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DI ANN NORKUS

Top Producer ~ President’s Circle

(928)710-0148

THE KEY TO YOUR REAL ESTATE SUCCESS

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Welcome to Prescott!

Like you, I fell in love with Prescott while visiting over 20 years ago. After enjoying the picturesque Courthouse square, shopping at the downtown shops, reveling in the history, and being inspired by the beautiful tall pines and mountain surroundings, I knew I had to live here! As a long time resident, it is my pleasure to welcome you to Prescott (yes, it is pronounced "Preskit like biscuit") and invite you to share in all the places, people and sights that make us one of the top ten "Dream Cities in the U.S". (Sunset Maga-

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“Di has been successful in selling our properties in less time and for more money than we were expecting.” Sharon & Ray “Di Ann Norkus is simply the best Realtor we have ever dealt with.” Brian & Leslie “Di was extremely knowledgeable, organized and dedicated throughout our home buying experinece.” Matt & Cassie “Without hesitation, we will work with Di again.” Peggy & Bill

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If you are here on vacation or just spending the day, I am sure that your stay will be a wonderful one! If you fall in love with Prescott, as I did, and want to one day call it "home", I can help make that dream a reality.

The Norkus Group is driven by service and

performance and believes communication is the key to a successful transaction.

Experience and Accomplishments: -Licensed Realtor -Investing -Appraising

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Ranked in Top 1% of over 1,300 Prescott Area Association of Realtors.

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Welcomes you!

You’ll find friendly Prescott has it all. Outdoor activities, exceptional shopping venues, wide variety of entertainment in each of Four Seasons, unique Southwestern historical heritage, full range of dining experiences…and more. Enjoy unparalleled hospitality during adventures in the colorful “Mile High” city, nestled in the heart of the Prescott National Forest.

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Table of Contents

Prescott Awards & Rankings

General Prescott Information............................................. Pages 3 - 12 Greater Prescott Area Map................................................Pages 13 - 14 Event Calendar........................................................................Pages 15 - 16 Whiskey Row...........................................................................Pages 17 - 18 Dining.........................................................................................Pages 19 - 23 Shopping...................................................................................Pages 24 - 26 Special Events & Highlights................................................Pages 27 - 30 Performing & Visual Arts....................................................Pages 31 - 34 Real Estate.................................... Pages 1, 2, 4, 35, 36, 55 - 64, 71, 72 Prescott Inset Map................................................................Pages 37 - 38 Worlds Oldest Rodeo......................................................................Page 39 Outdoors, Recreation, Attractions, Golf & Tours..... Pages 40 - 44 Lodging ...................................................................... Pages 45, 46, 51 - 54 Museums & Education Centers........................................Pages 47 - 50 Experience Day Trips............................................................Pages 65 - 70

2016 Visitors Guide Greater Prescott Area

• One of a dozen “Distinctive Destinations” – National Trust for Historic Preservation • Top 10 True Western Towns – True West Magazine • In Top 10 “Dream Cities” – Sunset Magazine • One of 50 Best Places to Live: The Next Great Adventure Towns – National Geographic Adventure Magazine (2008) • Top Ten Public Spaces: #3 Courthouse Plaza – American Planning Association • A Top Adventure Town – National Geographic Adventure Magazine (2009) •#1 in Top 25 for Clean Air – American Lung Association (2014 and 2015) •#3 in Top 10 Destinations on the Rise –Trip Advisor (2014) • “10 American Spots You Don’t Know About Yet, But Should” – #3 in Huffington Post • Top “Green” Arizona City – Sperling’s Best Places

Prescott Visitor Information Center

Visit The Prescott Chamber’s Visitor Information Center for local, area and statewide visitor information.

City of Prescott Office of Tourism Don Prince, Director Editorial Credit, Ray Newton

Location: 117 W. Goodwin Street, Prescott Phone: 928.445.2000 or 800.266.7534

Produced and Published in conjunction with Visitor Media Group • p. 844.729.9769 visitormediagroup.com We Know the Road.

