Not much is left of the old ranch today except for a few timbers and some stones, unfortunately, it's been bulldozed. It sits on private property within the National Forest. The one thing that remains is the beautiful, shady oasis, the Bouquet spring. There are about 10 enormous palm trees Charles Bouquet planted at the water's edge with their roots in the water. They're flourishing today. It's hard to imagine such a place exists in the Arizona desert, especially on a 110 degree day like today.
When we were there, it was full of bullfrogs and water birds, taking refuge beneath the palm tree's heavy skirts. What a site!