El Rancho Robles is the gateway to your next adventure! With close proximity to some of the best biking, hiking, golfing, caving, bird watching, site seeing, horseback riding, and off road trails in the state, you can explore the beauty of the desert with El Rancho Robles as your home base. Perhaps you are more interested in visiting local attractions like the Biosphere, state parks and other Arizona tourist destinations. Our close proximity to these means you can spend more time enjoying these and less time driving to get there. Whatever your taste for adventure, make El Rancho Robles the first stop on your adventure.
Due to its high altitude of 4500 feet above sea level, the weather remains mild during summers with the average summer temperatures remaining in the low 90s. Winters offer a unique opportunity to experience the occasional snowfall in southern Arizona and skiing at nearby Mt. Lemmon.
Oracle State Park, Center for Environmental Education
A 4,000 acre wildlife refuge located on the northern foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains north of Tucson. The park offers 15 miles of interconnecting loop trails through oak-grassland overlooking the San Pedro River Valley. A four-mile section of the Arizona Trail transects the park, and is a multi-use trail enjoyed by hikers, equestrians and mountain bikers. The park was once the Kannally family ranch, and the Mediterranean-style Kannally Ranch House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.