Step back in time to the Wild Wild West in Arizona's largest western theme park. Be careful when you walk through the ... More
Rawhide at Wild Horse Pass
Step back in time to the Wild Wild West in Arizona's largest western theme park. Be careful when you walk through the streets, you never know when cattle rustlers might get involved in a shoot-out. Rides and attractions feature throughout the town. If shopping is your idea of fun, you won't be disappointed with more than 15 shops on-site and pick up interesting souvenirs, perhaps even a rattler head! Seasonal cookouts, a famous steak house and a saloon are open too; but be careful, the sheriff does not like rowdies. Admission is free except for special events. Please call or check website for current information.
Rawhide is a great place to go with the family. The candy shop has amazing fudge! There are attractions like camel rides, gold panning, mechanical bull rides, burrow rides and more!There was an old western show that was great! The food was really good and the service was good. Next time me and my family come to Arizona, we will definitely return. Its a little chill, so dress warm! Enjoy!
We used to go yearly to their ever so increasingly bad planned and executed events, but this is the end of the family tradition! This place is nothing more than a place to seperate you from as much cash as possible with as little return as possible. I could have taken the family to Disneyland for less money. The food stinks and now that they've moved to thae reservation/ Casino, it's not worth your time!!! STAY AWAY!!! RUN!!! PS. This year at the Halloween Doom town (Dumbtown) they didn't even have a haunted house????
The hotel staff recommended this place for children and families. They must receive a kick back because it was a total waste of time. The food was overpriced. (Kid meals at $9!) The food was barely eatable. Everything else is additional. For example, the street "shoot out" actually was a side show requiring $25 for our family to see. Not worth the time it took to get there. Trust me--you will be disappointed!
We had been to Rawhide many times in its previous location on north Phoenix and always enjoyed the visits. The food at the Saloon/Steakhouse (if you like steaks) was always outstanding.
Rawhide is now moved to the south edge of Phoenix as a part of the Wild Horse casino offerings, and we were most aprehensive about the new location and the changes it required. We are pleased that much/most of the ambiance of the old Rawhide had been maintained; the food at the Saloon/Steakhouse is actually better than before, and the western music performance is the best ever.
It is still new (in March, 2006), and some work needs to be done on the grounds, especially to cope with the big rainstorm and the mud puddles, but this will come around.
I attended a corporate event on a Saturday night around Christmas. Granted, they were busy, but that is no excuse for an established company. The food was mediocre at best, the layout of the room left a lot to be desired and their drink prices are off the charts! With so many other touristy places to choose from, I won't be back.
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