Prescott is a charming city with a proud pioneer history. Surrounded by the Prescott National Forest and the stunning Granite Dells, you are never too far away from adventure here. The city is certainly vibrant but it still maintains a small town feel, which makes visitors feel easily welcome and at home. Other than hiking and making the most of the beautiful scenery, you can enjoy museums, a zoo, and boating out on the lakes. Over in Courthouse Plaza, you'll find all of the boutiques, art galleries and restaurants, as well as the famous Whiskey Row. Don’t forget to check out the oldest rodeo in the world too!
Top thing to do include visiting Lynx Lake to experience the outdoors. There are boat rentals here and you can wander along the two-mile Lakeshore Trail. You can also hike to the Lynx Creek Ruin. Alternatively, go fishing, canoeing and kayaking at Watson Lake in the Granite Dells, which also has trails around the lake for hiking and biking. To learn about the local history, visit Sharlot Hall Museum where you can find out more about the territorial days, plus learn about the Yavapai Prescott Indian Tribe. You can also appreciate western art at the Phippen Museum. To see tigers, black bears and mountain lions, head to Heritage Park Zoo.
The best times to visit Prescott for good weather is during the summer months. In addition, fall is a beautiful time of year to vacation in Prescott when all of the leaves turn red, orange and yellow.
A visit to Prescott Arizona is ideal to explore one of the state's most beautiful and historic destinations, with many Prescott cabin rentals providing the perfect base for a stay. Nestled in one the biggest Ponderosa pine forests in America, the wilderness really is at your feet. You'll find a huge range of things to do here, including exploring the historic downtown, golfing, kayaking, horseback riding and much more. A visit to Prescott AZ would not be complete without seeing the world famous Whisky Row, packed with historic landmarks.
This idyllic mountain escape is less than two hours from Phoenix, and cabin rentals are in abundance. The majority of rentals in Prescott are located in Downtown Prescott, home to a large range of shopping, dining and nightlife. For a more adventurous escape, get a vacation rental close to the Prescott National Forest, with hiking trails right on your doorstep. Picture yourself sitting in a hot tub outside your vacation home looking up at the trees and your incredible mountainous surroundings -- paradise!
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Those looking to get some work finished during their trip to Prescott can choose from 474 places to stay that provide WiFi. 50 places to stay include a breakfast. You can keep up with your workout routine by staying at one of 16 accommodations that provide gym facilities. If you're planning on getting to Prescott by car, be sure to choose from 464 accommodations that provide parking. We have 17 vacation rentals that have a pool or jacuzzi.
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