Fossil Creek Ranch is located about one mile from the Fossil Creek trailhead leading to one of the three natural travertine springs in Arizona. You’ll be delighted with this sparkling, blue green water. The Indian ruins in the area leave us evidence of the remarkable history of the Native Americans who once lived here. Because of it’s perfect balance for physical relaxation and spiritual renewal. You’ll hike on some of Arizona’s most secluded mountain trails, while the llamas with you carry the packs and equipment. At an elevation of about 7,000 feet, you will travel on the Mogollon Rim through Ponderosa Pines and past many natural rock formations. You’ll learn some fascinating facts about llamas as pack animals as well as the various uses for their special wool. Hikes are half-days, and a healthy lunch is available (separately priced) and carried to the lunch area by our lovable llamas.Plan to visit Ranch At Fossil Creek Llc and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Pine attractions using our Pine trip planner.
You’ll need to bring: suitable hiking shoes,
a hat, water, sunscreen.
Half-Day Tour pricing do not include lunch. Reservations are required (contact us). Guided tour groups are welcome.
Ranch At Fossil Creek Llc reviews
If you get a moment, this is a cute little stop to visit. The llamas and other animals are really fun for the little guys.
If you get a moment, this is a cute little stop to visit. The llamas and other animals are really fun for the little guys. more »
Impossible to find. Drove around for 30 minutes trying to find. Need to add signage and check website directions.
Impossible to find. Drove around for 30 minutes trying to find. Need to add signage and check website directions. more »
Spent $60 on some great cheese and crackers expired over a year ago. Nasty! The cheese is great don't get me wrong and we bought some soaps we haven't used yet but the age of these $7 crackers makes..... more
Spent $60 on some great cheese and crackers expired over a year ago. Nasty! The cheese is great don't get me wrong and we bought some soaps we haven't used yet but the age of these $7 crackers makes..... more »
My little girl loved going. It's a small goat farm, you can go in and pet the goats, my toddler loved it, we bought some goat cheese (the chive) and so far she's ate half a tub! The soaps smelt amazing in the little store. If you're driving through it's worth a stop. Enjoyable for little ones and people who like to pet goats
Fiancé and I had a great time visiting this place. Owners were very sweet and I thoroughly enjoyed playing with the Goats and kids (baby goats) as well as walking the llamas. I also purchased some goat lotion and wow does it work!! Super moisturizing. Will definitely return.
Had high hopes for this place but was quickly let down. Found this place and the llama hikes looked like something fun and different to do and had good reviews. Tried to reserve a spot on the website and after three days of no contact, I decided to call them. First call went unanswered. Called a second time the next day and was told the person who was in charge was out at the moment and I would receive a call back that same day, never did. Called a third time, was told the website was down and that I'll have to reserve via phone, which is understandable because technology isn't always the most reliable. After a couple days, I finally recieved a call back to schedule the visit and was told that they could possibly do it the day and time I wanted, but "didn't want to" because they would be busy. So instead of replanning our whole vacation, we unfortunatly had to cut that out. Could've been avoided if there was a post on any advertising or social media that said they were unable to do certain activities at certain times. Hopefully we can get better communication and hopefully they aren't busy so we don't have to cater to their wants as a paying customer.
Great place but no longer open. Owner sold.
Wish we would of made it there. Pine, Strawberry, Payson (in that order - Rock)
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