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Bill Gray Ranch
Street:
5000 E Bill Gray Rd
ZIP:
86336
City:
Sedona
State:
Arizona
Country:
United States
Events-Published:
0
Events-Archived:
1

Description:

Located just west of Sedona, this 120 Acre parcel offers amazing views from the historic ranch.

Location of the Inaugural Western National Land Rover Rally.

Black Canyon City Overlook
ZIP:
85324
City:
Black Canyon City
State:
Arizona
Country:
United States
Events-Published:
0
Events-Archived:
1

Description:

The back way to Black Canyon City is a BLM off-road 4wd trail that travels parallel to the Black Canyon Trail's hiking network. It's very skinny in spots, being only one vehicle wide in areas where passing cannot be accomplished easily. In other areas, passing most likely will require both vehicles going slightly off the trail while avoiding any cacti plants that could puncture even the toughest rock crawling tires. The southern half is otherwise not difficult as you drive on well-packed dirt through gentle curves and hills. However, further north, especially around Slate River, you'll find larger rocks, looser dirt, tighter turns and steeper hills. There's even a few hundred foot long section of the road that was chiseled out of a steep rocky hill-side. Four-wheel drive is definitely a must, and some spots may even require a locker and/or a traction control system depending on the driver's and the vehicle's capabilities.

Blazin' M Ranch
Website:
http://blazinm.com/
Street:
1875 Mabery Ranch Road
ZIP:
86326
City:
Cottonwood
State:
Arizona
Country:
United States
Events-Published:
0
Events-Archived:
1

Description:

Blazin M Ranch was originally settled as a dairy and cattle ranch in the late 1800s. In 1966 Chuck Mabery purchased the property. After dabbling in cattle, the Mabery family grew and sold organic vegetables. Following the 100-year flood of 1993, most of the cultivated land was washed away. The musically-inclined family turned their talents into a new venue by creating Blazin’ M Chuckwagon Dinner Theater.

The Old West town was constructed in that same year under the direction of Doug Wright, a schoolmate and close family friend of Dan Mabery. Many of the building materials were recycled from Hollywood movie sets that Doug had helped construct.

In 1994 the Ranch opened with a chuckwagon-style dinner and live Western stage show. Most of the original band members have retired but their love of country music and cowboy humor has endured and become a staple of the Ranch.

During the fall of 2010 under the management of Copper Spur LLC, the Ranch underwent an extensive upgrade with upscale merchandise in new shops, additional activities and an enhanced museum. The menu was revived with southwestern signature dishes and the entertainment was updated with new music and cowboy humor.

BLD
Street:
1920 W Germann Rd
ZIP:
85286
City:
Chandler
State:
AZ
Country:
United States
Events-Published:
0
Events-Archived:
1

Description:

Featuring farm-fresh, from-scratch foods served in a bright, cheery and contemporary atmosphere, BLD (Breakfast Lunch Dinner) is the latest South Chandler dining destination. Open all day, every day, this casual neighborhood hangout features over-sized roll-up windows overlooking a spacious, stylish outdoor patio. Meanwhile, a convenient drive-thru window dispenses barista-made beverages, protein shakes, smoothies, and top-notch to-go foods.

Bloody Basin Rd
City:
Carefree
State:
Arizona
Country:
United States
Events-Published:
0
Events-Archived:
1

Description:

Easy trail with regularly but roughly graded road that offers beautiful scenery. Difficult to impassable in the wet.

Majority of the trail is located in the Agua Fria National Monument.

Bloody Basin supposedly gets its name from the many Indian fights in it.

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