2601 N. Crownpointe Drive
Prescott Valley, AZ 86314
Phone: (928) 771-2100
Fax: (928) 771-2228
This courser features 18 holes of challenging golf at a par of 72.
This well-groomed 36-hole course features trees on the North course and a spacious desert course to the South. Long tees afford you with 6,380 yards on the North course and 6,423 on the South. This course is Par-72 for men and Par-74 for women. Multiple tees offer satisfying games for those of all skill levels. Spikes are allowed on this course, as is regular golf attire; please call for a tee time up to seven days in advance.
Cooler playing is offered at this new par 7,200 yard Hale Irwin course in Prescott. You'll find five sets of tees and luxurious, pristine greens set amidst lovely lakes contained within 12 acres. Enjoy the unparalleled panoramic beauty of the mountains and trees in the Prescott area. Rates are highly seasonal and subject to change; summer greens fees, from July to October include a cart. Call for further information and for tee times. Plan a visit over the July 4th holiday and attend the activities at Prescott's Frontier Days.
During the early part of the 20th century, some citizens banded together to preserve the traditions of Northern Arizona and Prescott. This group of "Smoki People" began collections in the 20s, which have since evolved into the present museum. Collections include kachinas and basketry, prehistoric items like jewelry and pottery as well as stone artifacts. A collection from the southwestern artist Kate Cory is also featured.
Prescott Rodeo Grounds is a 170-acre park situated at the intersection of Prescott Lakes Parkway and Sundog Ranch Road. A 100-foot trek needs to be undertaken in order to access the ground. A panoramic view of the city of Prescott is available from the grounds. This place is one of the Rodeo venues in Arizona involving both cattle and horses alike.
Hassayampa Golf Club offers 18 holes and 6,660 yards of golfing.
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.
Horseback riding in the Bradshaw Mountains. Boarding and ranch parties services are also available.
Travel by rail through protected wilderness reservations and view Sinagua Indian ruins. Experience the main mode of transportation during the area's bustling mining days, when the first railroad was completed in 1882. This family-friendly opportunity is worth the trip to Clarkdale. On Friday evenings, treat yourself to the Grape Train Escape wine-tasting tour, and on Saturday nights, try the romantic Starlight Tour.
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.
Twenty miles Northwest of Sedona lies the little town of Clarkdale. Founded in 1912, the place was originally a mining town. Today, the population is just more than 3,000 residents and the economic base is related to various industries including tourism, plastics and cement. For 10 days beginning the first Friday in December, you may view the collections from local artists at the annual "Made in Clarkdale Art Show" event. Clarkdale is also the location for daily tours of the beautiful canyons from the Verde Canyon Railroad.
Play on this affordable championship course located in northern Arizona's high desert. Take the McGuireville exit off Interstate-17 and drive about 13 miles west. Surrounded by black hills, the average temperature here is a pleasant 80 degrees, at just under 4,000 feet elevation. Facilities include a 6,404-yard 18-hole course, with cart services and an on-site restaurant, driving range and a full service pro-shop. Please call for tee times, and as much as up to seven days in advance.