Here you can arrange horseback rides ($45 per hour), enjoy refreshments in the saloon or spend the night in inviting casitas. Campers ($30) and RVers ($50) can set up among the rocks. The saloon is open to the public for lunch and dinner Friday and Saturday, and lunch Sunday, with a Western band on Saturday nights.
Films as iconic as Stagecoach and 3:10 to Yuma have used the Triangle T as a set, and legends such as John Wayne, Gregory Peck and Kenny Rogers have been guests. On a more sombre note, the Japanese Ambassador to Hawaii and 38 other POWs, including 15 children, were interned here during WWII. High season is September to May.