A Sober Way Home is a drug rehabilitation and alcohol treatment center located in the scenic, mile-high city of Prescott, Arizona. Clients of A Sober Way Home are surrounded by supportive friends, exemplary role models and well-trained leadership. When family memebers come to visit, they will have plenty of things to see and do in the beautiful city of Prescott.

Fourth of July in Prescott

Getting To & Around Prescott, AZ

If you live close to Prescott and can easily drive here, you will enjoy a scenic drive into town. You can use Google Maps to get directions.

If you need to fly in, you can use the close-by Ernest A. Love Field municipal airport, or we are located 1 hr 45 mins drive from the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.

While staying in Prescott, you can use the Arizona Shuttle or the Prescott Transit Authority to get around. You could also rent a car from the many rental companies, or rent a bike from Prescott Alternative Transportation. Uber and Lyft are also now available in the area.

Places to Stay

There is a diverse selection of hotels and other accommodations in Prescott, from historic hotels, business hotels with pools and spas to guest houses for the modest budget. See TripAdvisor to get a list of options for every budget. You can also see Airbnb for some great deals. If you would like to RV or camp, you can visit the official Prescott page for options.

Climate in Prescott

Prescott is located in the Bradshaw Mountains of central Arizona, and enjoys over 300 days of sunshine per year. We get an average of 19 inches of rain per year and 25 inches of snow. The yearly average temperature is around 70 degrees, with an average high of 88 degrees in Summer, and 51.5 degrees in Winter.

Winters are generally mild to cool, and Summers warm to hot.

It snows in winter in Prescott, AZ

Things to do in Prescott, AZ

A great resource for activities in Prescott is on the official Prescott page.

Some highlights are:

Nature
Prescott National Forest is about 1.25 million acres, and Prescott borders three other National Forests in Arizona: Kaibab, Coconino, and Tonto. There are amazing hiking trails, mountain biking trails, rock climbing, hunting, fishing and boating on the lakes, scenic rides and many other activities.

Thumb Butte in Arizona - Hiking

Golf
Take advantage of the 4 golf courses within the city limits, namely Antelope Hills Golf Course, Capital Canyon Golf Club (private), Talking Rock Golf Club (private), and Prescott Lakes Golf Club (private). There are other public courses located nearby in surrounding towns.

Take in a Show
Prescott has a vibrant arts, culture and entertainment scene. These include impressive galleries, live theatre, live music and independent film screenings. See http://www.prescott.com/art-entertainment for more details.

See the City
There is always something to see and do in Prescott. There are many tours available, from the historic downtown tour to general city tours. You will see many interesting sights by just walking around the city and exploring. The American Planning Association (APA) named Prescott’s one of the “Top Ten Public Spaces” in the United States.

Eating Out
Whatever your tastes, you will find a restaurant to cater to your needs. We have everything from fast food restaurants to fine dining.

The Lakes of Prescott, AZ