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Equestrian Property in Prescott, AZ

Owning a horse can be one of the most rewarding and fulfilling hobbies that a person can have, and the home of such an enthusiast ideally provides accommodations for this endeavor. An equestrian property in Prescott, Arizona offers potential buyers with all of the amenities for such a deep-seated and devoted passion.

Prescott, Arizona is nestled in the majestic Bradshaw mountains. The towering peaks and stately evergreen forests provide a breathtaking backdrop to the homes located in this town, and likewise offer horse owners the chance to enjoy some of nature's finest views.

Being in the mountains, Prescott is home to many verdant forests and natural attractions. For those interested in being in, around, and learning about nature, Prescott hosts no shortage of options.

The Prescott National Forest is open to those on horseback, and offers more than one million acres of trails, waterways, and other natural features. There are many horse-friendly trails throughout the forest; riders are able to experience many topographical sights from one of the most classic positions of the American West -- the backs of their very own horses.

Horse-less visitors need not fear -- the horse trails are just the tip of this forest's proverbial iceberg. The Prescott National Forest provides opportunities for biking, camping, rock climbing, prospecting for rocks and minerals, hunting, fishing, boating, tubing, and more.

Lynx Lake, a popular water attraction in Prescott, also provides activities like boating, hiking, and bird-watching. This horse-friendly lake is also home to archeological sites and trout fishing on its 55 acres of open water.

A smaller lake in Prescott, Watson Lake is also one of the most scenic. This compact feature gives visitors the opportunity to fully experience the views by renting a kayak on-site.

Horse-owners will be right at home in Prescott, with its numerous attractions open to equines, and its beautiful surroundings. There is a world of natural beauty to discover on horseback.

Prescott, AZ Equestrian Real Estate

Prescott, Arizona equestrian real estate allows an owner to be in control of something they are truly adamant about -- their horses. Equine activities are more than just a hobby, they're a passion, and buying a home that offers the best of all worlds brings culture, fun, and quality to the table as well as accommodating such a deep-seated enthusiasm.

Prescott could be considered part of the original American west, and in town the history is rich and undeniable. Even the abundance of Victorian homes -- over 800 of which are listed on the National Registry of Historic Places -- take you back to a different time.

In 1870, Fort Whipple was the military department's headquarters. Nowadays, a museum on the grounds allows visitors to take a look into Arizona's past, with exhibits spanning the past two centuries.

The Phippen Museum hits on both the fine arts and education about the area's past. Rotating and static collections of paintings and sculptures as well as educational programs focus on different prominent areas, times, and people.

For something a bit more lighthearted, The Spot is a children's museum that provides a fun learning experience via several exhibits and hands-on stations. This inexpensive attraction is enjoyable for families of all ages.

Another historic museum is the Shallot Museum. Workers dress in era-appropriate clothing and give informational presentations; children may even participate in the treasure hunt on the grounds.

Visitors to this museum are able to learn about the area's past, and the people who lived in it during that time. There are also exhibits rich in Native American history.

Whether you're a real cowboy or just one at heart, Prescott equestrian homes support you and your horsemanship. This complex area, with its rich history and heritage, offers a satisfying experience and an opportunity to look into the past.

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