Prescott is located in Arizona’s central mountains amid the largest stand of ponderosa pines in the world. With four mild seasons and 300 days of sunshine a year, the weather is almost always perfect.
Visitors are drawn to this western town and it’s mix of scenic beauty, museums, galleries, antique shops, golf courses, hiking trails and many wonderful restaurants.
Nowhere is Arizona's Territorial History so beautifully preserved. Founded in 1864 as a gold mining town, Prescott was named Arizona’s first territorial capital by President Lincoln. With over 600 Nationally Registered buildings, The National Trust for Historic Preservation named Prescott one of “America’s Dozen Distinctive Destinations”. Many of the old buildings such as the Yavapai County Courthouse at Courthouse Plaza, the Palace - Arizona's oldest saloon on “Whiskey Row”, the first Territorial Governor's Mansion and restored Victorian homes have been preserved with great care. “History Lives On” in Prescott which makes it a beloved destination for travelers.”