When planning your visit to Prescott, check out the visitor information here for handy driving directions and airport information, weather by season, a community event calendar and a calendar of special events. Get some insight on Prescott's rich history and why Prescott is called "Everybody's Hometown," "The Mile-High City," "Where History Lives On," and "Arizona's First Territorial Capital." Have questions about Prescott? Read our Frequently Asked Questions or find out more about Prescott’s place as the anchor of the Tri-Cities area and the Gateway to Northern Arizona. Got a new question for us? We invite you to connect with Prescott.com through email, Facebook, Twitter or our blog.
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Prescott Community Links:
Prescott Arizona Chamber of Commerce
City of Prescott Official Site
Prescott Newspaper - The Daily Courier
Yavapai Community College
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Prescott Campus
Northern Arizona University - Prescott Campus
Prescott Airport - Ernest A. Love Field
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Best Places to StayA full list of Prescott economy, moderate to upscale lodging including hotels, bed & breakfasts, cabins, motels, and resorts. [more] Prescott has some of the most charming hotels in the country. Choose from historic or brand-name Prescott hotels downtown or nearby areas. [more] A visit to a charming town like Prescott begs a stay at a charming bed & breakfast. After all, Prescott is Arizona's Bed & Breakfast City. [more] Whether they're called motels, limited service hotels or economy hotels, clean and comfortable is the meaning at these Prescott motels. [more] Surrounded by the beauty of the Bradshaw Mountains, these Prescott cabins and cottages offer the best of the outdoors year-round. [more] Pack your pooch for Prescott and check out these pet-friendly and dog-friendly Prescott hotels, motels and bed & breakfasts. [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...