Discover a selection of 500 vacation rentals in Prescott 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 $89 per night, and houses and cabins are popular options for a stay in Prescott Valley. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

The heart of Arizona in Prescott Valley

It's the rugged traverses and canyons, the ponderosa pine forests and the toppling hoodoos of central Arizona that forge the breathtaking backdrop to Prescott Valley. A sleepy town that still echoes with the nostalgia of its old ranching days, it's real America; earthy and dust-blown. Prescott Valley vacation rentals offer a stepping stone to the Prescott National Forest, endless miles of hiking trails, and more, coming in the form of cozy cabins with views over the woodlands, or sumptuous country mansions with hot tubs and sprawling gardens.

Things to do

Between the ponderosa pines in Prescott Valley

Around 1.25 million acres of prime American national park awaits just to the west of downtown Prescott Valley. Named the Prescott National Forest, the reserve is certainly the top attraction here, offering a patchwork of scrub-dressed hills, rugged granite mountains, juniper forests, and wooded mesas, all with campsites and marked hiking by the bucket load. Even more landscapes to take the breath away loom up to the east. You could conquer the Coconino National Forest and the peaks of San Francisco, which often come doused in snow by winter. Or, head to the Tonto National Forest for cacti blooms and mountain lakes.


Adventure awaits in Prescott Valley

It's just a hop, skip, and a jump from the doorstep of Prescott Valley vacation rentals to three of Arizona's greatest wildernesses. That means this town is all about getting out and about. Campsites pepper the canyon tops to the west; horses are saddled up for riders in the historic ranches to the east; gorge walkers aim to conquer the rugged topography of Tonto, and sunflowers and aster bloom in the springtime. You'll certainly need to remember to bring the outdoors gear and walking boots for this one…


Powder and pretty summers in Prescott Valley

Unless you're searching for Prescott Valley vacation rentals as an alternative base for the Arizona Snowbowl and the ski resorts of Flagstaff, it's probably best to book your trip here during the summer. Be sure to opt for the later months of September and October if you want to enjoy the best scenery and weather, which is when the crowds of August have gone home and the forests of the Arizonan highlands begin to change colors. You could also be in with lower accommodation rates at that time of year.

Natural features

Hitting the Arizona highlands in Prescott Valley

Carving and cutting their way through the dusty heartlands of Arizona, it's the rugged canyons of the Coconino National Forest and the Tonto National Forest that crowd Prescott Valley to the east. This land of mesas and red-hued gorges is likely to be the Wild West you imagined, not to mention a fine place to hike, bike, scale needle-shaped bluffs, ski, and spot spiky cacti. The other side of town is dominated by the Prescott National Forest, where babbling streams are trodden by cougars, and where hikers can meet black bears on the dusty trails through Woodchute and Apache Creek.

How to get there

Transportation to and around Prescott Valley

The nearest airport is in Prescott, AZ (PRC-Prescott Municipal), located 6.4 mi (10.4 km) from the city center. If you're unable to find a flight that fits your schedule, you can also fly into Sedona, AZ (SDX), which is 34.2 mi (55.1 km) away.

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

Whatever your getaway needs, you'll find a rental property in or around Prescott Valley that suits your style. Here are some of our faves:

  • "Charmer By The Chapel Views • Hot Tub • Fire Pit" is a hit with guests. Around 35 miles from Prescott Valley, it has 3 bedrooms and lots of handy amenities, including a living room and off-street parking options.
  • Alternatively, unpack your suitcase at "Private Creek Front - In Heart Of Sedona On A 4 Acre Orchard Steps To Oak Creek". Located around 35 miles from the heart of Prescott Valley, it has 3 bedrooms and comes with a video library and children's games.

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

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

For a different kind of vacation experience, book one of Vrbo's tiny house rentals in Prescott Valley. A word of warning though — after you've lived the tiny house life, the urge to downsize and move into one of these fun-sized digs will be hard to resist!

  • Escape from the world and disappear to "Un - Tiny Home". This retreat in Kachina Village packs plenty of comforts into its compact space, such as a stovetop and daily housekeeping services.
  • Alternatively, book a weekend at "Tiny House Quiet, Pine Trees, Private". Located in Flagstaff, this little gem comes with a living room and cookware, dishware and utensils.

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

Whether you want to spend your trip chasing outdoor adventure or connecting with your family and friends, we've got charming log cabins where you can do both. Have a peek at these top picks in and around Prescott Valley:

  • "Hidden Hollow Log Cabin + Kid's Treehouse - B": This great cabin is a perfect base if you love playing in nature. Sledding and mountain biking are several activities you can do in the area when you're not chilling in your cozy cabin.
  • "Authentic Log Cabin, 1. 25 Acres": Spend some time taking advantage of all the creature comforts at this property. When it's time for some fresh air, hiking and biking and golf are some fun things to do.

