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As Phoenix’s neighbor, the Yavapai-Prescott tribe’s resort and casinos are a great escape from the hustle and bustle of busy city life. Gamble, shop, play, and stay. Whatever your pleasure, visitors will find relaxing and ample amenities in this hideaway just outside of Phoenix.
Discover a land of rolling hills adjacent to Prescott that offers visitors a generous selection of activities. The resort rests on the "Top of the Rock," offering picturesque views of Prescott.
The tribe has called Arizona home for centuries and works to preserve their culture. Best known for their intricate basket weaving, the tribe’s flag even features a historic basket design unique to the Yavapai-Prescott people.
The Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe operates two casinos, Bucky's Casino and Yavapai Casino. The two casinos provide approximately 24,000-square-feet of gaming space, 475 slot machines, and a resort with 160 rooms. Table games include live poker and 21. Yavapai Cantina at Yavapai Casino< has a sports bar and large screen TVs, so visitors can catch the big games.
Stay at the scenic Prescott Resort and Conference Center. The resort sits on top of a hill, overlooking Prescott and encouraging a relaxing atmosphere. Each of the rooms are designed in the spirit of the Yavapai Tribe with artwork indicative to the majestic scenery of the Prescott area.
State Route 69 and US Route 89 intersect the reservation approximately 90 miles from the Phoenix metro area.
530 E. Merritt St.
Prescott, AZ 86301