Bring your spirit of adventure and desire for serenity.

Juniper Well Ranch is a learning and healing sanctuary located in Skull Valley, Arizona. Our facility is pet friendly, kid friendly, diversity friendly, and is dedicated to the art of hospitality, the welcoming of strangers as family and friends, as well as stewardship, the careful and responsible management of the life that has been entrusted to our care. We strive to enrich your life in positive and transformative ways. Our ranch family is always available to support you during your stay. Simply let us know how we can best serve you.

Come prepared to unplug and unwind! There is limited cell coverage at the ranch and wireless internet is available at the office.

Part of the charm of Juniper Well Ranch is our remote location, which corresponds to limited wi-fi and cell services. Cabins do not feature televisions or other media. You can find free wi-fi and cell reception at the main office, which is open 24 hours a day. The office also features a way to communicate with your innkeepers via walkie-talkie.

We suggest you bring the following:

  • Groceries*

  • Flashlight

  • Layered clothing (Fall & Winter mornings can be cool and sometimes windy)

  • Rain gear during monsoon season (June 15 and ends on September 30, but the storms peak between mid-July and mid-August.)

  • Good walking shoes or hiking shoes if you are interested in exploring the beautiful trails around the area.

    • Water bottles, backpacks, and a first aid kit are always wise to bring on longer hikes.

  • Warm PJ’s & slippers

  • Sunscreen

  • Comfy clothes for sitting by a fire in the cabin and reading a book.

*We do not currently have food services for guests at the ranch. A splendid array of local, organic, nourishing food and comfort items are available only 12 miles away in the quaint town of Prescott. The Prescott area hosts a Natural Grocer, One Root Apothecary, Honey Man, Sprouts, Trader Joes, Fry’s, and Safeway. You may wish to stop by the grocery store on your way to the ranch


Additional Tips

  • If you are unable to fit everything, try sending us some of your items in advance to the ranch.  Contact the ranch for the best method of shipping and the appropriate shipping address.

  • Wear your cowboy boots or hiking boots the day you travel, as it leaves more room for other items if you are wearing the larger, heavier items.

Animals

  • Our animals are all friendly and love visitors. As you know, horses are majestic and powerful animals. Please refrain from entering horse and livestock pastures. You are welcome to visit over the fence.

  • All the animals eagerly await your arrival as they love warm interaction. Be sure to close and latch the gate when you exit to protect our friends.

Pets

  • Dogs are to be kept on leash at all times while on ranch property. Please do not leave pets unattended in cabins unless in a crate. We do live in a forest where wildlife is abundant and not always pleased to encounter our pets. Please keep our best friends safe.

  • The ranch has resident barn cats that may cross your path or visit your cabin. Be assured the cats are regularly fed though they may try to convince you otherwise. Your interaction with the cats is your choice, but please take care not to lock one in your cabin when you are not there or when you check out.

Firewood and BBQs are available for everyone.

We have firewood available for cabin guests during their stay. If more firewood is needed for the communal fire pit or BBQ, please let us know in advance of your use so it may be ready for your enjoyment.


This land is not ours to take from or encounter without gratitude. We are all responsible for how we show up and the ways we interact with the world. Be respectful at all times. Connect with your surroundings and listen for guidance and please help everyone live a good life.