Prescott's Got It All!
Prescott, Arizona is home to some of the most spectacular scenic beauty to be found in Northern Arizona.
No matter what your interests are, Prescott, Arizona offers something for everyone - museums, art galleries, six golf courses, lodging and accommodations, five lakes, boutiques, fine dining, theatre and 450 miles of hiking and recreational trails.
There is a fun filled calendar of events designed to delight, entertain, educate and amuse. Many of the events are free and the others are extremely reasonable making a entertainment in Prescott, Arizona affordable for everyone. The friendly people, wonderful schools, and diverse restaurants and attractions make Prescott a wonderful place to live.
Prescott offers more than special events. Visitors will love browsing through boutiques and strolling through various downtown galleries. There are four area theatres in Prescott presenting an array of music, dance and drama.
Is golf your game? Golfers can test their skills on a different course every day on one of six public courses. That's right; the Prescott area has 108 holes of challenging and affordable golf within a short driving distance of your home.
Prescott's central location in Northern Arizona make it a great place to take trips to the Grand Canyon, skiing in Flagstaff, and relaxing in the cool pines.
Prescott is a great place to spend a few days exploring Arizona's first territorial capital. A historic walking tour of downtown Prescott will take you on a journey through time to the old west. Shopping, dining and entertainment are plentiful along Whiskey Row in downtown Prescott. Three museums, Sharlot Hall Museum, Phippen Museum, and Smoki Museum, boast informative exhibits on Arizona's territorial history and native cultures. Over 450 miles of recreational trails wind through the Prescott National Forest offering enjoyment for hikers, mountain bikers and horseback riders.
Prescott is located in central Arizona amid the largest strand of Ponderosa Pine in the world. Since Prescott's founding as the first territorial Capital of Arizona and the establishment of nearby Fort Whipple, government has been a dominant sector in the city's economy. Prescott is the headquarters of the Prescott National Forest and is the Yavapai County seat. The city is named in honor of William Hickling Prescott, a noted historian.
Prescott is rich in historic and scenic attractions. Sharlot Hall Museum and the Smoki Museum contain pioneer and Indian artifacts. Nearby recreational opportunities include: Thumb Butte, Prescott's outstanding landmark; scenic drives, such as the Senator Highway, and the Prescott National Forest, which contains more than 1.2 million acres of land. A number of lakes are within the vicinity, including Lynx, Granite Basin, Watson, Willow and Goldwater. Major annual events include Territorial Days, Bluegrass Festival, and All-Indian Pow-Wow in June; The Prescott Frontier Days Rodeo and Celebration on the Fourth of July; The Phippen Western Art Show on Memorial Day weekend; The County Fair and the Faire on the Square in September; and the Christmas Parade and Courthouse Lighting in December.
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