This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Prescott Travel Tips
Prescott Rentals for Vacation Fun
For an old-west feel, Prescott rentals should be your vacation accommodations of choice. The city, located in Arizona’s Central Mountains, is just about 100 miles from the Grand Canyon and surrounded by one of the largest ponderosa pine forests in the United States. Renting Prescott cabins is a unique way to enjoy the variety of experiences that you can have on exciting Arizona vacations.
Prescott Cabins Are Perfect for Every Season
Because many people associate Arizona vacations with the heat, some overlook the beauty of renting Prescott cabins. The town experiences four mild seasons and features all different kinds of weather including rain and snow. Throughout the year, Prescott rentals are surrounded by such natural beauty that many people make their yearly vacations to this part of Arizona.
Experience the Old West on Your Arizona Vacations
If you want to see the world’s oldest rodeo, stay in Prescott! Immerse yourself into the old west by staying in Prescott cabins. Pick up a copy of the locally available book, “Historic Prescott” and explore the streets, finding locations pinpointed within the pages. As you explore, notice the timeline etched into the sidewalk (in the town plaza). Following the timeline and book is great fun for the kids. And do not forget, Mom and Dad, to stop and have a drink in the old-west style saloon, Whiskey Row.
Prescott Rentals and the Grand Canyon
If you have never been to the state before you should know that Arizona vacations are not truly “Arizona-style” without a trip to the Grand Canyon. Prescott rentals are the perfect distance from the Grand Canyon for a fun family day trip. Remember, before you head out pack some snacks, sunscreen, and plenty of water. As you consider your day trip, you may want to arrange a guided tour of the rim, or even a hiking expedition with the family.