Things to do in Prescott

Looking for things to do in Prescott, well you won’t need to look far. Prescott, “Everybody’s Hometown,” offers a vibrant downtown area with a great variety of history, shops restaurants and boutique and specialty shops. When you are looking for a more active adventure, Prescott offers many outdoor experiences that include hiking, boating and trail riding.

Downtown Prescott has a small town flavor with the center square holding the granite courthouse in a beautiful setting of green grass and large beautiful trees. Surrounding streets have a great variety of shops from restaurants and boutique shops to specialty shops for hiking gear. The nightlife of Whiskey Row in downtown Prescott also offers an abundance of entertainment from the Bird Cage Saloon to The Whisky Row Mall you are sure to find something to do in Prescott.

Nestled around the Prescott National Forest, there is an abundance of hiking and mountain bike trails as well as scenic rides by car or motorcycle. With nearly 450 miles of hiking trails in the 1.25 million acres of the Prescott National Forest, you may just wear out a pair of boots trying to hike them all.

Want to slow things down and check out the Art and History around the area, Prescott offers museums and Art Galleries such as the Smoki Museum. Ready to entertain the kids, check out the spot Children’s Museum. Needing an Art fix, the Mountain Artist’s Guild hosts emerging artists in Prescott.

At an elevation of over 5,000 feet, Prescott has a wonderfully mild four season climate with bountiful sunshine 300 days a year which provides above average opportunity to explore the many things you can do in Prescott.


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