Pantano Riding Stables

Tucson, AZ

3 (2 reviews)

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Address: Keystone Rd E, Tucson, AZ 85730, USA How do we get there? Number: 520 298 8980
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About this activity

"Can I have a pony" might be the most common question on a child's birthday, but certainly "Can we go on a pony ride" is one you can say YES to if you are in the Tuscon area!

Pantano Riding Stables are a great way to discover the southwest - but on horseback! It's actually a family owned and run stable and trail experience, so you know you will be in good, family sized hands when you get there.

The great thing about Pantano Riding Stables, is that it's perfect for all ages and experiences - so the whole family can take part. Those little animal lovers under 5 years have pony rides to fill their day, and those over 6 can ride the bigger horses, and even ride their own horse if they have them.

Pantano Riding Stables offer up a great outdoor adventure, and why wouldn't you with that amazing Arizona weather! If you LOVE animals like we do, then you will love being surrounded by beautiful horses - all different sizes and colors. Don't forget to ask their name so you can say hellO!

Not only are there rides in the desert, but there are also sunset trail rides, and summer kids camps too!

Want to hear something ELSE really cool? There are wagon hay-rides that you can enjoy, and even combine your trail ride with a dinner so you can camp out under the stars! There are also park rides to explore Saguaro National Park too if you wanted to see that little bit more of the area. 

Horses, desert, wagon and campouts - yes please (and yee haw!)

Activity location


Tucson, Az. Located on Houghton Road just south of Escalante on the right side of the road. Not accessible by any form of public transportation.

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How much does it cost?



From $25 per person



Same as adult


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Pantano Riding Stables FAQ’s

For an additional cost you can enjoy the dinner rides which include a tasty meal afterwards!

Bring water, sunscreen, and wear pants and tennis shoes (or boots)...we are having fun in the sun!

The summer kids kamp teaches kids all about horses: colors, care, how to saddle and ride, so they can really feel comfortable around the horses! A great experience for the kids

There is a picnic area available if you want to bring your own lunch to enjoy in nature. Make sure you bring bottled water too

There are limited disability provisions. A ramp for wheelchairs is available, but you must have leg use to get on horse and ride.

Have Christmas in the desert and enjoy the fun festive activities over December!

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