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Expectations of a special hideaway awaiting at the end of a beautiful high desert road are more than fulfilled on entering the gate of Juniper Well Ranch. The grandeur of rustic Arizona with Alligator Juniper and the bucolic, visual splendor of the Old West leads...More
What a jewel! No place, I repeat no place in the world is like the ranch and we've been a place or two over the last 50 years. Dave & Linda, your hospitality is the best. Our family reunions at the ranch are the highlight...More
My family and I literally stumbled upon Juniper Well Ranch 10 years and to say it’s “off the beaten path” is an understatement. Nestled in the heart of the Prescott National Forest between the majestic Granite Mountain and the closer Tonto, the ranch is an...More
The photos on the website are deceiving. While we did not stay here and glad we didn't, the place was booked over the weekend for a family reunion, this place is defintely off the beaten path. Road into the valley is unimproved, very bumpy. Horses...More
Response from Dave B, Owner at Juniper Well RanchResponded 29 December 2011
Thank you for driving to our secluded ranch to check it out. (yes the county maintained dirt road can be challenging). We do encourage you to call ahead so we can adequately show you around. Bathrooms are available to our guests and visitors. Our ranch...More
hey is it toyota camery accessible in early January?
21 October 2014|
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Response from Naturesbest2012 | Reviewed this property |
That would depend on the amount of snow they might get. Average snowfall is only a couple of inches in January, so unless they have unusual weather I would say yes it is accessible. I drive an Infiniti G37 and would take it... More
That would depend on the amount of snow they might get. Average snowfall is only a couple of inches in January, so unless they have unusual weather I would say yes it is accessible. I drive an Infiniti G37 and would take it up there as long as it had not just snowed. I hope that helps some. It's a beautiful place and well worth some effort to get there.
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"Granite Rose is behind the Main Cabin, Adobe is the most secluded from roads/ trails."