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MORE INFO ABOUT PRESCOTT VALLEY
Not to be confused with Prescott, Arizona.
Prescott Valley is a town located in Yavapai County, Arizona, United States, about 8 miles (13 km) east of Prescott, which has surpassed in growth. Prescott Valley was the seventh fastest-growing place among all cities and towns in Arizona between 1990 and 2000, with a current population in 2019 of about 46,515 residents.
Prescott was the location of Arizona's first Elks Lodge (BPOE). In December 1895 a group of enterprising businessmen in Prescott, sturdy products of the early west, chartered the original petition for a dispensation and later established the Prescott Elks Lodge #330. "Mother Lodge of Arizona" The Prescott Elks Opera House was built by the lodge in 1905. The Prescott Elks Lodge is now located in Prescott Valley and has served the community for more than 116 years.
Prescott Valley is located within 10 minutes of the Prescott National Forest, with lakes, fishing, hiking, and camping. The Entertainment District is located downtown and offers a variety of restaurants, a 6,000-seat events center, a multi-screen movie theater, and retail shops. There are 27 parks. Fain Park preserves remnants of early 20th-century gold-mining along Lynx Creek. The Northern Arizona Suns, a minor league basketball team in the NBA G League, plays out of the Findlay Toyota Center. In April 2016, the National Basketball Association's Phoenix Suns purchased their affiliated NBA D-League team, the Bakersfield Jam, and relocated the team to Prescott Valley beginning with the 2016–17 season.
The Arizona Sundogs minor professional ice hockey team called Prescott Valley it's home from 2006 to 2014. The team won the Central Hockey League championship in 2008.
The Arizona Adrenaline indoor football team also played two seasons in the Tim's Toyota Center, now the Findlay Toyota Center.
Prescott Valley's Mountain Valley Splash is an outdoor community pool that seasonally offers children's swim lessons, water aerobics, school swim team practices, and recreational swim. The pool features a splash pad, fountains, and a water slide.
The Fain family, who was one of the original pioneer families to settle in Prescott Valley, donated the land in which Fain Park is located to the citizens of Prescott Valley. Fain Lake is located within the park. Also located in the park is the Victorian British Manor known as “The Castle”. The structure was built in 1891, by English entrepreneur Thomas Gibson Barlow-Massicks. Barlow-Massicks established a gold mining operation and some of the equipment which he used is on display there. The Chapel of the Valley opened in 2002. The Stain Glass windows of the Chapel were made in 1906 in Germany, once belonged to the Mercy Hospital which burned to the ground in 1940. Henry Lovell Brooks (1912-2006), an educator and organist for the First Congregational Church in Prescott, helped built the Chapel of the Valley and donated the windows and 1877, Estey Reed Pipe Organ. Fain Park was listed in the National Register of Historic Places, as part of the Lynx Creek District, on August 31, 1978, reference # 78000571. Fain Park is located south of Arizona State Route 69 and east of Stoneridge Drive.
Pictured are the following:
- The Lynx Creek District National Register of Historic Places marker.
- The Fain Park waterfall
- The Fain Park Bridge over Fain Lake.
- The Lynx Creek Dam.
- A 30” diameter pipe constructed from individual tubes, riveted together to control the flow of water during the hydraulic gold mining process.
- A refurbished Gold Stamp Mill and other mining equipment.
- The Barlow-Massicks Victorian British Manor "The Castle" and the manor's storage shack and tool shed.
- The ruins of what was once the Massicks Stage Stop and Post Office and, plus that of a wagon.
- A 1906 Stained Glass window and dedication in the Chapel of the Valley.
- 1877, Estey Reed Pipe Organ which Henry Lovell Brooks donated to the Chapel of the Valley.
- Chapel of the Valley marker.
12680 W Cooper Morgan Trl
Prescott, AZ 86305