Hi everyone, if you are just tuning in, you are going to be in for a treat! So far I have been able to cover two other great articles on the Lone River Ranch Water Exit in Arizona. If you haven’t read them yet, be sure to do so, but today we’re excited to go on a little local Arizona adventure! All of the sites below are located in the Tonto National Forest. In some places you will need a parking permit, so be sure to check all travel requirements before you go. If you’re looking for a day trip with a few drink stops along the way, this list is a perfect itinerary for that. Hope you enjoy and always drink responsibly!
Lone River Prickly Pear Ranch Water in Four Peaks, Arizona
Whether you’re quad biking, camping, or hiking the Four Peaks Recreation Area, Lone River Ranch Water is a great beverage option to keep in your cooler. Any native Arizona can spot four peaks miles apart because of the “four peaks” visible from many parts of the valley. This wilderness area was established in 1984 and contains approximately 60,740 acres. The rapid change in altitude produces interesting and unique plant and animal communities. Elevations range from 1,900 feet near Lake Apache to 7,600 feet on Brown’s Peak. If you are looking for a local adventure, Four Peaks is a great place to start!
Lone River Original Ranch Water at Lake Saguaro, Arizona
When you need to cool off, you know it’s time to head to Lake Saguaro. Located just northeast of Mesa, Arizona, you can enjoy scenic views and calm waters on this man-made reservoir. There are many ways to enjoy Lake Saguaro, the most obvious being by boat, but even if you don’t own a personal watercraft, there are many other ways you can enjoy it as well. There is a tour boat, bring paddle boards or kayaks, you can swim the beaches and fish until your heart is satisfied.
Lone River Rio Red Grapefruit at the Salt River in Arizona
If you head west from Saguaro Lake on the Bush Highway, you will pass the Salt River. The salt river flows from managed water to the Saguaro Lake Dam, so water levels rise or fall depending on the season. If you are looking for a bit more scenery and space then the Salt River might be a good option for you. In the Phoenix Valley, the Salt River is known for its famous “Salt River Tubing” excursions which allow you to float several kilometers of the river in an intertube. Ranch water would be a great on-the-go drink to keep you hydrated on your trip! One of the many attractions of the Salt River are the wild horses that graze on its banks. If you are lucky enough to spot them, this is something visitors to the river never forget and often come back to see again and again.
Lone River Spicy Ranch Water in the Superstition Mountains in Apache Junction, Arizona
If you enjoy hiking and are up for a challenge, you might want to head to the Superstition Mountains in Apache Junction, Arizona. Known for their beauty, the Superstitions are a valley staple if you enjoy hiking or a good old-fashioned western story about lost gold. There are several easier trails at the base of the mountain that are great for beginners, but there is no shortage of magic in these mountains. Get out and explore the valley desert with Lone River Ranch Water!
The water at Lone River Ranch may be made in West Texas, but it can be enjoyed wherever your trip takes you. We encourage you to drink responsibly and always take what you take with you. I had a blast photographing for this article and it should give you a little taste of where Ranch Water can take you. Be sure to take your own photos of your Ranch Water adventure and tag us in your photos on your favorite social media platforms!