Prescott, Destination for Recreation

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It is surrounded by 1.2 million acres of prime national forest with an average temperature of 70 degrees. The city of Prescott firmly established itself as a destination for recreation.

Prescott was named after historian William Hickling Prescott and became an American landing place due to the nation’s westward expansion.

Come along as we ride on the historic Peavine Trail, one of the few rails to trails projects in the 48th state. We’ll venture out to some picturesque lakeside trails and get adventurous while rock climbing.

Trail: Peavine Trail

City: Prescott

State: AZ

Difficulty: Moderate

Pet friendly: Yes

Mountain biking: Yes

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