Triangle T Historic Ranch and Retreat Center

8 reviews
Pets Allowed
Big Rigs

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Reviews (avg. rating 3.4)

| 3 days nice time

By user-5903997... on 2017-10-23.

We are from tucson. 1 hr 30 min later, you can have a relaxing time away from the city with Temps about 8 deg cooler. Full hookups available, if you and the wife would like, head to the saloon for drinks and good food. Shockingly, very good ribs that were smoked right there all day. Great hiking trails, beutiful sceneries everywhere. Staff very friendly alowing as big of a fire as you want. S.floyd

By user-4815723... on 2017-10-23.

Gravel lot among boulders. Water, sewer and electric. No cable. No Air TV. There is a Restaurant/Saloon on site but, owner does not open it for guests unless you call and tell them you want to eat. If you do decide to eat there, you do not have a menu to choose from. Say what? They do however open on Saturdays for the public to come and eat ~ with full menu! Would not stay here again.

| Loved this place! Everything you could want.

By user-5910533... on 2017-10-23.

Stayed overnight after leaving Saguaro National Park. What a cute spot! The rock formations are interesting and there are horses onsite that you can visit or schedule a time to ride. Full hookups $50, electric only for $40. Take the fill hookups - the spots are huge and have campfire rings and lots of privacy. Very quiet while we were here - apparently not many RVers here ever. Management was super friendly and met us outside as we drove in. Gave us a tour and told us about the interesting history of the property. WIFi was strong and nevet dropped. We couldn't have asked for a nicer stay in a more beautiful spot.



Fire Pit

Pull-thru Sites

Restaurant / Snack Bar


Swimming Pool