Hiking in Prescott AZ - Prescott Hiking Trails
Prescott, Arizona is famous for its history as a territorial capitol, but it also has great places for people who love to hike and enjoy the outdoors. Here are some favorite Prescott hiking trails.
They have 300 slots and Live-Action Poker, 24 hours a day. Across the street you'll find Yavapai Casino with 175 slots and live Bingo.
City of Prescott Events Calendar
Here's what's going on in Prescott.
Demographics of the Prescott Area
From City of Prescott Economic Development, population, housing, income and other statistics.
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Over thirty degree programs are offered at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. They also have an Elderhostel program for seniors.
Maps of Prescott
Provided by the PrescottRealEstate.com.
Palace Restaurant & Saloon
On infamous Whiskey Row in downtown Prescott. they also have a dinner theatre.
Parks and Trails Map
From the City of Prescott.
Prescott Area Golf
There are plenty of opportunities to play golf. Here are the courses and the details.
From Arizona Paths, photos of local landmarks and points of interest.
Prescott Chamber of Commerce
"The Prescott Chamber Of Commerce promotes its membership by enhancing the overall business environment of Prescott."
Undergraduate programs, Masters programs and teaching certificates.
Prescott Downtown Partnership
"A non-profit membership organization whose sole focus is to unite the interests and concerns of downtown Prescott, an Arizona Main Street community."
Prescott Fine Arts Association
Bringing theatre, concerts and more to the Prescott area.
Prescott Frontier Days
The first organized rodeo in the world took place on the northwest side of Prescott back on July 4, 1888, and every July you can enjoy the festivities.
Prescott Gateway Mall
"A traditional indoor shopping experience with 50 stores and an outdoor Village with 30 shops and restaurants with stunning views of the Bradshaw Mountains and an outdoor amphitheatre."
Prescott Jazz Society
"Dedicated specifically to assisting, advancing, supporting, promoting, and advocating the development and enjoyment of jazz music in northern Arizona."
Prescott Municipal Airport
Also known as Ernest A. Love Field, classified as a general aviation airport and is modernizing towards becoming a regional airport.
Prescott National Forest
Camping, picnicking, fishing, hunting, driving for pleasure, nature photography, mountain climbing, hiking, and horseback riding.
Links to The Daily Courier, the Prescott Valley Tribune, Chino Valley Review, Big Bug News, Canyon Country News.
Prescott Public Library
This library's history dates back to 1863, when Prescott was just a small territorial mining town.
Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce
"Since 1990, Prescott Valley, one of Arizona's fastest growing communities, has gone from a population of 8,858 to more than 20,000."
Sharlot Hall Museum
"The Sharlot Hall Museum is the largest museum in the central territory of Arizona, and is dedicated to providing educational adventures in human and natural history."
Check out the events calendar for community, theatre and athletic events.
Prescott is in Yavapai County, as is Cottonwood and Sedona.
Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse racing Memorial Day through Labor Day. Also the site of the Yavapai County Fair in September.