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Jeff and Deb Bitton have been offering quality western horseback outfitted experiences to the recreating public since 1969. Our first operation is in Central Idaho and we currently operate that business from June-September.

In 1999 we started our first operation in Arizona,in Cave Creek Regional Park in Cave Creek Arizona. We have loved being in Arizona in the winters and love the Cave Creek area. In Cave Creek we offer trail rides of 1 hour to 3 hour in length and do a lot of work with Girl Scouts.

We are very excited about Corral West Horse Adventures, inside Estrella Mountain Regional Park. This new operation gives us an opportunity to explore this beautiful area and do some new, interesting and exciting things. At this location we will be offering trailrides, two different festivals as well as a variety of arena events as well as plan to be very active in youth activities.

We have been active in state as well as federal issues that affect our industry for the past 44 years. We are currently members of America Outdoors, Idaho Outfitters and Guides Associations, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation as well as various area Chambers of Commerce in both Idaho and Arizona.

We actively work with Girl Scouts, boy scouts, church groups and special needs groups. Youth is Deb’s passion (it’s the teacher in her) and Jeff has a quiet wonderful way with the horses.

Come join us for your next memory making horse adventure.

Family Friendly Guided Trail Rides

Typical Day

Come and join us on the beautiful trails inside the Estrella Regional park as you ride on safe, mountain horses through the Sonoran Desert of Phoenix, Arizona. Our horse rides include the opportunity to dress up and have fun in our boots, hats and chaps as your guide shows you the desert landscape, and describe life as it may have been 150 years ago, and educate yourself on the many wonderful things that make this incredible place we call home.

Wagon Rides Fun For Young and Old Do you have a group that is multi-generational and looking for something fun to do as a group? Consider a wagon ride for a memory making event that will not soon be forgotten. This activity can be done by the very young as well as the very senior population and a good time can be had by all.

Join us for a fun filled family evening full of cowboy experience of the old west. Cowboy Campfire Cook-Out is a great way to gather friends and family together and share a memory making event. This evening of fun and laughter shows off the beautiful Sonoran Desert in a true western cowboy setting for memories to last a lifetime.

Cowboy Cookout

Age range, type of group

Kids must be 6 years old to go on guided trail rides.

Wagon Rides


Kids must be 6 years old to go on guided trail rides.

Weight limit is 230lbs for horseback riders. No weight limit for wagon riders.

Starting at:
USD $38 per trip
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