Rancho de la Osa Adventure Guest Ranch is now taking Reservations

Rancho De La Osa: Experience one of the most historic properties in the west. Enjoy a scenic horseback ride on trails frequented by US Presidents and legendary figures like Father Kino and Pancho Villa. Relax in the room where “Gone with the Wind” was written and the Marshall Plan was drafted. Enjoy a cool drink in the oldest continually occupied building in Arizona. Witness an unprecedented amount of stars with unmatched clarity from a coal black sky. Hike and climb to 7730 feet in the majestic Baboquivari Mountain range.

Rancho De La Osa is a sportsman’s paradise situated on 590 acres and surrounded by an additional 120,000 acres of National Wildlife Refuge. We are located in Sasabe AZ, high in the Sonoran Desert along the Mexican Border. Our ranch offers an unparalleled experience with exceptional food and wine, unmatched hospitality from our staff, historically important buildings to captivate your senses and enough optional activities to keep you and your family busy day and night.

Be a part of history and Join us for a truly unique and extraordinary vacation experience.


Historic Rooms

Rancho de la Osa has 19 luxurious adobe guest rooms with Mexican antiques and vintage furniture.


Room #1
The Pancho Villa Villa


Room #2
Zane Grey Retreat


Room #3
Hubert Humphrey VP room


Room #4 
William O. Douglas Chamber


Ranch Experience

Rancho de la Osa  is located adjacent to the 130,000 acres of the Buenos Aires Wildlife Refuge.
A perfect location for riding, biking, hiking, wild life photography.
When done come back to the ranch for a dining experience.


Buenos Aires Wildlife Refuge


Main Dining Room


Miles of Biking


Desert Rides


There is Always the Scenery