Sandy Valley Ranch is the perfect location for Las Vegas horseback trail rides. We like to say, “We’re 45 minutes, and 100 years from Las Vegas.” Ride amongst the creosote bushes and tumbleweeds on a friendly horse, selected just for your ability.
Sandy Valley Ranch is the only dude ranch in the region where:
• You won’t be riding nose to tail. We ride in friendly groups.
• All rides are private. You will be riding with your friends and our wrangler/s only
• All rides are tailored to your individual riding ability
• Experienced riders can trot or gallop on designated rides.*
• You can work with our unruly cattle on round ups or in the arena rustling them into a pen.
*Your safety and the safety of our horses is our prime concern. It is entirely up to the judgment of our experienced professional wranglers to determine if you can safely trot or gallup.
Check out the prices for Las Vegas horseback trail rides below, and give us a call to get started on your western adventure!
- Sit around our campfire with your friends and family and enjoy the stars of the magnificent Sandy Valley sky.
- Come and get it! Eat a hearty meal which includes a cowboy hamburger, french fries, dessert, and drink. Mmmmmmm!
- This package includes a 1 hour sunset or daytime trail ride on horseback through the mesquites and valleys of the mysterious Mojave Desert.
- Test your horsemanship by rustling up some cattle in our arena immediately following your trail ride.
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Frequently Asked Questions
It's been at least 20 years since I've been on a horse and my friend has never ridden. Can we still participate in these activities?
What is the youngest age a child can be to ride your horses?
What is the terrain like at Sandy Valley Ranch?
What should I wear and what are the temperatures at the ranch?
It’s best to wear long pants and cowboy boots or smooth soled shoes with heels. Tennis shoes work, just don’t let the horse step on you. Hiking boots with lug soles don’t work well, your foot could get stuck in the stirrup.
Most of the year it’s sunny and warm, but our daytime temperatures can range from the extremes of 100 plus degrees in the summer to 40 degrees in the winter. We ride in all seasons, so dress accordingly.