“You’ll be welcomed to the Saddle Sore Ranch with a “moo” from the dozen or so cows roaming the area with their calves. The property lies next to BLM land with curious cattle ranging freely – they came over to the site upon our arrival to see who the newcomers were. Saddle Sore Ranch is a great place to celebrate with a group…” ~ Kristen, via Hipcamp.
There is plenty of tent camping, and also a separate RV area on the east side. No hookups, but generators are welcomed. Cage parking is available on the west side. Tent camping is on the north side. The main area of “town” is for motorcycles only. Side-by-sides, golf carts and 4 wheelers are allowed in “town”, but may not park in the “Motorcycle Only Parking” areas. The main road on the property makes a big loop, with an “alley” traversing in the middle and running right behind the outdoor bar.
The Ranch includes an outdoor bar, stage, food bar, horseshoe pits, a bonfire pit, campfire rings, bbq grills and more… We have plenty of dry, primitive tent camping on the north end, limited RV spots on the east end (no hook ups) and truck/suv parking on the west side. “Wyle E. Coyote’s Saloon” and “One Eyed Jack’s Steakhouse” are open only during special events at the Ranch.
When not in use for one of our events, use of the ranch is donated to organizations including the Boy Scouts Of America, St Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital and Big Brothers Big Sisters for any outtings or trips they would like to do. Furthermore, we support many veteran’s organizations, and donate use of the ranch to them for any events or fundraisers they wish to have.
The main roads leading to SSR are UNPAVED, but maintained and graded by the county. The ranch is owned and operated by bikers and although the roads are unpaved, the Ranch has proven to be easily accessible by rv, motorhome, car, truck, SUV or motorcycle.
While at SSR, there are lots of things to do in the area. Shopping, restaurants, fast food, and nightlife can all be found in nearby Kingman or Laughlin. There is lots of great riding in the area for street bikes, cruisers and adventure bikes alike. Come ride the “Mohave Rattlesnake” with it’s 222 curves in under 10 miles. Adventure bike riders can come experience the Nevada BDR which starts just down the road from SSR in Oatman, AZ.