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The employee's was Great, prices good, walk around town and always ended back here. Across the street was City Hall there was a car show going on, bands playing, very dog friendly town. We left and found there is still more to do so going...More
Had a blast on Whiskey Row - love all the live music in the old time saloons and kicking up my heels on the dance floors. So many historic buildings, galleries, and shops to explore. And restaurants to sample. I’m sure glad my road trip...More
This historic street is chock full of bars, restaurants, galleries and shopping (including clothing, jewelry, and Native American items). Many places to look at, and easy to imagine the street's early history. Enjoyed an afternoon of browsing.
Too many bums, able bodied people wanting handouts, poor parking, overpriced restaurants, poor service, wait staff with attitudes who act like they are the customer. Go somewhere else!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Recently spent a week in AZ traveling North to South, but our one night on Whiskey Row In Prescott, may have been the most fun. Are you kidding? The Earps and Doc Holliday drank here, the latter winning $10,000 in one lucky night of poker....More
We'll be staying at the Opryland Hotel most of our stay but are staying downtown on Saturday, to enjoy some music and drinks for the night. But I'm wondering if there someplace that would be showing the derby, where we can grab a bite to eat too? I would like to hit Whiskey Row but wasn't sure if they did that type of thing. Suggestions?
April 27, 2018|
We always enjoy the rooftop at George Jones on 2nd. Lots of TV’S and food is delicious.
San Tan Valley, Arizona
Visiting Prescott this March (10 Replies)
My wife and I will be arriving March 21st and hanging around for three days. Other than visiting the establishments on Whiskey Row (which we are both looking forward to) does anyone have any other suggestions to fill our Prescott time? We are in our late 50's, healthy and active. Thank you
January 27, 2016|
There are plenty of gorgeous parks in and around Prescott - Watson Lake, Geanite Creek, etc. Many have nice hikimg trails. Besides Whiskey Riw, downtown Prescott has lots of art galleries, Western shops, etc. Definitely worth it to spend a day looking at those. There are also a couple good museums - Sharlot Hall Museum, Phippen Museum and Smoki Museum. You can also take day trips - check out Jerome, Arcosanti in Cordes Junction - even a day trip to Sedona is possible. Also - if...More
Kingman to Sedona via Prescott? (3 Replies)
Hi everyone, Next April/May, we'll be departing from Kingman at about 9 am and visit Hackberry, Seligman, Ashfork - the old Route 66 staples. The initial plan was to head south on road 89 to Prescott and spend the night there and head towards Sedona via Jerome early next day. But I'm not sure whether this would be an efficient use of time and wondering whether we should stay in Sedona instead. Do you think the above route would be doable in 10-12 hours at a leisurely pace (including a...More
October 09, 2012|
I really like Prescott and it's a very fun town at night. I think it would be worth it to spend the night there, then continue to Jerome so that you can potentially avoid the crowds there in the morning. But it partially depends on how much time you're planning on spending in Sedona: if it would be just one night in Sedona if you stayed a night in Prescott, then you should definitely push on to Sedona that night for the full day. If you have more time there though, then it would be worth it....More