Published annually. Every effort is made to make this publication as accurate as possible. The City of Prescott Office of Tourism, Visitor Media Group and RAXX Direct Marketing (collectively, the “Publishers”) will assume no responsibility for errors, changes or omissions. No portion of this publication may be reproduced in any way without the express written permission of the Publishers. The Publishers make no endorsement, representation or warranty

The Center is conveniently located in historic downtown Prescott, across from Courthouse Plaza in a historic brownstone building dating back to 1898 when it was once the City Jail & Firehouse.

regarding any goods or services advertised in this publication. Unless otherwise noted, all images are courtesy of The City of Prescott Office of Tourism. Advertisements are provided by the subject companies and the Publishers shall not be responsible or liable for any inaccuracy, omission or infringement of any third party’s rights therein, or for personal injury or any other damage or injury whatsoever. Copyright 2016. All rights reserved.

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Prescott Weather AVERAGE HIGH (F)

JANUARY

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Prescott Drive Times AVERAGE LOW (F)

PRECIPITATION (IN.)

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AVERAGE TOTAL SNOWFALL (IN.)

FLAGSTAFF, AZ

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GRAND CANYON, AZ

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PHOENIX, AZ

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Prescott welcomes over 1 million visitors per year!

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Distance to major cities (in miles)

Prescott’s perfect weather provides an average temperature of 70 degrees, with four seasons, and breathtaking landscapes complete with granite mountains, lakes, streams, and rolling meadows filled with wildlife.

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Prescott True West-

Real Adventure

Founded in 1864 as a pioneer settlement on the edge of American civilization in what was then New Mexico-Arizona territory, Prescott retains its frontier spirit and western pride. Prescott staked its claim as a place unlike any other when 150 years ago, the first 50 inhabitants hand built 14 log structures from native timbers. That helped define the community. Today, with a population exceeding 40,000, Prescott still is rugged, picturesque and altogether distinctly proud. Located in the central

highlands of Arizona and nestled against the 1.25 million acres of Prescott National Forest, the “Mile High City” known as Prescott boasts four moderate seasons. Outdoor recreation? Name your choice. Prescott’s got it all Arts and culture? Something for every taste. Most of all, you’ll enjoy genuine Western hospitality surrounded by a heritage that makes Prescott one of the “Top Five—Must see” destinations in Arizona, according to USA Today.

“TRUE WEST-REAL ADVENTURE” EXPLORE EXPLORE IT. IT. NO PLACE ELSE IS LIKE IT.

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Find Out What’s Happening Quickly One of your best sources for up-to-date information about what’s happening-- when and where—is the official City of Prescott tourism website: www.visit-prescott.com . Topics range from the “Event Calendar” to a list of items under “Visit” including “Arts” “Outdoor Recreation” “Maps”, etc.

2016 Events APRIL Chalk it Up! The Whiskey Off Road Mountain Biking Race

MAY Whiskey Row Marathon (YMCA) Prescott Highland Games Prescott Fine Art & Wine Festival Phippen Museum Western Art Show Off Street Festival JUNE Folk Arts Fair Village Hawaiian Luau Southwest Indian Arts Festival Territorial Days Arts & Crafts Show Bluegrass Festival JULY World’s Oldest Rodeo City of Prescott 4th of July Celebration 15

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Prescott Rodeo Days Fine Arts & Crafts Show Prescott Frontier Days Rodeo Parade Whiskey Row Street Dance Prescott Indian Art Market Prescott Film Festival Shootout on Whiskey Row

AUGUST Arizona Cowboy Poets Gathering Summer Fine Arts & Crafts Festival Acker on the Plaza Cowboy Capital Professional Bull Riding Prescott Jazz Summit Faire on the Square Arts & Craft Show SEPTEMBER Navajo Rug Action Prescott Oktoberfest Historic Corvette Prescott Car Show visit-prescott.com

OCTOBER Prescott Area Artists Studio Tour Folk Music Festival Prescott’s Great Outdoors Recreation Festival & Expo Fall Fest in the Park Arts & Crafts Show Ghost Talk Prescott Pumpkin Patch & Carnival Dia de los Muertos Celebration Tsunami on the Square Arts & Culture Festival

NOVEMBER Veteran’s Parade, Downtown DECEMBER Christmas Light Parade Christmas Parade Courthouse Lighting Celebration Frontier Christmas Acker Musical Showcase Whiskey Row New Year’s Eve Boot Drop

