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Wide-open views, a rich mining history, and family fun make Dewey-Humboldt a worthwhile getaway.

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History buffs: Behold artifacts, pictures, and records at the D-H Museum that paint a picture of the Dewey-Humboldt area’s past. As far back as the 1500s, Spanish explorers were in the area seeking gold and silver. In the mid-1800s, miners and farmers followed. 

More recently – in 2004, to be exact – Dewey-Humboldt was formed as a merger of two neighboring communities in the Agua Fria River Valley. The combination brought the rich farming culture of Dewey together with mining community of Humboldt. The marriage of the towns was spearheaded to ensure the area’s rural flavor would continue to thrive.

One of the biggest attractions is Mortimer Farms. Enjoy sweet corn in the summer and endless acres of pumpkins in the fall. Mortimer’s Country Store sells the farm’s bounty of vegetables, farm-raised poultry, Black Angus beef, and seasonal specialties. If you visit in the fall, experience Pumpkin Fest, with a haunted house, a 10-acre corn maze, fire dancers, and much more family fun.


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Dewey-Humboldt Town Hall | 2735 S. Hwy. 69, Ste. 12 | Humboldt, AZ | 928-632-7362 |

County It all started How High? Head Count
Yavapai 2004 4,583ft 3,894

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