Located 5,100 feet, in a spectacular valley between the Bradshaw and Mingus Mountains, Prescott Valley enjoys a year-round climate with four distinct and equally pleasant seasons.
With more than 35,000 residents, Prescott Valley still offers a friendly, small-town atmosphere that makes the area one of the nation's most desirable communities in which to live.
In the contemporary town center, Harkins Theater, a 14 screen Cineplex, anchors an entertainment district, which includes restaurants, shops, a family fun center and an outdoor concert Venue.
Tim's Toyota Center is home to the Arizona Sundogs professional hockey team and numerous concerts, family shows and community events.
Prescott Valley offers 10 public parks, including Mountain Valley Park, with its award winning amphitheater and public swimming pool complete with a 100 foot slide.
Fain park offers fishing, hiking, gold panning.
Bowling, skeet shooting and golf are all part of the area's year-round recreational opportunities.
Adjacent to the Tapestry apartments is the historic Iron King Trail.
The Iron King Trail runs nearly four miles long and passes through lovely grasslands, rustic sandstone rock formations and enchanting dessert while capitalizing on unique foliage and its historical background. The rural dirt path is a hotbed for mountain bikers as well as hikers and equestrians.
Begin your trek at the eastern trailhead, located north of the Glassford Hill Road stoplight and Spouse Drive in Prescott Valley. Parking is available on the left side of Glassford Hill Road with trail access across the street.
The Iron King Trail follows a majority of the former Prescott & Eastern (P&E) railroad line. The P&E was established in the late 1800s and was once used for mining and ranching purposes, carrying both cattle and iron in Arizona. While the railroad no longer services stations along this route, its history is still a major presence along the trail. A unique track maintenance rail car can be found at each mile point providing users with necessary shade and an interesting observation point. The track cars themselves were donated by Phelps Dodge, and range from 80 to 100 years in age. Other distinct railroad references accompany the cars along the Iron King Trail. Railroad switches serve as mile markers and actual flat bed cars were used for three different bridges located along the trail.
Located throughout the town are a wide variety of fine restaurants and convenient fast -food establishments.
The new Prescott Valley crossroads and Glassford Hill Marketplace shopping center offer major retail stared that complement the many fine specialty shops in the area.
Prescott Valley has over 30 churches representing diverse faiths and denominations.
Yavapai Regional Medical Center has a wide range of care options, including emergency department, surgery, laboratory services, cardiopulmonary, neurology services, radiology and other patient related services.
Other healthcare services in the area include: Del E. Webb outpatient center, the Prescott Valley Primary and Urgent Care Clinic, and the community's network of outstanding healthcare providers.
Prescott Valley's public school system offers five elementary schools, two middle schools and two of the state's most attractive and well equipped high schools. Charter and private schools also serve the community well.
Yavapai College offers associate degrees and programs in more than 75 areas of study.
And maintains an education center in Prescott Valley.
Emery Riddle Aeronautical University is located nearby in Prescott.
Prescott College, a private college offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in liberal arts and environmental studies.
Northern Arizona University and Northcentral University offer off-site degree programs to area residents.
Tapestry at Granville Apartments
6810 Spouse Drive
Prescott Valley, AZ 86314