Take A Leisurely Walking Tour You’ll learn plenty as a knowledgeable local guide describes historic and current local characters, events and locations. An easy walk of slightly less than a mile will give you a visit-prescott.com

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Whiskey Row Where the Fun Never Stops You’ll find most anything you want on historic Whiskey Row. Saunter through the same batwing saloon doors where Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, Big Nose Kate and other legendary heroes—and scoundrels—would belly up to the bar. 17

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Dining Experiences Around Every Corner

As you stroll past any of the more than 700 buildings on the National Register of Historic Places cited on the National Historic Register, you’ll be tempted to step in for a fast meal—or a fine dining experience. You’ll probably be pleased that of the more than 200 places to eat in the city, a majority are “hometown” owned and managed. They range from “Mom n’ Pop” eateries to sophisticated dining in elegant surroundings. You’ll

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be surprised at the ethnic variety available, too. Of course, you can sample locally brewed award-winning beverages at micro breweries or wine-tasting shops. You may want to try one of the newest. It is a recently opened meadery, just up Gurley Street on the way to Sharlot Hall Museum. If you’re of such a mind, visits some local pubs and try some of the wines which come from Arizona wineries and vineyards.

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Murphy’s Restaurant -- 201 N Cortez St

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Dining GURLEY STREET GRILL 230 W. Gurley St., Prescott 928.445.3388 www.gurleystgrill.com

THE PALACE RESTAURANT & SALOON 120 S. Montezuma St., Prescott 928.541.1996 4 www.historicpalace.com

Mogie’s Mongolian Grill

PEACOCK DINING ROOM HASSAYAMPA INN 122 E. Gurley St., Prescott 800.322.1927 www.hassayampainn.com

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1385 Iron Springs Rd., Prescott 928.237.9405 1 Create your own stirfry - many tasty sauces! Beer & wine available.

did you know... PRESCOTT BREWING COMPANY

was the FIRST brewery in Yavapai County since Prohibition & we continue to be THE PREMIER craft brewery in Prescott... 130 West Gurley Street Prescott, Arizona 928.771.2795

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Murphy’s Restaurant

201 N. Cortez St., Prescott 928.445.4044 www.murphysprescott.com Murphy’s Restaurant, a Prescott Tradition for over 30 years. THE OFFICE CANTINA 128 N. Cortez St., Prescott 928.445.1211 www.theofficerestaurant.com THE OLIVE GARDEN 3060 E. State Route 69, Prescott 928.541.9194 3 www.olivegarden.com 21

130 W. Gurley St. Suite A, Prescott 928.771.2795 www.prescottbrewingcompany.com Full-service restaurant/brewery for over 5 two decades downtown Prescott

Rosa’s Pizzeria

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Unique Shopping

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Experiences

When you wander downtown streets adjacent to the tree-lined Courthouse Square, you’ll find unique home-owned arts and crafts stores, galleries, and “Antique Row” on Cortez Street. You’ll discover great buys in jewelry, fine art—paintings and sculptures,

collectibles and gifts, Western clothing, and Southwestern furniture. Local and regional artisans take pride in having their efforts on display. Of course, souvenirs of your visit to Arizona’s first Territorial Capital are available in virtually every shop you visit.

Murphy’s Restaurant, a Prescott Tradition for over 30 years. 201 N Cortez St, Prescott

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www.olivegarden.com • Upstairs on Whiskey Row • Live Music • Elevator • Balcony Overlooking Plaza • jerseylillysaloon.com • 928.541.7854 “A Proper Drinking Establishment for Gentlemen & Ladies”

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Shopping

YAVAPAI HUMANE SOCIETY THRIFT STORE 1601 Iron Springs Rd., Prescott 928.445.5668 www.yavapaihumane.org

ADORN INTERIORS 134 N. Cortez Street., Prescott Phone: 928.445.3505 9 Fax: 928.445.3705

Antiques

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Pet Services

212 N. Cortez St., Prescott 928.771.1711 www.soforthandwhatnot.com Unique Retail Resale Shop with 11 a Little Bit of Everything

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Welcoming Western Culture and Hospitality You won’t escape the vibrant feeling that you are welcome, no matter where you roam the historic downtown area. Locals will greet you with genuine smile and “Howdy” or “Nice to see you.” In the center

of town, looming large over a square block ringed by century-old trees is the oft-photographed granite Courthouse. It’s the focal point for many festivals and events from late April through October.

