Prescott Attractions

Our list of top things to do in Prescott

Sightseeing Brochure-Complete List-

Whiskey Row

  • Drive Distance

    Only 10 mins from our Campground

  • Address

    120 S Cortez St. Prescott, AZ 86303

  • Information

    Whiskey Row is a block in Prescott, Arizona, which today exists on Montezuma Street between Goodwin and Gurley Streets, although it did spill over onto adjacent streets from time to time. The original Whiskey Row occupied the 100 block of Montezuma Street, and portions of the adjacent Cortez and Granite Streets. Shortly after Prescott’s founding in 1864, an area near the center of town began to accumulate saloons and other entertainment venues.

Courthouse Square

  • Drive Distance

    Only 9 mins from our Campground

  • Address

    Courthouse Plaza, 120 S Cortez St, Prescott, AZ 86303

  • Information

    Old buildings surround this lively historic plaza with grassy areas, statues & special events. Downtown Prescott is more than the Courthouse Plaza and Whiskey Row. There are many unique shops and restaurants in the downtown area. Cortez Street is well know for amazing antique shops. The Sharlot Hall Museum, Smoki Museum, and many art galleries offer visitors plenty of locations to see as well.

Watson Lake Park

  • Walking Distance

    Only 8-10 min walk from Campground

  • Address

    3101 Watson Lake Park Rd, Prescott, AZ 86301

  • Information

    Watson Lake is one of two reservoirs at the Granite Dells, outside of Prescott, that was formed in the early 1900s when the Chino Valley Irrigation District built a dam on Granite Creek. The City of Prescott bought the reservoir and surrounding land in 1997 to preserve it as recreational land. Local rock climbers use the granite cliffs above and adjacent to the lake for top-roping and lead climbing. Park Map

  • Watercraft Rentals

    Canoe and kayak rentals available. For information, prices, click; Born to Be Wild Adventures

  • Stocking Schedule

    AZGAME Stocking Schedule


Willow Lake Park

  • Drive Distance

    Only 3 mins from Campground. 15min walk from Campground.

  • Address

    1497 Heritage Park Rd, Prescott, AZ 86301

  • Information

    Willow Lake at Willow Lake Park is located just a few miles from downtown Prescott, Arizona near Watson Lake. It is an ideal place for canoeing, kayaking and bird-watching, or just sit on the rocks of Granite Dells and enjoy views and refreshing air. Recreation includes boating, fishing, hiking and picnicking. Willow Lake has a water surface area of about 400 acres Willow Lake Page

  • Watercraft Rentals

    Canoe and kayak rentals available. For information, prices, click; Born to Be Wild Adventures

  • Stocking Schedule

    AZGAME Stocking Schedule


Lynx Lake Park

  • Drive Distance

    Only 14 mins from our Campground

  • Information

    Lynx Lake is one of the most popular recreation areas in central Arizona. Mild weather, the cool ponderosa pine forest, a serene 55-acre lake, trout fishing, boating, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, archaeological sites, and bird watching attract visitors from throughout Arizona.

  • Park Website

    Lynx Lake Website

  • Stocking Schdeule

    AZGAME Stocking Website

Goldwater Lake

  • Distance

    Only 16 mins from our Campground

  • Address

    2875 S Goldwater Lake Rd, Prescott, AZ 86303

  • Information

    Goldwater Lake is a reservoir formed by a dam on Bannon Creek, located south of Prescott in North Central Arizona. This lake is maintained by the City of Prescott Parks and Recreation department. The park has facilities for picnicking, fishing, boating, hiking, volleyball, and horseshoes.

  • Park Website

    Goldwater Website

  • Stocking Schdeule

    AZGAME Stocking Website

Pioneer Park

  • Drive Distance

    Only 8 mins from our Campground

  • Address

    Pioneer Park, Prescott, AZ 86305

  • Information

    A series of color-coded trails ranging in length form 1.68 miles to 9.0 miles. Located across Commerce Drive from the Pioneer Park ball field complex. Summer Hours 7am - 10pm Winter Hours 7am - Sunset

  • Lots to Do!

    Parking Fee: FREE. Multi-use Facility Softball/Baseball/Soccer. Field Rentals. Running Trails. Trail Access to Brownlow Trails. Pickleball Courts (with plans to add 4 more courts). Roller Hockey Rink. Restrooms. Sheltered Picnic Tables. Access to Kayla's Hands Playground. When there isn't a pandemic Pioneer Park is the setting for many sporting and community events staring in March and going right through October

Heritage Park Zoo

  • Distance

    Only 7 mins from our Campground

  • Business Hours

    Mon-Sat: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

  • Address

    1403 Heritage Park Rd, Prescott, AZ 86301

  • Phone

    (928) 778-4242

  • Information

    Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary is a non-profit wildlife sanctuary, dedicated to the conservation and protection of native and exotic animals. Located in scenic Prescott, Arizona, the sanctuary provides a source of recreation, education and entertainment for all ages.

