It’s no wonder why Prescott, Arizona is on the top of many Americans’ relocation lists. It’s an ideal place to retire and enjoy the great outdoors, but with affordable cost of living and low crime rates, it’s also a great place to raise a family. Situated next to the 1.25-million acre Prescott National Forest, and south of Granite Dells, the landscape is picturesque and filled with endless adventures for outdoor enthusiasts. And- It’s arguably the best climate in Arizona- with 300 days of sunshine a year without the sweltering heart you’ll find elsewhere in Arizona. With a population of about 40,000 people, Prescott has plenty to offer, but still has the small town charm. prescott_arizona_history

Prescott is filled with preserved history. There are nearly 700 buildings listed in the National Register of Historic Places, and many Victorian homes have been beautifully kept due to the town’s preservation incentives.

Prescott has recently been featured on many top city lists. Including, The Sperling’s Best Places, Green City ListThe 10 Best Emerging Places to Live and Top Retirements.


Photos by: Michael Wilson