A Special Place

Arizona’s Christmas City

Known as Arizona’s Christmas City, during winter months, the area around the Courthouse is home for unequaled holiday festivities. You won’t want to miss any of them. Festivities begin in late November after Thanksgiving. The first is the colorful Holiday Light Parade,” where elaborate decorated floats and holiday music will have you smiling. Ultimately, you may wind up at the community bonfire, just up the street at Mile High Middle School. Then the first week of December features the colorful daytime Christmas Parade, with more than 75 entries. It involves almost everyone in town. If you’re lucky enough to be here in early December, you’ll beam when the Courthouse Plaza lights turn the dark into a

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kaleidoscope of holiday colors. This year will be the 61st annual lighting. You’ll join local students, townspeople and visitors in singing traditional Christmas carols. Just up the street two blocks, you’ll enjoy a Frontier Christmas staged by the Sharlot Hall Museum. You’ll be transported back to how pioneers celebrated Christmas. If you like holiday music, you’ll relish performances of more than 100 local musicians—students, townspeople, churches and individuals—during the melodious Acker Musical Showcase the second weekend of December. Businesses throughout downtown open doors to performers, who sing, play instruments and entertain – and invite you to join in.

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Whiskey Row Boot Drop the Way to Begin the Year

It’s better than New York and Times Square when the 6-foot illuminated custom-made cowboy boot “drops” at 10 p.m. and again at midnight, December 31, across the street from Courthouse Square. You’ll cheer with the rest with live music, vendors and other festive activities to welcome the New Year. Where else but Prescott—the Boot Drop.

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You’ll have many choices to make among various venues. Prescott Center for the Arts - stages live theatrical productions boasting local talent throughout the year. www.pfaa.net Yavapai College Performing Arts Center - local, regional and national entertainers perform everything from classical and pop concerts to ballet, opera and off-Broadway touring companies in a recently renovated 1,200 seat hall. Food and beverages are often available. www.ycpac.com Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center - resents wide variety of live entertainment in a completed renovated late 19th century historic theatre that retains its Victorian-era charm. www.prescottelkstheater.com Central Arizona Concert Band - performs in concert during winter months at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University’s Davis Learning Center; and summer months at the Courthouse Square in downtown Prescott. www.centralarizonaconcertband.com Prescott POPS Symphony Orchestra - live concerts on stage featuring musical selections guaranteed to have you humming right along at YC Performing Arts Center. www.prescottpops.com Yavapai Symphony Association sponsors from seven to eight concerts annually performed live by the renowned Phoenix Symphony orchestra. YC Performing Arts Center. www.yavapaisymphony.org Milago Arts - a comprehensive non-profit, community-based facility with space in an historic 1927 church for ceramics, letterpress and printmaking, photography, and a sound studio. It also features many lectures and special events. www.milagroarts.org Prescott College Art Gallery at Sam Hill Warehouse - housed in a century-old building cited on the National Historic Register, this facility showcases contemporary art by emerging and established local national and internationals arts. It also sponsors events and exhibitions open to the public. artgallery@prescott.edu

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Festivals, Concerts and Other Events

Scarcely a week goes by from spring through fall when the popular Courthouse Plaza and the surrounding area serve as venues for festivals or events of some sort. During the season you’ll enjoy concerts and other musical performances, square dances, arts and crafts shows, car shows, western reenactments, marathons and the annual Whiskey Off Road, a mountain biking event. The Prescott Downtown Partnership and the Chamber of Commerce work with the City to support many of these activities, providing you and other visitors a glimpse of why Prescott is such a special place.

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Arts & Culture BRONZESMITH FINE ART FOUNDRY & GALLERY 7331 E. 2nd St., Prescott Valley 928.772.2378 www.bronzesmith.com MILAGRO ARTS CENTER 126 N. Marina St., Prescott 928.237.9402 www.milagroarts.org

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Yes,andWeParks Have Water Celebrate July 4th

at the World’s Oldest Rodeo largest parade in downtown Prescott, a rodeo dance, a kiddie parade and traditional events that draw people from all over the world. Be a part of this historical and exciting event and see all that Prescott has to offer. Get up close and personal to world famous livestock and professional cowboys and cowgirls who compete for large cash prizes. More information and tickets are available at 20 worldsoldestrodeo.com.

