Sun and Stars Ranch


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304 Hermosa Dr. , Holbrook, AZ, 86025

Camping on our ranch is like being back in the Wild West Times. If you don’t believe us, just visit Sheriff Owens home from 1886. A  who Brough justice and peace in the area. Or have a meal in the old  Butterfield Stage steakhouse where every table tells a story. You will have great cell phone coverage. We offer Dry Camping - no electric hookup, but water and ice can be provided. Grocery stores within a mile to stock up on food. Petrified Forest is 25 min away. Meteor Crater about 40 miles., Homolovi Ruins 30 miles. Grand Canyon is 90 miles. Enjoy sun during day, and stars at night! One camping night may not be enough! 

Last Updated: 04/16/2021


Overnight Parking

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Overnight $20.00 $140.00 Choose Your Site

Stays

1. No campfire 2. No dump station

Quiet Time

Quiet time starts at 10:00 PM.

Pet Restrictions

Leash and clean up. Good trained dogs may be off leash.


Pet Friendly

Pets Allowed

Slide Outs

Trash Service

Dirt Roads

Gravel Roads

Paved Roads

Picnic Area

Restaurant



Biking

Historic Sightseeing

Stargazing



Pet Friendly

Remote Work Friendly

55-plus

Big Rig Friendly

Extended Stay

Family Friendly

LGBTIQ Friendly

Military

RVing



Parking Lot

Land Share



AAA

AARP

Coast to Coast

Escapees

FMCA

Good Sam

Happy Camper

Jellystone

KoA

Military Discount

Passport America

Public Service (Fire, Police, Resuce)

Thousand Trails



304 Hermosa Dr. , Holbrook, AZ, 86025
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Before heading to a near by famous Petrified Forest, stop by the visitor center in Holbrook. This is historical town with Old West history.  You will be amazed to learn about sheriff Owens and his struggle to keep town free of  shootings and cattle stealing. You will learn about engineer who came to build the railway. His name was Holbrook,and town was named by him. But before becoming Holbrook, the name was " Horse Crossing" because the town was the only safe spot to cross Little Colorado River  that did not have quick sand! So please avoid  this area. There is also spot that was Butterfield Stage Co, transporting passengers... and now this is a Steakhouse with the same name ...



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