This vacation property is situated with Bradshaw and Mingus Mountain views give a spectacular dark night skies and cool breezes. The outdoors person can come enjoy fishing, kayaking, hiking, golfing and mountain climbing. For our history buffs we have Prescott and Jerome that lets you walk into yester years of gold mining days and cowboys. For those who love the arts and music we have festivals held at Prescott square through the summer or pop up to Sedona for some extra looks of art with surrounding red mountains and there fine dining. And who could forget the Grand Canyon with all of its splendor. Because the home is just off of Hwy 69 and Hwy 169 it makes it accessible to all parts of Central Az sites.
Other Activities: The Prescott area's got it all! Part of the charm of Prescott, Prescott Valley and Dewey is of Old West and the Worlds Oldest Rodeo Prescott, Arizona is home to some of the most amazing natural beauty to be found in Northern Arizona and is a hub of state history, tradition, art and culture.
No matter what your interests are, Prescott, Arizona offers something for everyone - museums, art galleries, six golf courses, lodging and accommodations, five lakes, boutiques, fine dining, theatre and 450 miles of hiking and recreational trails.
There is a fun filled calendar of events scheduled to delight, entertain, educate and amuse. Many of the events are free and the others are extremely reasonable making a trip to Prescott, Arizona affordable for everyone. Families will enjoy our friendly environment, restaurants and attractions.
Prescott area offers more than special events. Visitors will love browsing through boutiques and strolling through numerous galleries. There are four area theatres presenting an array of music, dance and drama.
Is golf your game? Golfers can test their skills on a different course every day on one of six public courses. That's right; the Prescott area has 108 holes of challenging and affordable golf within a short driving distance of where you would be staying.
Golf: The 18-hole North at Antelope Hills Golf Course in Prescott, Arizona is a public golf course that opened in 1956. Designed by Lawrence Hughes, North at Antelope Hills Golf Course measures 6844 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 128 and a 72
The 18-hole South at Antelope Hills Golf Course in Prescott, Arizona is a public golf course that opened in 1992. Designed by Gary Panks, South at Antelope Hills Golf Course measures 7014 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 124 and a 71
The 18-hole 'Quail Wood Greens' course at the Quail Wood Greens Golf Course facility in Dewey, Arizona features 5,258 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 67 . The course rating is 64.1 and it has a slope rating of 109. Quail Wood Greens golf course opened in 1990. John Slichter manages the course as the Golf Professional
.Established in 1971, Prescott Golf & Country Club is nestled in the golden panoramic valley between the Mingus and Bradshaw Mountain ranges. Prescott Golf & Country Club not only offers breathtaking views, but also fast bent grass greens and lush tree lined fairways. This course has the perfect ingredients for you to enjoy your best round of golf ever.
Prescott Golf & Country Club is a semi-private, regulation 18-hole, par 72, golf course designed for all skill levels allowing play from 5,700 yards to 6,800 yards. If you like to practice, the Club also offers a double-sided practice facility with driving tees, chipping and putting greens