If you want water activities, you’ll enjoy the three local lakes—Willow and Watson, both on the northwest edge of the City. The third is Goldwater. Maintained by the City of Prescott, the 15-acre lake is located in lush pine forests surrounded by rugged mountain areas. The City of Prescott has boat and bicycle rentals available (www.prescottoutdoors.com, 928-925-1410). Two others—Lynx Lake and Granite Basin Lake--are just outside the City limits. If you like kayaking and canoeing—and fishing—you can visit any of these lakes. Of course, all have picnicking and camping sites.

Want to spend time in a park? The City boasts 16 of them, all with amenities that guarantee memorable times. Some are purely recreational— walking and exercising and picnicking. Others are specialized. Some are athletic parks—softball, baseball, soccer, tennis, basketball, skateboards, rink skating and the like. One in particular—McCasland Willow Creek Park features one of only four in the U.S. custom-created Dog Parks. Canines are the most welcome visitors. A complete list with locations is available on the City website: www.prescott-az.gov/services/parks

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ForTrails Outdoor Lovers and Maps You’ll have to be in good shape to conquer the hundreds of miles of designated trails in the immediate Prescott area. As of last count, more than 15 distinctive named hiking, biking (and sometimes horse) trails wiggle through the natural scenic beauty of the community and the Prescott National Forest. Difficulty? From “Novice to “Expert.” The 54-mile Prescott Circle Trail will challenge you. A complete list of the Mile High Trail System –70 plus miles of it-- is available

at the at the Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center on Goodwin Street south of Courthouse Plaza. www.prescott-az.gov. Don’t miss the Granite Dells, where unique rock formations thrust out of the ground and tempt hikers and rock-climbers. If you’re into birding, Prescott’s the place. More than 360 species of birds inhabit the area. The Prescott Audubon Society (www.prescottaudubon.org) can provide full details about where to go and when.

Unforgettable Tours Just for You

If having someone else do the driving while you do the enjoying appeals to you, go to www.visit-prescott.com to find a local tour. Tours vary from purely sightseeing adventures to physically demanding activities such as rock climbing and mountain biking. All have expert guides to assure you’ll have a memorable experience.

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SPECIALIZING IN PRE-BOOKED, PERSONAL CUSTOM TOURS FOR COUPLES, GROUPS AND FAMILIES www.prescottbackcountry.com LIMO SEDONA 928.649.0000 www.LimoSedona.com

Attractions VERDE CANYON RAILROAD 300 N. Broadway, Clarkdale 888.840.1630 www.VerdeCanyonRR.com

THE BLAZIN’ M RANCH 1875 Mabery Ranch Rd., Cottonwood 928.634.0334 www.BlazinM.com

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The history and heritage of central Arizona come alive for you at local museums and centers. Sharlot Hall Museum—only a short stroll west from the Courthouse Square, the four-acre museum and research center highlight the culture and history of the Arizona Central Highlands, the Territorial frontier and both early settlers and Native American peoples spanning 14,000 years to the present. Open daily.

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Smoki Museum—located on East Gurley Street just adjacent to Ken Lindley Field and Park, the museum is home for irreplaceable prehistoric and contemporary artifacts identified with Southwestern Native American history and culture. Phippen Museum—just a few miles north of downtown Prescott on Hwy 89, the museum presents unique Western art exhibitions, and educational programing. It has permanent and rotating arts exhibits throughout the year. The Spot—A Child’s Museum—in the Prescott Gateway Mall on the east edge of the City, the children’s museum is an interactive place where children are urged to explore experiences, especially STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) concepts. Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday’s only Guinness World Record Model Airplane Collection—This one-of-a-kind display of hand-carved model aircraft—some 5,829 of them—is located in the Udvar-Hazy Library and Learning Center at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University on Willow Creek Road. Highlands Center for Natural History—this non-profit science and ecological education center focuses upon helping children and adults discover the wonders of nature through workshops, lectures, day camps, school programs and other activities. The modern facility is at 1375 S. Walker Road on the way to Lynx Lake and the Prescott National Forest. Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary—children and adults alike will enjoy the large naturally landscaped enclosures where they can see up-close native and exotic animals. They’ll also enjoy the covered picnic pavilion, the children’s playground and the many educational exhibits. It is on the northeast edge of Prescott at 1403 Heritage Park Road. 47

