Why It’s Awesome
With 590 acres—surrounded by an additional 120,000 acres of Buenos Aires Wildlife Refuge—there’s no shortage of (all-inclusive) adventures to be had. Horseback riding is a must, and wranglers will lead you across the desert grasslands (along the same trails U.S. Presidents have trod) with the Baboquivari Mountains in the background. You can also go off-roading right up to the U.S.-Mexico border or through nearby ghost town ruins.
[From $185/night; ranchodelaosa.com]
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