Located at the intersection of State Highways 69 and 89, or about 20 miles west of Interstate 17; and halfway between two major trans-continental interstates, I-40 and I-10.
Includes the Prescott National Forest, an abundance of wildlife, diverse fishing options, golf courses for all skill levels, hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails, and countless camping sites.
Home to some of Arizona’s most recognizable historical sites, museums, galleries, entertainment venues, and public parks.
Encompasses a wide variety of unique boutiques, antique shops, specialty stores, restaurants offering their own cuisine, and local brew pubs.
Boasts several highly regarded institutions of higher education – Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott College, Yavapai College, and Northern Arizona University/Yavapai County campus in Prescott Valley.
The Phoenix Metro Area is located 90 minutes to the south, which has Sky Harbor International Airport, Arizona State University, professional sports teams, along with world class dining, entertainment, and shopping.
The City of Flagstaff is located 90 minutes to the north and provides a cooler climate with majestic pines, downhill and cross country skiing and snowboarding in winter, and one of Arizona’s three public universities-Northern Arizona University that also has a campus in Prescott Valley.