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Bonnie Springs Ranch, Las Vegas

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  • I have never been on a horse before and was a little nervous but all the workers were amazing ! The horses were so good and trained very well. Our guide was awesome gave us some history as we rode. Th...  more »
  • Every time we visit Las Vegas we try to schedule a breakfast horseback ride. The place while rustic provides all the amenities as well as lots of animal walking round. This time was as good as anyone ...  more »
  • Living in LA, I've done LV to death. I wanted something bit different, and different we found. Bonnie Springs Ranch is the closest motel to Red Rock Canyon. It's got fun amenities for kids like pettin...  more »
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  • What a hidden gem! We passed Bonnie Springs Ranch entrance on our way through Red Rock Canyon and pulled in out of curiosity. Best decision ever! We had lunch at the restaurant - I had one of the freshest salads I've ever eaten and my boyfriend has equally delicious chicken fingers. We then explored the town and walked through the petting zoo area. $7 per person and all money goes towards the care of the animals who were the absolute friendliest and most social animals I've seen at a petting zoo. Loved this visit!
  • Bonnie Springs Ranch is absolutely beautiful. The animals were just stunning. We only had time to walk around the letting zoo and eat at the restaurant, but it was a really great experience. The food was DELICIOUS! (Get the bison burger, medium cooked. Trust me.) I had no idea there were such beautiful gems in Vegas. I can not wait to go back!
  • Bonnie Springs is very beautiful, based at the bottom of Red Rock Canyon. We enjoyed the petting zoo, especially the donkeys. The town overall is very cute, but a bit rundown. There are live shows and a wax museum. The train to take you to the park was out of service the day we went. We would have enjoyed a train ride. Overall it was a nice experience and a fun little stop on our way to Red Rock.
  • Hidden gem. Never shows up in marketing materials or any "Top 20 Lists" or any other lists for things to do in Las Vegas. I've been going to Las Vegas 3-4 times per year since 2002 and I only found out about this place in March 2017 from an episode of the TV show "Impractical Jokers". Went there expecting to have lunch and hang out about an hour to check it out. Ended up being there for 4 hours. Restaurant is rustic and authentic old western. Food was great (burgers, sandwiches, BBQ and such). The bread pudding for dessert was incredible. Entrance for all activities at the ranch was only $10 for adults and $7 for children. Included 3 live shows, short walk through a haunted shack, walk through wax musuem (supposedly really haunted), zoo +petting zoo, various Old West dioramas, shops, saloon and even a train ride. It's on the way to Red Rock Canyon and worth checking out. Free parking.
  • I wanted to book a group event for 60+ people. I left messages, sent emails and talked with several people. I could not get a call back and was told that the person that handles groups "is not in". I asked for the manager and was told "we don't have one". Really sad, I wanted to take my group of students there. We were ready to pay the $20 per person fee for admission and food. If you are planning a group event, beware... lack of people, lack of management.. would make me worry. I now have eight days to plan an alternate event.