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Welcome Home to "Preskitt" Arizona USA!

Enjoy the sunsets as seen over Granite Mountain. Prescott is home to some of the best hiking trails, fishing and out outdoor activities in Arizona. Come see for your self the charm and beauty of our area. You are going to love living in Prescott! The beautiful photography is by Theresa Rose Ditson. To see more of her work, visit her on Facebook!

Granite Mountain

Photo by Theresa Rose Ditson... Theresa shot this photo across Willow Lake. One of five lakes in our area for you to visit!

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Thumb Butte Mountain

A landmark in "Preskitt" since 1863. Prescott was the favorite home of Virgil Earp, who became an Old West legend alongside his brothers at the shootout near the OK Corral. "It's the only place that seems like home," Earp wrote about Prescott to his friend and Prescott Constable James Dodson in 1882.

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Historic Courthouse

 The Historic Prescott Courthouse sits in the Downtown Plaza. The courthouse itself has been built, relocated and rebuilt, and built again, most recently in 1916. On July 14th 1900 most of downtown was destroyed by a fire. By 1905, many of the buildings were rebuilt and remain here today. The Palace Saloon and the Hotel St. Michael stand as a reminder of our historic past. Photo by Theresa Rose Ditson.......

The Palace Saloon in the 1800's

Another landmark in "Preskitt" since 1877. The Palace Saloon remains one of our most visited spots on Whiskey Row. It's said that Wyatt Earp, Virgil Earp and Doc Holliday were patrons of the Palace. The place burned down in the great fire of July 1, 1900. After it was rebuilt by. The Palace Hotel and Bar, was complete with Chinese restaurant and barber shop after it was rebuilt in.  

The Prescott National Forest

Comprised of about 1.25 million acres, the Prescott National Forest is one of the most alluring attractions we have! Portions of the Prescott National Forest today are much the same as they were when Sam Miller panned for gold in Lynx Creek and was wounded by a cougar, or when General Crook's flag fluttered over Palace Station 

Goldwater Lake

Goldwater Lake at Goldwater Park is located just a four miles from downtown Prescott. It is a small lake with 15 acres of water surface, but features tons of family fun with park recreation and picnic facilities. The lake is small but has great views and perfect waters for canoeing and kayaking and also features a great hiking trail. It is open all year 

A Snowy Day At The Lake

One of the great things about "Preskitt" are our four mild seasons. Does it snow? You bet, but most times is just a few inches. Enough to turn us into a Winter Wonder Land. Then, it melts away.

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Cheapest Places Where You'll Want to Retire

Cost of living for retirees: 3.7% below U.S. average

Share of population 65+: 30.8%

Arizona's tax rating for retirees: Most Tax-Friendly

Lifetime health care costs for a retired couple: Below average at $378,205

Undoubtedly, many of you have considered the Grand Canyon State for its retiree-friendly climate and beautiful natural setting. Plus, the tax situation is equally attractive. With its low income taxes and lack of state taxes on Social Security, Arizona is among the 10 most tax-friendly states for retirees.

Prescott, about 100 miles north of Phoenix, eases the stress on your retirement kitty even more with its below-average living costs. But affordable doesn't mean boring. Prescott offers an active cultural scene with numerous theaters, galleries and music venues, as well as a wealth of things to do outdoors, including golfing and hiking.

The Best 3 Cities to Retire In -- The Motley Fool

Featured among best cities to retire in on lists from to, Prescott is a hidden gem among retirement communities. For those not keen on the desert heat, Prescott is located in a cooler climate in Arizona's north where temperatures from a high of 52 in January to 89 in July.   

Prescott offers plenty of options for the outdoorsy adventurer, and this old mining town has a downtown full of buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places. According to, the median listed home is $189,900, or $79/sq. ft. lower than Arizona's average of $209,900 and the national average of $216,102. With a median age of 53, the community is also ideal for retirees looking to be around other seniors. Retirees can also benefit from a friendly state tax policy as Social Security is untaxed and its top income tax rate is just 4.5%. Finally, the average annual property tax in Prescott is $1,317, significantly less than the national average of $2,193.


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