Grazing bison just off the open highway are the first to greet you at this unique resort. Once you pass the larger-than-life bucking bronco statues at the resort's entrance, prepare for some wild, old-West fun. In town, you're smack in the middle of the 1880s. From the colorful, old-fashioned corner saloon to the cobblestoned courtyard and town gazebo, Bison Ranch is its own self-contained Western town. The resort boasts an outdoor pool and spa, a recreation center, and a restaurant and bar. Activities include hiking, biking, and fishing. It's all here for you.
Arizona's Rim Country is high-plateau (6,600 feet) pine forest. The majestic canyons, forest, and Indian ruins in the area make this a central point to get away and relax. The area has limited snow in the winter, with temperatures around 45 degrees Fahrenheit, and summer temperatures are in the 80-degree range. Most of the activities are seasonal, starting in May and continuing through September, although lack of crowds, along with the resort's boutique shops, Western theme, and bison herd, make Bison Ranch special year 'round,