Experience Prescott, Arizona where true west, real adventure come to life. Explore over 450 miles of groomed trails, fish lakes and streams, discover historic places, and take in the views. Prescott has something for everyone, year-round.
Surrounded by the largest stand of ponderosa pine trees in the world, Prescott enjoys four distinct seasons and an annual daytime average of 70 degrees. It also gets 300 days of sunshine per year, making it a favorite destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Because Prescott is centrally located in the state, it’s a great base to explore some of Arizona’s best sites, including the Grand Canyon.
When it comes to outdoor adventures, Prescott can’t be rivaled. The city boasts five lakes, where you can kayak, canoe, boat and fish. It also has more than 450 miles of scenic trails, including the 56-mile Prescott Circle Trail, which loops around the city. Need more of a challenge? Try your hand at rock climbing in a guided class at Granite Dells.
For even more family fun, plan a visit around one of Prescott’s many festivals. On 4th of July weekend, the city celebrates the World’s Oldest Rodeo with a parade and rodeo events. During the holidays, bring the family and explore downtown, or the World’s Largest Gingerbread Village at Prescott Resort.
Whenever you experience Prescott, you’ll be captivated by its beautiful landscapes and small-town charm.