Wicked Vulture UTV Fest
Let’s travel back in time and get a taste of the Wild West. These trails and sights are incredible.
All activities including camping will be held at the Flying E Ranch. If camping is not your thing they also have rooms available for rent. We couldn’t be more excited that they have invited us back to one of Arizona’s authentic dude ranch located in the Majestic Sonoran Desert. This is an incredible location and we hope you join us and experience this ranch designed for dudes and cowpokes alike to enjoy the serenity and tranquility of the peaceful ranch life.
UTV Offroad Adventures presents Wicked Vulture UTV Fest. You won’t want to miss this weekend filled with adventure! This three-day event will take you on some of the most scenic trails Arizona has to offer in safe and organized manner. We will provide guided trails, meals, quick draw poker, corn hole tournament, raffles, and lots of fun, laughs and good times. Designed for all age groups and UTV experience. Come and see what we are all about and meet new and old friends. We will take you on a night ride and guided trail rides all while raising money for AZ Kidz Experience, a nonprofit charitable organization that supports Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
One of the rides will take you to Robson’s Ranch and Mining Camp, one of Arizona’s oldest and best-preserved mining claims and Ghost Town. This fascinating Western town will make you feel as though you’ve traveled back in time! Robson’s Ranch captures the essence of the early 1900’s, exhibiting the history of what was once a functioning mining camp for prospectors and businessmen. Artifacts from this time period are showcased here in the LARGEST collection of antique mining equipment in Arizona! As if that wasn’t enough to see, we will also stop to see where the Wickenburg Massacre took place. This attack was on a stagecoach with 8 passengers and all but 2 were killed. This site remains enshrined in a bit of rumor and controversy.
The night ride will take you to the Reserve Bank Mine Camp. The original name of the mine was "Angel Mine". The owners changed it to the Reserve Bank Mine 1999. It was first started in 1900, and was once part of the group of claims held by the Vulture Development Co. This is a must see stop, you will not regret it. You will talk about this historic site for along time. This husband and wife will share their story with you and you will see first hand how they mine and operate this site. Bring some cash since they have made some chrysacolla jewelry from the mine.
Hope to see Y’all at this event