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2601 N. Crownpointe Drive, Prescott Valley, AZ, US, 86314

  • Phone: (928) 771-2100
  • Fax: (928) 771-2228
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Supports Green Practices

"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

4.7 out of 5 (298 reviews)
94% of guests recommend this hotel


»Watson Lake

Surrounded by a shore that is strewn with rough, granite boulders and rocks on all sides, the clam, blue waters of Watson Lake lie in stark contrast to the rugged landscape that surrounds it. The smooth-surfaced, tranquil lake is ideal for kayaking, boating and canoeing, while its bountiful stock of crappie, largemouth bass and bluegill ensure that fishing enthusiasts will find plenty to keep them happy. There are ample opportunities to enjoy other outdoor activities like horse back riding, bird watching, hiking, rock climbing and picnicking as well. If you enjoy photography, be sure to bring your camera along for you will surely want to capture this vision of natural beauty.!--td {border: 1px solid #ccc;}br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;

3101 Watson Lake Road
Prescott, AZ 86301

»Lynx Lake

Lynx lake lies nestled amidst the rolling peaks of the Bradshaw Mountains, like a deep-blue jewel that silently shimmers beneath the warm sunshine on a bed of soft green velvet. Its elevated location has blessed the lake and its surroundings with a blissfully cool climate that offers those weary of the desert's summer heat a much welcomed retreat. Visitors can enjoy boating, canoeing and kayaking across the mirror like surface of the lake, relax by the shore and take in the splendid natural bounty that surrounds them, or hike along the many trails that run along the lake's shore. Lynx lake is especially popular amongst anglers who have the opportunity to net themselves catfish, crappie, largemouth bass and rainbow trout. With its natural bounty and majestic beauty, Lynx Lake draws to its shore thousands of visitors each year.

Off Walker Road
Prescott, AZ 86303

»Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary

Well known as the Prescott Animal Park Association, the Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary is a beautiful surrounding for the animals and is a non profit organization. This beautiful vast natural land which is the animal sanctuary is a home of conservation and protection for native as well as exotic animals. Along with a great place to visit and watch the animals it is also a great center of education where one cn learn many things about wildlife and nature. Each section of animals here have a story and a lesson to teach. Tours are available here too.

1403 Heritage Park Road
Prescott, AZ 86301

»Pioneer Park

Pioneer Park is a lovely local park and has good facilities for visitors. The park has nature trails, a hockey rink and restrooms for the visitors.

1200 Commerce Drive
Prescott, AZ 86305

»Granite Mountain Brewing

Granite Mountain Brewing is a local brewery that was established in 2010. Enjoy locally produced cider, mead and a wide array of beers. The brewery is popular among locals and is open to public visitation. 

123 North Cortez Street
Prescott, AZ 86301

»Prescott Courthouse Plaza

At the center of the charming town of Prescott is the Prescott Courthouse Plaza.  Home to an array of chic boutiques, gourmet restaurants, colorful art galleries and, in the summer months, outdoor concerts, this historic area is the destination for fun in the Sedona region.

120 South Cortez Street
Prescott, AZ 86303

»Sharlot Hall Museum

The collection of the Sharlot Hall Museum are spread across nine buildings and four gardens and a tour to these would take you through various themed exhibits related to the region's history and culture. Among these, the Native American baskets collection is recommended because of display of colorful items. Fun events and other festivities are a regular feature at the museum.

415 West Gurley Street
Prescott, AZ 86301

»Goldwater Lake

This beautiful little lake is located just a short drive away from downtown Prescott. While kayaking and canoeing enthusiasts will enjoy gliding along the lake's smooth-as-silk surface, photographers will delight in capturing its alluring beauty on film. When undisturbed, the lake's surface appears almost mirror-like, reflecting the azure sky above and the lush green landscape that surrounds it. By the lake, you will also find hiking trails, a playground for kids and delightful picnic spots. The lake is stocked with rainbow trout, crappie, catfish, sunfish, bluegill and largemouth bass, and is a delight for anglers of every caliber. With so much on offer, a trip to Goldwater Lake promises to be a fun-filled experience for the entire family. The lake's exact opening hours vary through the year, but is usually open during daylight hours. A small entrance fee of USD2 applies per vehicle.

South Senator Highway
Prescott, AZ 86303

»Groom Creek Schoolhouse

Nestled in the Prescott National Forest, Groom Creek Schoolhouse is a historic school made from native stone. It is now used as a group picnic site and features two rooms and many foldable tables and chairs. The nearby Schoolhouse Picnic Site has ten picnic tables, an amphitheater and restrooms. You can also access the Groom Creek Nature Trail winding through the pine forest from here. This cabin is also available for weddings and reunions.

4573-4583 South Senator Highway
Prescott, AZ 86303

»Prescott National Forest

The Prescott National Forest occupies a 1,250,000 acre (505,857 hectare) area in the state of Arizona and is divided into eight ranger districts. The area was designated a national forest in 1908 and is a host to a number of recreation activities like water sports, winter sports, biking and hiking among others. The forest also has a number of campsites, campgrounds and picnic areas.

Iron Springs Road
Prescott, AZ 86303

»Tuzigoot National Monument

View the ruins of a once prosperous agrarian civilization from atop a high ridge. The people who lived here, the Sinagua, cultivated this land from about 1100-1400 A.D. Originally consisting of approximately 110 rooms, the structure at one time sported three stories in places. Investigate the visitor's center, then follow interpretive trails—walk the paths of a strong and persistent people. The monument is located about 20 miles southwest of Sedona off highway 89A in Clarkdale. Admission is USD3 per person, cash only. Other ancient ruins nearby include Montezuma's Castle and Well.

100 Main St
Clarkdale, AZ 86324

»Dead Horse Ranch State Park

Dead Horse Ranch State Park is known for being a popular area for picnics, family outings and recreation. Various nature festivals and ranch events are held here.

675 Dead Horse Ranch Road
Cottonwood, AZ 86326
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