Manzanita Manor Cabin

Manzanita Manor

The most beautiful views on the property can be seen from Manzanita Manor Log Cabin.

Granite Rose Cabin

Granite Rose

This cabin sits in the shadow of Granite Mountain which casts a glow in the evening as the sun sets.


Adobe Cabin


Adobe is a cozy casita crafted with handmade adobe bricks and genuine Mexican artifacts.

Purple Sage

Purple Sage

Featuring French Impressionist art, the Purple Sage Cabin is known as "the romantic one."

The Grounds Of Juniper Well Ranch

Take a virtual tour of Juniper Well Ranch and get a taste of the beautiful landscapes.

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Ourdoor Weddings At Juniper Well Ranch


t the heart of Juniper Well Ranch you will find the perfect setting for your wedding, the colorful Hacienda Village. Comfortably accommodating up to 100 guests, the Village is surrounded by stately mountains and lush vinyards, gently cooled by centuries old Juniper trees, Cottonwoods, Pines, gardens and ponds. Your guests will be charmed by a beautiful ceremony under a trellus of foliage surrounded by a blanket of ivy, fragrant flowers, herb gardens and panoramic views.

The bride and her attendants may spend their time before the ceremony relaxing in our wine tasting room, just steps from the celebration area. After the ceremony, guests are invited to join the bride and groom on the Fiesta Patio to enjoy appetizers and beverages from the cantina and bodega.

Dining takes place under a white canvas pavilion adjoining the covered Jubilee Dance Ramada. As the sun sets, guests are bathed in a canopy of twinkling lights as they gather around the roaring fire. Thirty of your guests will enjoy retiring to one of four private cabins at their leisure throughout the weekend. … Read More
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Events At Juniper Well Ranch


uniper Well Ranch hosts a wide array of events including: family reunions, corporate retreats, workshops, yoga, artistic and spiritual retreats, bird watchers, and academic programs. Event guests enjoy the celebration area, which sits at the center of the property surrounded by  Pines, Cottonwoods, Junipers, Oaks, and Manzanita, with beautifully landscaped herb and fragrant flower gardens. The celebration area  features outdoor dining spaces, a bon-fire pit, 2 buildings (the cantina and bodega) which provide refrigerators, freezers, sinks and food prep stations and a large adobe barbeque. At the back of the property, guests can hike up Train Robber Trail to Train Robber Lookout, where there is a picnic table that sits on the highest spot on the ranch, commanding breathtaking views of all of Granite Mountain, Tonto Mountain, and the rolling hills of the Skull Valley. A perfect spot to watch the sunrise, the sunset, or have a romantic picnic.

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Horse Boarding At Juniper Well Ranch Horse Boarding At Juniper Well Ranch

Monthy Boarding –

$250.00 per month
Call (928) 442-3415
Daily Boarding
$20.00 ~ bring your own food $30.00 ~ we feed alfalfa twice per day Includes
  • alfalfa fed twice per day (supplements provided by owners)
  • twice weekly corral maintenance
  • shelters, shade, water tank
  • varied corral sizes up to multi-acre
  • trailer parking
  • hundreds of miles of trails including national forest directly accessible from the property
  • large tack room
  • enclosed riding area
  • wash areas
  • quiet relaxing atmosphere
  • restroom facility
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The History Of Juniper Well Ranch


he historic rock well house, from which the ranch gets its name, was built around the turn of the 20th century by Arizona state senator, Mullins. The ancient Alligator Bark Juniper Tree next to it welcomes visitors as they drive through the gate. Juniper Well Ranch was once part of the Bar U Bar ranch, which is now its northern neighbor. The prolific western writer, Frank Bonham later acquired the ranch as a peaceful respite to write and publish novels from his hilltop log home until his death in 1988. Frank’s son moved to the property in 1983 and began boarding horses from the original Ranch House and barn on the property. In 1990 he built the first of two log cabins he used for guests, thus launching his career as an innkeeper. In 1993 the Adobe cabin was built from adobe bricks made on site. A few acres of vineyards were planted and wine was produced and bottled at Juniper Well Ranch. The beautiful, secluded location has charmed thousands of guests over the years, many of whom return year after year to enjoy the hospitality and the tranquility of Skull Valley.

Juniper Well Ranch is located 25 minutes from Downtown Prescott in Tonto Flats, a sub irrigated area with abundant ground water which feeds the ancient Juniper trees, as well as Cottonwood, Black Walnut, Pine, Black Jack and Gamble Oak and Manzanita. At an elevation of just under 5000 feet, the forty-two acre guest ranch has some of the largest and oldest Alligator Juniper trees in the world. Alligator bark Juniper is only found in Prescott, AZ., Big Bend, TX., and Santa Fe, NM. The ranch is surrounded by the Prescott National Forest and bordered on the east side by the Santa Fe railroad. Wildlife such as mountain lions, bobcat, rocky mountain elk, mule deer, antelopes, badgers, jack and cotton-tail rabbits, javelina, coyotes, squirrels, and chipmunks can be spotted on the ranch. There is also an abundance of song bird species on and around the ranch. Including: road runners, dove, quail, pinyon jays, northern flickers, Clarks nutcrackers and birds of prey. Vegetable and herb gardens have been planted making the ranch even more attractive for weddings, retreats, reunions and more.

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