Blog

11
Sep

Our Covid-19 Response

We at Los Viajeros Inn are taking the Covid-19 pandemic very seriously.  As an essential business, we have and want to continue to keep our doors open to accommodate you and your family in the safest way possible. While our hotel prides itself on its cleanliness practices, please read below for extra initiatives we are taking to go above and

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4
Sep

Best Outdoor Activities in Wickenburg, AZ

In this pandemic world, it helps to get out and enjoy the sights, smells and sound of nature. It also makes social distancing a lot easier! Below we’ve listed our top picks for outdoor activities in Wickenburg! As we head into fall and the weather cools down throughout Arizona, these activities will give you with a great afternoon of adventure

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8
Jun

The Jail Tree

  Thieves, Murderers, Bribers, oh my! History is one of the leading bedrocks of Wickenburg, Arizona, and The Jail Tree is no different. The twisted mysterious Jail Tree that is said to have imprisoned inmates. Tucked behind a shopping center you will find the old jail, which many old towns have. However, this legend goes that Wickenburg did not have

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8
Jun

Robson’s Ranch

One of the oldest mining sites in Arizona, Robson’s ranch is 20 miles outside of Wickenburg, AZ. This mining site is full of history, and a definite stop during your stay at Los ViaJeros Inn. Arizona’s famous Saguaro Cacti Forests are all around this old mining site, making it a serene destination for you during your next visit. It is

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8
Jun

Hassayampa River Preserve

Nestled in the woods this oasis is just a short drive from Los Viajeros Inn, you will find the Hassayampa River Preserve. Prior to our normal means of transportation, the town of Wickenburg was a known hub to move items amongst many other towns and states in the west. Many of these products made their way down the Hassayampa River,

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24
Feb

The Desert Caballeros Western Museum

If you want to take a break from the heat of Arizona, this museum may just be the place for you! One of the most popular tourist destinations in St. Wickenburg, the Desert Caballeros Western Museum hosts collections of prized Western art dating back to the 1900s to present day, local art, historical exhibits, and educational programs about Western culture. 
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6
Nov

Vulture Mine

The Vulture Mine began in 1863 when Henry Wickenburg, a prospector from California’s gold rush, discovered a quartz outcropping containing gold. Shortly after the mine was established a small mining town was developed. It was called Vulture City. The town once had a population of several thousand citizens with amenities including a mess hall and a post office. Wickenburg worked the mine by himself and began to sell

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2
Oct

HISTORIC WICKENBURG

HISTORIC WICKENBURG Horses, hats, history, and hospitality are the foundations of Wickenburg, Arizona. When visitors want a real, authentic taste of the wild west, they visit Wickenburg. The town has successfully merged the past with the present in a way that awakens the cowboy in everyone. Located in the northwest portion of Maricopa County on the border with Yavapai County,

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7
Aug

Wine, Women & Wealth – Wickenburg AZ

Wine, Women & Wealth – Wickenburg AZ Date and Time: Tuesday, August 20, 2019 6:30pm – 8:30pm Location: El Ranchero Restaurant 683 West Wickenburg Way Wickenburg, AZ 85390 Wine, Women and Wealth is a nationwide community of women led by many of Five Ring’s top female producers. This is a community of women who desire to take charge of their

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3
Jul

Del E Webb Center for the Performing Arts

Del E Webb Center for the Performing Arts The Del E. Webb Center for the Performing Arts is a state-of-the-art 600 seat theatre dedicated to enhancing the cultural and educational richness of Wickenburg. The organization is deeply committed to enhancing the local schools’ arts and culture curriculum by offering free student performances, in-classroom workshops, after-school programs & a summer arts

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