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Grab a Bus Charter in Prescott Valley, Arizona and Have a Fun and Enjoyable Trip

Prescott Valley, Arizona

Prescott Valley in Yavapai County in Arizona is home to around 39,000 people. The town is located just east of the city of Prescott and some 85 miles north of Phoenix. It occupies a spectacular valley situated between the Mingus and Bradshaw Mountains. Get a bus charter in Prescott Valley, Arizona and discover this lovely town today!

Arts, Culture & History

Go to Old Town District where you can find quaint stores and structures that give it an old town charm.

You can check the Prescott Elks Opera House, which was built by the Prescott Elks Lodge #330 in 1905, for live performances and musical shows. The Prescott Valley Event Center, meanwhile, is a multi-purpose facility that seats up to 5,000 people and hosts all sorts of events like concerts, theatrical productions, fundraising galas, and even football, soccer, basketball, boxing, and all sorts of sports games and matches.

When it comes to arts, the Prescott Valley Arts and Culture Commission brings an annual "Art at the Center" public art program, wherein sculptures from featured artists will inhabit the grounds of the Civic Center for a year until a new set of sculptures arrive.

Ask your bus charter in Prescott Valley, Arizona to take you to Fitzmaurice Ruins, where you can see artifacts from the early Mountain Patayan people who lived in the area 14,000 years ago.

You can also visit Glassford Hill, which was an active volcano several millions of year ago. Colonel William A. Glassford traveled the area in the 1880s and helped form a system of 27 heliograph stations to monitor the movements of the Apache Indians, U.S. military troops, and even civilians. Glassford Hill is now a landmark that stands at a 6,177-foot elevation.

The town also has its Entertainment District in its downtown area. You can find a movie theater, a variety of restaurants, and many retail shops here.

Parks, Recreation & Outdoor Venues

Head to the Prescott National Forest, where there are lakes, as well as fishing, hiking and camping grounds.

The town also has several trails where you can hike, jog, bike, or just stroll while enjoying nature. The Iron King Trail is one example.

You can also head to Fain Park, which is a great place to have a picnic, go on a leisurely stroll and enjoy the awesome scenery, fish for trout, walk your dogs, and do many other activities. You can even pan for gold! The park is also a very wonderful destination during Christmas Season.

Gold & Other Sports

Get on a bus charter in Prescott Valley, Arizona and play a round or two of golf at Prescott Country Club, which is a semi-private regulation 18-hole par 72 golf course.

You also have StoneRidge Golf Course, a one-of-a-kind golf course with high-quality layout and sweeping panoramic views of the mountains. And then there's Quailwood Green Golf Course.

Mountain Valley Splash, meanwhile, is an outdoor aquatic center. It features a zero-depth entry pool, a 6-lane lap swimming pool, a corporate picnic area, and shade structures.

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