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Overview of Prescott

According to City-Data, Prescott, Ariz., is home to approximately 40,000 people and counting. In fact, the city's population grew by more than 17 percent between 2000 and 2010. Prescott is located about 100 miles north of Phoenix, the state's most populous city. This unique city offers its residents a chance to live surrounded by Arizona's natural wildlife, as it backs up onto the Prescott National Forest. The city also boasts numerous historic structures, a deeply rooted sense of nostalgia and a high quality of life. Those searching for Prescott apartments for rent will be delighted by this growing city's many charms and amenities.

Living in Prescott, AZ

Originally founded in 1864, Prescott was once coined as the Territorial Capital of Arizona. After its first moniker went by the wayside, it went by various other names, from Audubon to Goodwin City. After finally being christened as Prescott, the city began to build a reputation throughout Arizona.

Today, Prescott's location within the state's highlands allow for four mild seasons, and its position near a large national forest offers untold amounts of recreation activity. The town's historic district, which is primarily located along Mount Vernon Street, gives residents and visitors a glimpse into times gone by. The city's downtown plaza is the site of numerous community gatherings, including arts and crafts shows, car shows, free entertainment, and more. In fact, the plaza has been named as one of the Top Ten Public Spaces in the United States by the American Planning Association.

Prescott Attractions and Special Events

Most of Prescott's largest attractions are based on its outdoor recreation culture. The city boasts five scenic lakes as well as 450 miles of hiking, biking, and equestrian trails, which wind through both the bustling downtown district and the Prescott National Forest. Prescott is home to a large tourism industry, as many Phoenix residents and northern snowbirds use Prescott to escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. As a result, one of Prescott's other main attractions is its impressive downtown dining scene.

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