The Quad-Cities area, which consists of Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley and Dewey-Humboldt, is alive with attractions year round. On the entertainment scene, you can catch a play or musical at The Elks Opera House, Yavapai College Performing Arts Center, the Prescott Valley Event Center, the Prescott Center for the Arts and other similar venues. From boutiques and antique dealers to shopping centers and a regional mall, the avid buyer can finds popular merchants and unique products throughout the Quad Cities.
For the outdoors enthusiast area parks, lakes and outdoor activities are endless year round. Lakes such as Goldwater, Lynx, Watson Willow and Fain are regularly stocked for fishing, as well as offering facilities for boating, picnics and observing nature. Numerous hiking and biking trails wind along the outlining pine forests and beside the lakes.
Downtown Prescott is home to quaint shops, charming restaurant Western history reenactments, and grassy tree-lined Courthouse Plaza. The Earp Brothers, Doc Holliday and Big Nose Kate once made their homes here. Along with a variety of art galleries and antique shops, three museums recount the region’s history and culture: Sharlot Hall (history), Phippen (western art) and Smoke (Native American art and culture).