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ANGELA LOPEZ, REALTOR® 102 W. Gurley St. Ste 102 928-848-9110 www.DowntownPrescottHomes.com Service you Deserve. People you Trust

MIKE KAINE, REALTOR®, ABR 723 E. Gurley St., Prescott 928.710.2509 www.eraprescott.com Visit my website for a comprehensive search for 44 Prescott Homes HOMESMART FINE HOMES & LAND PATSY ZWICK, REALTOR®, GRI, SRS 140 N. Montezuma St. #201, Prescott 45 928.830.0290 www.prescotthomesbypatsy.com JOURNEY REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS & MANAGEMENT 223 White Spar Rd., Prescott 46 928.776.8464 www.journeyazrealestate.com

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KELLER WILLIAMS CHECK REALTY KELLIE RUTHERFORD, REALTOR® 102 N. Montezuma St., Prescott 48 928.965.0260 www.SoldByKellieRutherford.com

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Paula Stears, Realtor® 928.710.0845 Audra Farnsworth, Realtor® 928.710.7947 With over 30 years of local real estate and marketing experience!

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REALTY EXECUTIVES NORTHERN ARIZONA The Prosper Team, Holly Hankinson, Accredited Buyer’s Representative, REALTOR®, ABR, SRES 928.449.7832 50 www.ProsperAZ.com

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RON OWSLEY 1305 Westridge Dr., Prescott 928.227.2043 www.PremierDevelopmentAz.com New Homes in The Preserve at Prescott From The $500s 49 REALTY EXECUTIVES NORTHERN ARIZONA DON PARTCH, REALTOR®, ABR, SFR, REO CERTIFIED 1401 Prescott Lakes Pkwy, Prescott 928.830.9977 50 www.dpartch.com

REALTY EXECUTIVES NORTHERN ARIZONA JULIE & DENNIS JENNINGS, REALTORS® 503 E. Gurley St., Prescott 50 928.273.0061 www.juliendennis-realestate.com REALTY EXECUTIVES NORTHERN ARIZONA BARB WOMACK, REALTOR® 1955 Commerce Center Cir. Ste C, Prescott 928.710.4242 www.SellPrescottAZ.com 50

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PEREGRINE TOWNHOMES Realty Executives Northern Arizona The Prosper Team Osprey Trail, Prescott 56 928.925.0907 www.PeregrineTownhomes.com

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Experience Day Trips Prescott’s the perfect place from which to launch memorable day trips, especially to the nearby Verde Valley and adjacent Red Rock Country. It’s only an hour away. Among the favorites are the following: COTTONWOOD, THE HEART OF THE WINE TRAIL Located in the Verde Valley, Cottonwood is ideally situated between the heat of the desert and the cold of Arizona’s high country. Old Town retains the charm of those early beginnings, and the Verde Valley Wine Trail is not to be missed! VERDE CANYON RAILROAD Postcard-perfect scenery, wildlife viewing and first-class service during a leisurely four-hour train ride through the red rock Canyon area. First-class cars boast comfortable seating, complimentary appetizers and a full-service bar. Everyone has access to open-air viewing cars where photographic opportunities abound.

THE BLAZIN’ M RANCH WESTERN DINNER THEATRE Tucked ​along ​the banks of the scenic Verde River, this popular family destination is a great activity. It is timed perfectly after you finish your ride on the Verde Canyon Railroad. The ranch activities include ​a shooting gallery, roping lessons, Old-Time photos, a saloon, museum and unique gift shops. Top it off with a chuckwagon -style meal, followed by a live Western stage production with cowboy comedy, storytelling and award-winning musicians! TOWN OF JEROME Stroll the winding switchback streets of what was once known as the “…wickedest town in the West.” At one time the fourth largest town in Arizona, Jerome was a mining community founded a few years after the Civil War on the side of 5,200 foot high Cleopatra Hill. The mines are now abandoned, but Jerome thrives as a popular tourist community with dozens of usual shops, boutiques, exhibits, museums and restaurants.

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Whether you’re buying or selling...

Real estate is a highly personal business.

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