Wild Horse Pass aims to provide its guests with an authentic representation of local Native American culture and heritage. From the decor to the activities, they have certainly succeeded. It’s truly a full resort experience: There’s so much to do on premise that you virtually don’t ever need to leave the property. In addition to the pool and spa, the resort offers several unique amenities, including a golf course, riverboat ride and equestrian center. There’s also a Kids Club to keep the kiddos occupied with fun and educational activities throughout the day. Visit the nearby Rawhide Western Town for a taste of the cowboy life.
Time Out tip: Immerse yourself in all things Native American by learning about the heritage behind the hotel. The property is owned jointly by Pima and Maricopa Indian tribes. Join a jewelry-making class or channel your inner artist at cocktails and canvas. If you’re not feeling creative, handmade items are available for purchase.