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15670 Red Rock Rd
Reno, NV, 89508
United States

(775) 969-3315

Rancho Red Rock, located in the Red Rock Valley 30 miles North of Reno, Nevada, provides personalized guided trail rides throughout the Reno/Tahoe areas; See wild horse, wild life, and spectacular scenery! We also offer English and Western riding lessons for all ability levels. Guests are invited to enjoy the beautiful surroundings, bring a picnic, and bring the kids to pet the friendly farm animals. We hold occasional special events such as moonlight rides.


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Rancho Red Rock
Phone: (775) 969-3315



From Reno allow about 45 minutes.

We are 35 miles from downtown . 

You need to get on 395N. 

It can be confusing because  in the city 395 is also 580. You will see both signs. 

About 9 miles N of Reno you will see signs for Red Rock Rd. You have plenty of notice.

Exit  on Red Rock Red, turn right at the stop sign. You are now on Red Rock  Rd. You  will see  a Shell station on your left. This  is the key to finding us.

From that Shell station to our corner is 19.5 miles. The numbers go up and down and GPS systems will not be helpful.  Humor us and use old fashioned directions please!!!  MUCH BETTER!   

Your drive is on a well paved 2 lane road through subdivisions, then  houses are further apart. Then you will get up fairly high (6100ft)  and see cows grazing. Yup!!!   Keep going.    

You will go down into a whole new valley with ponds on the right.  At 19 miles you will pass Dry Valley Rd on the right.  1/2 mile further and you will see Frontier Rd on the right.

Turn right. There is a line of rural mailboxes on your right, immediately after the mailboxes is our gate   "Ranch Red Rock." 

Come on in the yard and park next to our vehicles.  Yes, knock on the door if we didn't see you come in. Most likely the "dog alarm" will have gone off. They are all happy to see you and there is always at least 1 dog addicted to playing fetch.