The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanly Jr.
Evening Forest Walk
29th Annual Mountain Artists Guild Fine Art & Wine Festival
Stay and Play Package
Tee up this year with the Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs. Stay and Play package. This astounding package includes a one-night stay, breakfast for two and one round of golf at the scenic Lookout Mountain
Customize your own TOUR PACKAGE... small groups of 4-10 persons
Enjoy your own group charter for up to 10 persons. Pick ups in Tucson and Sierra Vista. BASE RATE of $300 for first 3 hours plus $50 per hour thereafter. 100 mile radius. (or fuel surcharge may apply)
Prescott is located in Arizona's North Central mountains; four mild seasons offer just enough variation to make the weather both moderate and interesting. Prescott is a mile-high city nestled in the Prescott National Forest, which has the largest stand of ponderosa pines. With a classic downtown replete with Victorian homes, turn-of-the-century saloons and other historic settings, you'll find plenty of Western history in Prescott - much of it dating back to the days of Wyatt Earp.
Prescott offers over 400 miles of hiking, mountain biking and equestrian trails. It's also home to four of Arizona's most prized museums, and loaded with art galleries, antique shops, local eateries and golfing. For a day on the water, visit one of the city's four beautiful small lakes, perfect for boating, fishing and nature watching.
Prescott has more than 700 homes and businesses listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Its granite downtown courthouse set among green lawns and spreading American elm trees reflects the Midwestern and New England background of Prescott's early pioneers, thus coining the phrase, "Everybody's Hometown" - and making the city the perfect place for a historic home tour or bed and breakfast getaway.
For Visitors Information:
117 W. Goodwin Street
Prescott, AZ 86302
(800) 266-7534 toll-free
- County: Yavapai
- Year of Incorporation: 1883
- Elevation: 5,347
- Population: 43,280