Living in Prescott

We Love Living in Prescott for the Natural Beauty and Great Sense of Community

Enjoy that small-town feeling

Many Crystal Creek clients come to Prescott for that special, small-town feeling, but with modern conveniences you’d expect in a growing community. Prescott boasts great shopping and dining, award-winning educational institutions, and outstanding medical facilities.

Still, this town’s western roots run deep! Prescott Frontier Days has the distinction of being the world’s oldest rodeo. Its week-long schedule includes rodeo competitions, a parade, arts and crafts show, music and dancing and more.

Prescott’s friendly people make visiting or living here a truly warm experience, enjoying unsurpassed hospitality to all. With more than 40,000 neighbors already calling Prescott home, it’s no wonder this area is thriving.

Diverse Landscape

Rock and mountain formations such as Thumb Butte, the Granite Dells and Granite Mountain are nearby, and the towering San Francisco Peaks of Flagstaff are easily seen on the horizon. Nearby lakes, such as Watson, Willow, Lynx and Goldwater, coupled with many forested trails, provide ample opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts.

Perfect Climate and Four Seasons, Arizona-Style

Our mile-high elevation means Prescott enjoys a perfect, mild, four-season climate.

Due to the breezes coming off the mountains, summer temperatures remain moderate, with daytime highs averaging in the 80s and nighttime lows in the 50s. Prescott’s winters are just as moderate with daytime temperatures generally in the 50s. There can be an occasional snowfall, too—just enough to remind you of the season. While the area’s spring season may be a bit breezy at times, its autumns are beautiful. And the sunsets are always spectacular.

Come see for yourself why Prescott has been recognized over and over by national media as one of the premier places to visit, live, work and own a business.