Of course, Prescott would not be an Arizona city without golf. Golfers can play 90 holes of golf on four public courses, all offering challenging terrain and beautiful views. Call the resort directly to find out about golf packages at different area courses.
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Bird Golf Academy is proud to be the official golf school of the Prescott Resort.
You’ll find something to satisfy every taste at Arizona’s hundreds of indoor and outdoor malls, antique stores, clothing boutiques, gift shops, and art galleries — to name just a few venues. You’ll also find plenty of nightspots, theaters, and other places to relax, and plenty of good places to enjoy wonderful meals.
Prescott offers a seemingly endless menu of outstanding events. During the long 4th of July weekend, Prescott Frontier Days and the World’s Oldest Rodeo provide action-packed rodeo competition, Arizona’s second-largest parade and the Rodeo Dance. The Annual Cowboy Poets Gathering held in August is a fascinating blend of traditional and contemporary poems, songs and stories of the Old West’s most popular symbol, the American Cowboy.
Preserving other facets of early Prescott life are two other museums, the Smoki Museum and the Phippen Museum of Western Art. The Smoki displays Native American artifacts from the region and the Phippen offers a broad variety of Western Art, including some traveling exhibitions.