Discover a selection of 500 vacation rentals in Chino Valley, AZ that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including swimming pools and WiFi. Prices start at $63 per night, and houses and cabins are popular options for a stay in Chino Valley. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Chill out in Chino Valley

Just a short ride north out of characterful Prescott, the spacious town of Chino Valley spreads wide into its own little corner of the Woodchute Wilderness. Chino Valley vacation rentals tend to be geared towards the family troop, with enough bedrooms for everyone, large gardens, BBQs, and a quiet spot in the suburban reaches of the Arizonan landscape. From here, you can go south to see the timber-faced cowboy honkytonks and saloons of Whisky Row in Prescott itself. Or, you can go north, to hike the forests and ski the pistes about Elk Ridge.

Things to do

Chino Valley's saloons and soaring mountains

Lively Prescott and its hip crowd of whiskey swiggers is the attraction on Chino Valley's doorstep. You can get there in less than 25 minutes from most all Chino Valley vacation rentals, to hit the cowboy saloons of Whiskey Row and tour the eye-opening, immersive exhibits of the Sharlot Hall Museum – think Native American culture and early pioneer stories. In the other direction, the main attraction is the vast Prescott National Forest and the vaster Coconino National Forest – a playground of peaks and canyons, where the Arizona Snowbowl and Elk Ridge beckon in the winter.

Activities

A vacation divided in Chino Valley

Chino Valley can be whatever sort of Arizonan vacation you want. You could take things easy and kick-back in your Chino Valley vacation rentals, barbequing the evenings away with the whole clan. Or, you could strap on the hiking boots and make for the recreation trails that delve into the dusty peaks of the national forests. You could crack out the fishing rods for the pontoons of Goldwater Lake. You could don the skis for the snow-powdered pistes of Elk Ridge – only by winter. You could hit the historic district of nearby Prescott for western music and whiskey shots.

Weather

From festive to fiery in Chino Valley

Chino Valley experiences more of a 4-season change than the desert cities in the Sonoran around Phoenix to the south. That makes it a great destination to get a taste of real winter in Arizona. Starting in December, the snows usher in a festive cheer to Prescott, while the chairlifts of Elk Ridge and beyond swing into action. The spring, summer, and fall also have their own delights, although the months between May and August are particularly popular with hikers and adventurers looking to delve into the Prescott National Forest and the canyons elsewhere.

Natural features

Exploring the natural features in Chino Valley

Whether you're looking for adventure or just want to appreciate the scenery, Chino Valley is a great place to spend some time outside. These are a few of the area's most enchanting natural features, all within 30 miles (48.2 km) of the city center:

  • Watson Lake (11.7 mi / 18.8 km)
  • Fairgrounds RV Park (12.1 mi / 19.4 km)
  • Jerome State Historic Park (19.4 mi / 31.3 km)
  • Prescott National Forest (6.1 mi / 9.8 km)
  • Thumb Butte (15 mi / 24.2 km)
  • Lynx Lake (17 mi / 27.3 km)
How to get there

Traveling to and around Chino Valley

Fly into Sedona, AZ (SDX), the closest airport, located 38.2 mi (61.5 km) from the city center. If you're unable to find a flight that fits your schedule, you could also fly into Prescott, AZ (PRC-Prescott Municipal), which is 7.8 mi (12.5 km) away.

What are the top vacation rentals in or near Chino Valley?

Whatever you're seeking in a vacation, you'll find a rental in or around Chino Valley that suits your style. These are some of our favorites:

  • Take advantage of handy extras like internet services and cable/satellite TV services at "Williams Hunt/fish/golf/relax Getaway". Located around 35 miles from Chino Valley, this leading option has 3 bedrooms and good guest reviews.
  • Another top choice is "Charmer By The Chapel Views • Hot Tub • Fire Pit", which is around 40 miles from Chino Valley. With 3 bedrooms, books and beach towels, it has everything you need to keep you comfortable and content.

For even more great options, use the search bar at the top of the page to find the perfect Chino Valley vacation rental for you.

What are the best tiny house vacation rentals in or near Chino Valley?

You need only step inside one of Vrbo's tiny house vacation rentals in Chino Valley to recognize that awesome things really do come in tiny packages. Designed to make use of every inch of space, these pint-sized pads promise a big vacation experience:

  • Escape from the world and disappear to "Un - Tiny Home". This retreat in Kachina Village packs plenty of conveniences into its compact space, such as a nearby river and lowered locks.
  • "Tiny House Quiet, Pine Trees, Private" has many conveniences, including a separate dining area and nearby hunting activities. Located in Flagstaff, you'll be able to live large in this small but well-designed property.

Can I find log cabins to rent in or near Chino Valley?

Yes, you can! From rustic retreats to luxurious escapes and everything in between, we've got a great range of log cabins to rent in or near Chino Valley. If you're the adventurous type, check out these options:

  • "Hidden Hollow Log Cabin + Kid's Treehouse - B": Enjoy a few days unwinding at this fantastic vacation home in nature. Once you're feeling revitalized, enjoy cross-country skiing or windsurfing, which are some of the leading activities in this region.
  • "Authentic Log Cabin, 1. 25 Acres": Spend your time taking advantage of all the creature comforts at this escape. If you can tear yourself away from your comfy digs, horse riding and hiking and biking are some fun things to do.

What are the top-rated vacation rentals for weekend getaways in or near Chino Valley?