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

Your working week will be a lot easier to bear if you've got something epic set up for the weekend. Give yourself something to look forward to by arranging a stay at one of these top weekend getaways in or near Prescott Valley:

  • Around 10 miles to the west of Prescott Valley, "Remodeled 3bd/2bth Treetop House" has all you need and more for a fun weekend break, including a boat and a kitchen. When you're ready to explore, there are plenty of outdoor attractions to get to like Clemenceau Heritage Museum and Sharlot Hall Museum.
  • Also consider "Keeping Things Fresh, Cedar Springs Casita Is Waiting For You To Enjoy", which is around 2 miles west of Prescott Valley. After exploring nearby natural attractions like Verde Santa Fe Golf Club and Out of Africa Wildlife Park, relax in your rental and make the most of a kitchenette, a barbecue grill and more.

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

Generally small, easy on the pocketbook and well located, it's not hard to succumb to the charms of a studio apartment. Get cozy in one of these vacation rentals and experience the vibe of Prescott Valley up close:

  • Explore the world around you from "Views, Swimming Pool, Hot Tub, Private". This vacation rental is a wonderful base for seeing the sights and features amenities including towels and free WiFi.
  • Another great choice is "Modern Bungalow, In The Heart Of Downtown Prescott". Make the most of off-street parking options, coffee and tea making facilities and other convenient amenities during your stay.

With the moolah you save on your studio apartment, you'll be able to see more of Prescott Valley. Cultural attractions like Young Museum and Myra's Art Gallery will help you understand the character of this destination.

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

Sure can. Vrbo's short-term rentals in Prescott Valley provide a great alternative to your typical hotel stay. Offering many of the comforts of home, you'll switch right into vacation mode the moment you arrive. Try one of these incredible rentals on for size:

  • Book a few days at "Cozy Remodeled Getaway In Continental Country Club" in central Prescott Valley. Here, you'll enjoy easy access to attractions like Tonto Natural Bridge State Park.
  • Also close to the center, "Perfect Uptown Location, Views" is another option. After some sightseeing inspiration during your stay? Rim Country Museum is a good place to start.

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

Forget chocolates and roses. Sometimes all you need is to take off for a weekend, just you and your sweetie. At Vrbo, we've got romantic getaways in and around Prescott Valley that would make even old Cupid envious. Here are some we think you'll fall hard for:

  • Put on some soft tunes and chill together at "Views, Swimming Pool, Hot Tub, Private". Around 19 miles from Prescott Valley, this property has everything you need for a couple's weekend away, including winery tours and beauty services.
  • Another place where you can spend a few magical days together is "Beautiful, Historic Home In Central Arizona Mountain Community". Located around 9 miles from Prescott Valley, a fireplace and shopping facilities add to the ambiance here.

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

Share your trip and multiply the fun. Whether you're organizing an adventurous getaway with your best friends or a big family get-together, you'll have your choice of large group vacation rentals in and near Prescott Valley:

  • Offering privacy, comfort and space, you'll get your guests' nod of approval at "Cabin - Secluded On 9 Acres Beautiful 6". Up to 20 people can be accommodated at this escape which has 6 bedrooms, a firepit and a fireplace. You'll find it around 11 miles to the southwest of Prescott Valley.
  • "7j Ranch: Red Rock Views, Pool And Spa" is another excellent option. It's around 19 miles to the east of Prescott Valley, has 6 bedrooms and welcomes up to 21 guests. A kitchen and mountain views are among the things designed to make your stay more comfortable.

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

A pool is often a necessity when choosing where to spend your vacation, particularly if you're getting away with the kids. Check out these houses with a pool in or near Prescott Valley and spend your days splish-splashing around:

  • Welcome to "Remodeled 3bd/2bth Treetop House", where your main priority will be relaxing by the pool. Amenities such as a nearby laundromat and childrens activities help make this escape a favorite with guests.
  • Alternatively, put your bags down and your feet up at "The John Riordan House. Built 1898. Vacant". Along with an invigorating pool, make use of a living room and childrens activities.

Wondering what the weather is like in Prescott Valley? It has a semi-arid climate, with average summertime temperatures ranging from 65 ºF to 85 ºF. If you'd like more inspiration on where to stay in this popular destination, use the search bar at the top of the page and adjust the filters to look through our entire selection of Prescott Valley vacation rentals.

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

Cousin Reggie, Great-Aunt Gloria … You can add them to your invitation list when you choose a large family vacation rental in or near Prescott Valley. Get all your favorite people under the one roof at one of these spacious options:

  • Make your get-together one you won't forget at "Beautiful, Historic Home In Central Arizona Mountain Community". This escape has 3 bedrooms, sleeps up to 8 guests and features many handy amenities, including a barbecue grill and a TV. You'll find it around 9 miles west of Prescott Valley.
  • Alternatively, escape with your gang to "Cabin - Mountains And Lakes And Pines. . . Oh My". It's about 9 miles southwest of Prescott Valley, has 4 bedrooms and can accommodate up to 8 guests. Useful amenities here include a DVD player and a foosball table.

When it's time to go sightseeing, there are loads of family-friendly attractions nearby to put on your to-do list. Mcfadden Peak Lookout is a superb place to start.