Sharlot Hall Museum

  • Distance

    Only 9 mins from our Campground

  • Address

    415 W. Gurley St., Prescott, AZ 86301

  • Business Hours

    10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Closed Mondays

  • Phone

    (928) 445-3122

  • Information

    Sharlot Hall Museum is an open-air museum located in Prescott. Opened in 1928 by Sharlot M. Hall as the Old Governor’s Mansion Museum, it is dedicated to preserving the history and folklore of Yavapai County, Arizona. Sharlot Hall Museum is an educational and cultural center, which fosters public and community understanding and appreciation of historical, social, and natural aspects of Arizona, with emphasis on the Central Highlands, and which promotes involvement in and support for research, collections, conservation, exhibits, and related programs.

Phippen Museum

  • Distance

    Only 5 mins from our Campground

  • Address

    4701 AZ-89, Prescott, AZ 86301

  • Business Hours

    Phippen Museum is temporarily closed. Tues-Sat: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Sun: 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.

  • Phone

    (928) 778-1385

  • Information

    Local artist and first president of the Cowboy Artists of America, George Phippen, passed away in 1965 at the age of 50 and never saw the museum that bears his name. But being a man dedicated to his Western art and supportive of others in like pursuit, he would no doubt be proud of the role the Phippen Museum plays today in the continued presentation, promotion and preservation of Art of the American West.

Antelope Hills Golf

  • Distance

    Only 6 mins from our Campground

  • Address

    1 Perkins Dr, Prescott, AZ 86301

  • Business Hours

  • Phone

    (928) 776-7888

  • Information

    Antelope Hills Golf Courses is located in Prescott, Arizona. Antelope Hills offers two beautiful golf courses, over 10 acres of driving range, The Centennial Center — a wedding and event venue, and a full service restaurant, the Manzanita Grill.

Stone Ridge Golf

  • Distance

    Only 20 mins from our Campground

  • Address

    1601 Bluff Top Dr, Prescott Valley, AZ 86314

  • Phone

    (928) 772-6500

  • Information

    Welcome to StoneRidge Golf Course, your number one option for a round of golf in beautiful Prescott Valley, AZ. StoneRidge Golf Course is the most majestic of all the Prescott Arizona golf options. This is a truly unforgettable golf experience, unlike any in Northern Arizona. StoneRidge Golf Course is a 2,000-acre residential community nestled in the foothills of the Bradshaw Mountains overlooking Prescott Valley. In addition to great golf, StoneRidge has a full service golf shop and a fantastic restaurant the Prescott Club At StoneRidge.

Jerome Mining Town

  • Distance

    Only 42 mins from our Campground

  • Information

    Located high on top of Cleopatra Hill between Prescott and Cottonwood is the historic copper mining town of Jerome. Once known as the wickedest town in the west, Jerome was a copper mining camp, growing from a settlement of tents to a roaring mining community. Four disastrous fires destroyed large sections of the town during its early history, resulting in the incorporation of the City of Jerome in 1899.

Gold King Mine

  • Distance

    Only 45 mins from our Campground

  • Address

    1000 Perkinsville Rd, Jerome AZ 86331

  • Business Hours

    Mon – Sun: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

  • Phone

    (928) 634-0053

  • Information

    Collection of mining artifacts, old cars and collectibles, housed in over 15 buildings. We are located one mile north of Jerome, Az. Keep right past the Fire Station at the north end of town to all the fun.

Bucky's Casino

  • Distance

    Only 11 mins from our Campground

  • Address

    1500 AZ-69, Prescott, AZ 86301

  • Phone

    (800) 756-8744

  • Information

    Bucky’s Casino is a casino complex located in the Prescott Resort. The casino features a variety of slot machines and table games along with two restaurants. The casino offers convenient valley-wide bus pickups for easy and safe transport to and from the casino and area lodging and other attractions. The casino is open all day every day and has more than 500 gaming machines. They have sixteen game tables featuring 7 Card Stud, Texas Hold’Em and Blackjack as well as a non-smoking poker room. They offer a cafe and sports bar that serve snacks and meals. The Yavapai casino is located just across the street for even more gaming fun.

Elks Theater

  • Distance

    Only 8 mins from our Campground

  • Address

    117 E Gurley St # 115, Prescott, AZ 86301

  • Business Hours

    Tues – Fri: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Sat-Mon: Closed

  • Phone

    (928) 777-1370

  • Information

    The Elks Building and Theater on East Gurley Street in Prescott, Arizona is an Early Commercial style building built in 1904. It has served as a clubhouse. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978

Hotshots Park

  • Distance

    55 mins from our Campground

  • Information

    Granite Mountain Hotshots Memorial State Park was dedicated in 2016 as a place to remember the 19 Granite Mountain Hotshot Firefighters who were lost on June 30, 2013, while fighting the Yarnell Hill Fire. We invite you to hike the trail to better understand the experience of these men as well as to appreciate the beauty of the town of Yarnell and the surrounding areas. Hike the Hotshots Trail from the parking lot trailhead up to the overlook where you’ll see sweeping views in every direction, and perhaps leave a memento on our rememberance wall. Or continue your hike down the Memorial Trail, where you can pay your respects at the site where the Hotshots were recovered. The hike is approximately 3.5 miles long from the trailhead to the fatality site, for a full length of about 7 miles.