Your Monday to Friday will be easier to face if you've got something epic lined up for the weekend. Give yourself something nice to look forward to by reserving one of these top weekend getaways in or near Chino Valley:

  • If spending time in nature is a non-negotiable for you, book a day or two at "Remodeled 3bd/2bth Treetop House". Around 16 miles south of Chino Valley, it's near Prescott National Forest and Goldwater Lake. Amenities at this escape include nearby ecotour services and a washing machine.
  • Also look into "Keeping Things Fresh, Cedar Springs Casita Is Waiting For You To Enjoy", which is around 14 miles southeast of Chino Valley. After exploring nearby natural attractions like StoneRidge Golf Course and Fairgrounds RV Park, relax in your rental and make the most of a fridge, internet services and more.

Can I find studio apartments for rent in and around Chino Valley?

Generally compact, economical and conveniently located, it's easy to be impressed by a studio apartment. Get comfy in one of these vacation rentals and discover the culture of Chino Valley up close:

  • Make "Views, Swimming Pool, Hot Tub, Private" your home for a couple of days or more. This sought-after property comes with amenities including a firepit and outdoor furniture.
  • "Modern Bungalow, In The Heart Of Downtown Prescott" is another good option. Get comfortable and enjoy the use of high-speed internet services, nearby birdwatching activities and more.

When you're ready to step outside your studio apartment and explore, there's plenty to keep you occupied around Chino Valley. Passionate about culture? Pencil in a visit to Myra's Art Gallery and Young Museum.

Can I find short term rentals in or near Chino Valley?

Finding a short-term rental in and around Chino Valley won't be an issue if you only have a few nights free. Whether you'd prefer a one-bedroom apartment for one or a vacation home that'll fit your entire family, you'll find the perfect place on Vrbo. Here are a handful of our favorites:

  • Conveniently located within easy reach of top attractions like Tonto Natural Bridge State Park, "Perfect Uptown Location, Views" will make a perfect home away from home during your stay in Chino Valley.
  • "Charming Country Club Getaway" is another fabulous option that accepts short-term guests. Make the most of your fleeting visit by taking a look at local hot spots, including Rim Country Museum.

What are the best romantic weekend getaways in or near Chino Valley?

Nothing says "I love you" like a romantic weekend escape. If you want to spend a couple of relaxing evenings away with your sweetie, we've got some romantic getaways in and around Chino Valley that will set your heart aflutter:

  • Slip away on Friday afternoon for a few passion-filled nights at "Views, Swimming Pool, Hot Tub, Private". Around 25 miles from Chino Valley, this property comes with plenty of nice touches, including winery tours and beauty services.
  • "Beautiful, Historic Home In Central Arizona Mountain Community" is another retreat that's guaranteed to impress. It's approximately 16 miles from Chino Valley and has a fireplace and shopping facilities.

What are the best large group vacation rentals in or near Chino Valley?

Take a look at these large group vacation rentals in or near Chino Valley and forget about leaving anyone off your guest list:

  • You'll have loads of space to enjoy yourselves at "Cabin - Secluded On 9 Acres Beautiful 6". Around 17 miles south of Chino Valley, this impressive property has 6 bedrooms and sleeps up to 20 guests. Top amenities include a fireplace and a firepit.
  • Invite as many as 21 of your best friends to "7j Ranch: Red Rock Views, Pool And Spa" and fill its spaces with love and laughter. This option has 6 bedrooms and is around 25 miles to the east of central Chino Valley. It's packed with features to keep your group comfortable and content, including a fireplace and a swimming pool.

What are the best houses for rent with a pool in or near Chino Valley?

Of all the conveniences a vacation rental can have, a pool is one of the most coveted. Browse these houses for rent with a pool in or near Chino Valley and spend your days splashing about. Just don't forget to bring your unicorn floatie:

  • Round up your gang and enjoy an unforgettable stay at "Remodeled 3bd/2bth Treetop House". There's a lot to love about this escape apart from its pool, such as cable/satellite TV services and a smart TV.
  • Spend leisurely vacation days swimming or finding some peaceful moments beside the water at "The John Riordan House. Built 1898. Vacant". This property is another top choice and features a living room, a balcony and more.

Not sure how to pack your bags for your Chino Valley escape? This popular destination has a semi-arid climate. In the summer months, expect average temperatures of between 65 ºF and 85 ºF. Browse our range of Chino Valley vacation rentals by using the search bar at the top of the page. Simply adjust the filters to get more ideas about where to stay.

What are the best large family vacation rentals in or near Chino Valley?

Whether you're escaping with the kiddos or you're taking your long-lost relatives along, family vacations mean fun. These large rentals in and around Chino Valley have space for everybody — and everything you need to keep them happy:

  • With 3 bedrooms that sleep as many as 8 guests, "Beautiful, Historic Home In Central Arizona Mountain Community" gives you space to connect with family and friends. It's around 16 miles south of Chino Valley and comes with amenities that'll keep your large group comfortable, such as a microwave oven and a barbecue grill.
  • "Cabin - Mountains And Lakes And Pines. . . Oh My" is another vacation rental the entire gang will love. Invite as many as 8 family and friends to this option which offers 4 bedrooms, nearby birdwatching activities, a toaster and more. It's around 19 miles to the south of central Chino Valley.

If you're eager to visit some family-friendly attractions around the area, Mcfadden Peak Lookout promises fun for all ages.