Prescott: Courthouse Plaza, Whiskey Row, Sharlot Hall Museum & More

Nestled in a stunning mountain bowl and surrounded by one of the largest ponderosa pine forests in the West, the beautiful town of Prescott is steeped in history with an authentic taste of western heritage. Unlike most towns in the West that occurred haphazardly by the promise of cheap land, the availability of water, or the craze […]

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RV To The Sun: Arizona Grand Tour Continues

Arizona is destination like no other. Arizona has everything: Lakes and mountains, forests and rivers. Mostly, though, Arizona has desert. Acres and acres of desert. Dee-lightful. From towering red rock spires to urban excitement, to the Grand Canyon’s stunning vistas to quiet mountain towns; Old West legends to Native American and Mexican culture, and professional […]

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New KOA for Arizona

Thanks to recent voter approval of Proposition 401 in Chino Valley, the developer of the proposed Kampgrounds of America plans to begin construction in September and open the KOA in March 2012, The Daily Courier recently reported. “We are actually in that scheduling process now,” said Charlie Arnold, representative for Jack Tuls Jr., the developer […]

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