Shop, golf, discover a new hobby...There's something for everyone in Prescott.
ANTELOPE HILLS GOLF COURSE
The Antelope Hills public course tests your fairway accuracy as it winds through sentinels of poplars, spruce, elms, cottonwoods, and weeping willows-deciduous trees unique to this desert climate. At a testy par 72, the mature 6,778 North Course has offered players on of the most spectacular challenges in Arizona public golf since 1956.
DISCOVER A NEW HOBBY
Gripstone is a locally owned and operated, state of the art, indoor climbing gym walking distance to the Residence Inn by Marriott. The gym has massive 30 foot tall ceilings, over 60 top rope area, and auto belay area and a 13 foot tall bouldering cave as well as a training area, Yoga room, Cafe, pro shop, fitness room and Event Room. Climbing is for all ages and fitness levels, and they even have classes for beginners to advanced climbers.
OUT OF AFRICA WILDLIFE PARK
Nestled against the beautiful Mingus Mountains in the Verde Valley sits a wildlife park entirely different than any typical zoo or animal park. Here, you'll experience the splendor of the animal kingdom closer than you ever thought possible, blending the spirit of Africa with the harmony of nature.
SHOWS & EVENTS
THE ELKS THEATER
The Prescott Elks Theater and Performing Arts Center is a classically designed turn of the 20th century opera house seating over 500. Completed in 1905 and listed on the National Register of Historical Places as Elks Building and Theater, it was one of many "Elks' Opera Houses" across the country.
Photo by Max Efrein
GALLERIES & MUSEUMS
SHARLOT HALL MUSEUM
The Sharlot Hall Museum is an open-air museum and heritage site located in Prescott, Arizona. Opened in 1928 by Sharlot M. Hall as the Gubernatorial Mansion Museum, the museum that now bears her name is dedicated to preserving the history and culture of the Central Highlands of Arizona.
GRANITE MOUNTAIN INTERAGENCY HOTSHOT CREW LEARNING AND TRIBUTE CENTER
An exemplary, one-of-a kind wildland fire learning center that honors the legacy of the Granite Mountain Interagency Hotshot Crew by educating, inspiring, and motivating visitors to adopt behaviors that prevent wildland fires, resulting in fewer fire-related fatalities.