Visit Dillon’s Western Trails Ranch location.

If driving up to Wickenburg, Arizona, or on a journey to Las Vegas, Nevada, you will be driving by the Western Trails Ranch. It is definitely worth stopping by and checking out. Bikers welcome.

Cook for Today

--

Photo by author.

Located in Morristown on the west side of U.S. Route 60 (carefully crossing the divided highway and looking both ways twice). Approximately 13 miles north of 303 and 10 miles north of Surprise city limits.

Photo by author.

Arizona’s milder season, September through April, bull riding and team roping provide daytime recreation viewing with live outdoor entertainment and service night and day. You can’t miss all the trucks pulling decked-out horse trailers. Everyone will enjoy viewing small animal corrals occupied by very well-cared goats, chickens, lamas, and donkeys.

Photo by author.

Providing year-round service, Dillon’s pleasant staff is busy day and evening serving local and out-of-state people enjoying a western atmosphere. Even during Arizona’s hot desert months, a person can visit Dillons. It is open with indoor seating and full bar.

A menu with a variety of food to satisfy a large appetite or two smaller appetites willing to share. Wide variety of big burgers, fresh salads, appetizers, BBQ, fish, stacked sandwiches, and desserts. To go or eat in.

Photo by author.

The BLT sandwich with lots of crunchy slices of bacon, fresh lettuce and tomato layered between two lightly toasted pieces of bread with a side of crispy fried potato wedges. Several dipping sauces to choose from.

Photo by author.

Check out calendar for local bands providing great music entertainment with outdoor bars and wood fired pizza.

Photo by author.

For seasonal hours and further information look at Dillon’s websites. https://dillonsrestaurant.com/ and https://dillonsatwesterntrailsranch.com/

Thank you for reading! :-)

--

--

Cook for Today

Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist with a culinary arts degree. Food and nutrition freelance writer "back to the basics!”