Destination Prescott

Surrounded by breathtaking landscape and one of the nation’s largest ponderosa pine forests, Prescott is a must-see for the outdoors person. Six area lakes and more than 450 miles of recreational trails offer a wealth of activities and adventures.

Prescott’s history and cultural heritage are readily apparent: nearly 800 buildings on the National Register of Historic Buildings, four museums, the historic Courthouse Plaza and famous (and once infamous) Whiskey Row are hallmarks of this charming, mile-high community.

The World’s Oldest Rodeo is in Prescott

And don’t forget The World’s Oldest Rodeo is in Prescott. This year it celebrates 122 years of rodeo history and tradition with eight great performances through July 5th. Additional events include a rodeo parade, arts and crafts show, rodeo dance and more.

For golfers, the Prescott area has 144 cool holes just 90 minutes north of Phoenix. Boasting some of the state’s most beautiful, affordable, state-of- the-art public and private golf facilities, Prescott offers year-round play.

Prescott’s mile-high climate makes it an ideal destination for golfers. With over 300 days of sunshine each year and average summer temperatures of 85 degrees, there are plenty of reasons to spend some time here. Each course offers challenging, varied terrain, including rolling hills, tree-lined fairways and granite outcroppings.

For hotel and activity information, call 1-800-266-7534 or visit online at

Summer Golf Special

Prescott area hotels have partnered with Antelope Hills Golf Course to promote the “Golf Free in Prescott…because Prescott Rocks!” special golf package, running through October 31. Stay two nights at any participating hotel and get two free rounds of golf and golf cart for $240 mid-week and $280 on weekends. Guests are required to schedule their own tee time directly with Antelope Hills. Blackout dates and other restrictions may apply--you can learn more from the individual properties. Go to to learn more.



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