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The Rockin' R Ranch is a "Real Old West" working cattle ranch. This is a real working ranch where ranchers herd cattle and crops are grown. Guests are invited to visit one of the last remaining ranches of West. as a guest at the Rockin' R Ranch.

This ranch offers guests the chance to take wagon rides, watch gun fights and medicine man shows and cowboy comedy Western stage shows. Guests may also enjoy delicious barbecue vittles. The ranch also hosts weddings and private parties up to 1,500.

Location: 6136 East Baseline Rd, Mesa Arizona 85206 Telephone 480-832-1539 Fax 480-832-6793

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