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Rock Art Canyon Ranch

#2 of 11 things to do in Winslow Features Animals
Box 224, Joseph City, AZ, Winslow, AZ 86032
928 386 5047
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A step back in time

The tour was two plus hours long but flew by so quickly. The barn was full of old saddles... read more

Reviewed 30 May 2017
Jean O
Cottonwood, United States
A surprising adventure back in time. Well worth it!

I initially spotted this adventure when looking for activities near Winslow. WOW did I find a gem... read more

Reviewed 2 May 2017
Adele W
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Offers tours of some of the best preserved petroglyphs in the country.
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Box 224, Joseph City, AZ, Winslow, AZ 86032
928 386 5047
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Reviewed 30 May 2017

The tour was two plus hours long but flew by so quickly. The barn was full of old saddles, household items, tools and many other "finds" in all the nooks and crannies. Tori did a wonderful job showing us the historic pots and tools that...More

Thank Jean O
Reviewed 2 May 2017

I initially spotted this adventure when looking for activities near Winslow. WOW did I find a gem. The site is a large private ranch about 20 miles between Winslow and Holbrook. They offer tours of several sites having to do with ancient pueblo sites, petroglyphs,...More

3  Thank Adele W
Reviewed 2 May 2017 via mobile

What an amazing place. The ranch is privately owned in a remote area outside of Winslow, AZ. It is currently a working cattle ranch with them some of the greatest Anasazi petroglyphs that I have ever seen. The peace and beauty here is overwhelming. It...More

Thank marti k
Reviewed 29 April 2017 via mobile

We've been to our fair share of Native American ruins, seen many, many petroglyphs, and other remnants of Native American habitation but nothing quite like this. Most places we have access to, whether state or national parks, monuments, or museums, have nothing to compare with...More

Thank ymceight
Reviewed 25 April 2017

This place is well worth the visit, although it's off the beaten path. The ranch has three generations of people living on it. The $35 fee is well worth it, there is stuff here you will never see anywhere else. Mr. Baird showed us the...More

1  Thank Susan S
Reviewed 19 April 2017

We called Bratley Baird on a Saturday and asked to stop by the next day. He usually doesn't let folks in on Sundays, but was nice enough to make an exception. We're so grateful he did - this place is serene and magical. We had...More

Thank Boaz K
Reviewed 18 April 2017 via mobile

We spent more time at this place than we thought we would, and it was really a great day. The owner brought us around and showed us several different areas of his farm, concentrating on its history. He has been at this farm since 1948...More

Thank mas1105
Reviewed 17 April 2017 via mobile

We were excited to see the ranch with all the reviews and after speaking with Mr. Baird a few times, even more excited. When we arrived, they were branding their cattle, very interesting. The whole ranch environment is filled with memorabilia from his life. Everywhere...More

1  Thank Homeiswherewetravel
Reviewed 17 April 2017 via mobile

Our teen son loved this. We loved the history and the host. Very hands on. Call in advance and check if opening available, worth the trip. Hint: directions even from La Posada is confusing. The block before you reach posada going east, turn right and...More

1  Thank Lemonlavacustardcake
Reviewed 13 April 2017

If your looking for the perfect place to visit this summer make time for Rock Art Ranch. The owner Mr. Baird is the realist Cowboy you will ever meet. His granddaughter Tori assists him. They take you out on the ranch sharing Pioneer and Indian...More

1  Thank travelbug9992017
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Judy D
30 September 2016|
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Response from Joseph D | Reviewed this property |
The secret to going up the stairs is to stop and rest if you are out of breath. The elevation there is about 5,000 ft above sea level so if you are a flatlander just take your time.
21 August 2016|
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Response from RedRox | Reviewed this property |
No. Walnut Canyon is about 75 miles away, near Flagstaff
Sue B
17 January 2016|
Response from Rodney R | Reviewed this property |
Yes, it is a long, flat dirt road, but it is a good dirt road. There is a sign over the entrance to the ranch that might cause you height problems. I'd call first.