Juniper Tree

  • Distance

    Only 45 mins from our Campground

  • Information

    July 2016 Mangum Dental Hike-of-the-Month describes a hike to the Grandfather Juniper, a legendary tree with local fame. The Juniper tree may be the largest know Juniper in the world with a circumference measuring over 26 ft. at the base. The tree is estimated to be 1000 years old and was named one of Arizona’s “Magnificent 7” trees for 2015. The plaque at the base of the tree tells the entire story. In short, this tree was spared from the Doce Fire in June 2013 through the valiant efforts of the Granite Mountain Hotshots from the City of Prescott Fire Department. Later that month, responding to another urgent threat to homes and communities, 19 of the 20 hotshots tragically lost their lives. This hike is dedicated to their memory and this tree is a representation of how much we miss our 19 heroes.

Frontier Days

  • Distance

    Only 13 mins from our Campground

  • Address

    840 Rodeo Dr., Mackin Building # D, Prescott, AZ 86305

  • Phone

    (928) 445-3103

  • Information

    Prescott Frontier Days presents the annual World’s Oldest Rodeo at the Prescott Rodeo Grounds. Since 1888, this traditional event has occurred annually over the 4th of July weekend with eight breath-taking performances.

ALTO Off Road Pit

  • Distance

    Only 20 mins from our Campground

  • Information

    From our campground, turn left, turn right at roundabout onto Willow Lake Road, then left on Willow Creek Road. Then go to Iron Spring Road. Continue 5 miles past the junction of Gale Gardner Way and Iron Springs Road. Alto Pit is on the right side of the road. ATV and dirt bike riders (off-road vehicles of 50” or less in width) enjoy 400 acres with approximately 20 miles of motorized trails, 2 cross-country areas, and a designated children’s area. The main area is a former gravel pit at 6,200 foot elevation just below Granite Mountain. There is also a smaller gravel pit. Rock and granite surface the area. A host is available to provide information and assist visitors.

Farmers Market

  • Distance

    Only 12 mins from our Campground

  • Information

    Prescott’s Farmers Market is an open-air farmers market where visitors and locals can browse for the best of home-grown and home-made local goods. The market has several locations around the city, including Harkins Theatres, Yavapai College, and a location in Chino Valley. The Summer Market at Yavapai College is the largest location and features more than sixty vendors. During the winter they offer an additional winter market. Vendors sell local eggs, fresh fruit, farm-fresh vegetables, and artisan foods prepared locally. The vendors are required to either raise or grow everything they sell locally in Arizona. If the item is hand-made or a prepared food product, they must use a certain percentage of Arizona products.

Highlands Natural History

  • Distance

    Only 11 mins from our Campground

  • Address

    1375 Walker Rd, Prescott, AZ 86303

  • Business Hours

    Mon – Sun: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

  • Phone

    (928) 776-9550

  • Information

    Highlands Natural History. Naturalists, young and old alike will be awakened to the wonder of nature on the 80–acre site nestled in the Prescott National Forest, 15-minutes from Prescott’s Courthouse Square.

Bearizona Wildlife

  • Distance

    1 hour, 30 mins from our Campground

  • Address

    1500 Historic Rte 66, Williams, AZ 86046

  • Business Hours

    Mon-Sun: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

  • Phone

    (928) 635-2289

  • Information

    Wildlife park offering a drive-thru experience starring wolves, bears, bison, mountain goats & more.

Verde Railroad

  • Distance

    Only 55 mins from our Campground

  • Address

    300 N Broadway, Clarkdale, AZ 86324

  • Business Hours

    Mon – Sun: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

  • Phone

    (800) 582-7245

  • Information

    The Verde Canyon Railroad is a heritage railroad running between Clarkdale and Perkinsville in the U.S. state of Arizona. The passenger excursion line operates on 20 miles of tracks of the Clarkdale Arizona Central Railroad, a shortline.

Out of Africa

  • Distance

    Only 49 mins from our Campground

  • Address

    3505 Arizona 260, Camp Verde, AZ 86322

  • Business Hours

    Thurs – Sat: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

  • Phone

    (928) 778-4242

  • Information

    In the heart of the Verde Valley, the mission of Out of Africa Wildlife Park is to create the ultimate animal adventure for all ages, one steeped in fun, immersed in learning, and inspired by a living and colorful world of astonishing wildlife. Be sure to take the safari ride and feed the giraffe!

Montezuma Castle

  • Distance

    Only 51 mins from our Campground

  • Address

    Montezuma Castle Rd, Camp Verde, AZ 86335

  • Business Hours

    Mon-Sun: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

  • Phone

    (800) 937-8643

  • Information

    Montezuma Castle National Monument protects a set of well-preserved Ancestral Puebloan cliff dwellings near the town of Camp Verde, Arizona, United States.