Nearly every weekend year-round, visitors and locals delight in the incredible special events in Prescott. Prescott is becoming known as a special events city, from the massive "World's Oldest Rodeo and Frontier Days" each summer over Fourth of July weekend, to a month's worth of events around Arizona's Christmas City, including lighting the tree on Courthouse Plaza, the Acker Musical Showcase, and "Dickens of a Christmas," to an extended summer (May through September) full weekends packed with music, art, food, cultural, and car and aeronautical festivals on Courthouse Square, there's always a special event and "something going on" in Prescott, Arizona.
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Best of PrescottPrescott recreation and guided tours include fishing and boating, horseback riding, hiking and biking, and Verde Valley sightseeing tours. [more...] Located in Prescott, this infamous walk is one of Arizona's most popular streets for visiting galleries, shops, bars and restaurants. [more...] Choose from Prescott's best attractions like Courthouse Square, Sharlot Hall Museum, Phippen Art Museum or the Smoki Museum. [more...] Prescott is in the heart of Arizona wine country. Take a tour to nearly a dozen wineries, vineyards and wine tasting rooms near Prescott. [more...] Hit the jackpot at any of several Prescott, Arizona area casinos. Enjoy gaming, entertainment, dining and family fun like bowling. [more...] Find the best local flavor Prescott has to offer in our restaurant guide. You will relish Prescott's relaxed and casual dining atmosphere. (more...)
- When and Where to See Fall Leaves in Arizona
October 05, 2012
In the fall, shorter days plus cooling temperatures in Arizona's higher elevations turn the state's mountains and meadows into a technicolor show of yellow, brown, and coral. But the leaf-peeping season is a short one, so here's a quick list and a handy map of when and where to capture the beauty of fall leaves [...]
- Pumpkin Patches and Family Fun Around AZ
October 04, 2012
Take the kids out for some fun this October at one of the handful of pumpkin patches around the state. Beyond picking pumpkins, you'll find corn mazes, great food, hayrides, petting zoos and live entertainment at these AZ pumpkin patches and pumpkin festivals, listed roughly north to south, and detailed on our AZ Pumpkin...
- Arizona October Kicks Off with Weekend Festivals
October 02, 2012
All over Arizona, temperatures are ratcheting down and outdoor events are ramping up. 'Tis the season for locals, families and visitors to head outside and discover all that October has to offer: pumpkins, markets, concerts, wine, beer, and wildlife. Kick off the month of October this weekend at one of these events: Octo...