soooooo great! The other cool thing was when our trail guide told us lots of scary ghost stories about stuff that happened in the Superstition Mountains!


Melissa's Notes:
   The OK Corral, Inc., situated just a few miles from Apache Junction, prides itself on being the premier horseback trail riding establishment in all of Arizona! Licensed as US Forest Service Outfitters and Guides, the Corral staff are knowledgeable horse people who confidently lead groups of tourists through the beautiful scenic Superstition Mountains. It doesn't matter if a customer is a total newbie who has never stepped into the saddle or an experienced rider who has been riding for years, the OK Corral has safe, reliable horses that are accustomed to traveling the beautiful, yet rugged mountain terrain.

   In addition to having a well-educated and experienced field staff of guides and horses, the OK Corral has several different trail rides to choose from. Customers can select from basic rides lasting anywhere from one to four hours (prices vary by the hour), or for those looking to explore the area in depth, there are pack trips lasting from one to three days. Make sure you call a few days ahead of time to reserve your ride times since the rides fill up very quickly. I found the Steak Dinner ride to be a great experience! The ride lasted about an hour and a half and wrapped up with a delicious cowboy style meal! It was amazing!

   Note: Children are judged by their size and riding ability to determine whether or not they will be able to ride independently. Children too small to ride independently are hand walked for their protection.




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Admission (subject to change):
One hour ride - $35/rider
Two hour ride - $60/rider
Additional trail prices vary. Check website or call the Corral directly to find out pricing.
A 15% gratuity is appreciated by the trail guides.

Phone Numbers:
480.982.4040

Hours(subject to change):
Winter Hours - 9:00am - 5:00pm every day
Summer Hours - 8:00-10:00am AND 5:00 - 7:00pm every day

Web:
www.okcorrals.com

Drive Directions:
If coming from the Tempe, Scottsdale, or Phoenix areas:
   1. Take the 202 Red Mountain Freeway (east) to Brown Road. (exit 26)
   2. Turn left (east) on Brown Road
   3. Go about 5 miles and turn left (north) on Idaho Road and go up to McKellips Blvd.
   4. Turn right (east) on McKellips Blvd.
   5. Go about 2 miles to the end of McKellips Blvd. and turn left (north) on Cortez Road.
   6. Go about a "stone's throw" on Cortez Rd. and turn right (east) at our sign, on to Whiteley St.

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