Best Places to Find Snow Near Prescott This Winter

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While convenient for year round living, Prescott’s relatively mild winters don’t allow for much play in the snow. Fortunately, Arizona’s expansive terrain is only a short drive from the quad towns and has plenty to play and explore this winter.

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Arizona Snow Globe

Ski, shred or toboggan, relax in the lodge, have a snowball fight or take a lesson, Arizona Snowbowl has everything you need for your favorite winter activity. Just a short drive from Prescott, Snowbowl is convenient and easily accessible.

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Estimated driving time: 2 hours

Site: 9300 N Snow Bowl Rd, Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Flagstaff Snow Park in Fort. Tuthill County Park

Flagstaff Snow Park has restrooms, a large outdoor fire pit, and picnic areas. Enjoy groomed trails, tubes for hire, food and drink vendors, and a shop in case you forgot to bring your winter gear. Tickets must be purchased in advance.

Best Places to Find Snow Near Prescott This Winter

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Estimated driving time: 1.5 hours

Site: 2446 Fort Tuthill Loop, Flagstaff, AZ 86005

Northern Arizona Village

Northern Arizona’s # 1 destination for outdoor recreation, rustic accommodations, and outdoor events! Nordic skiing and snowshoeing in winter.

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Estimated driving time: 1.75 hours

Site: 16848 US 180 Flagstaff, AZ 86001


Oak Hill Snow Playground

Oak Hill Snow Playground is located on the site of a former downhill ski area (operated in the 1950s). There are two separate toboggan runs; one is long and steep and the other is shorter and easier for beginners. Check the local weather conditions for Williams, AZ to see if snow is forecast in the area to see if there might be snow at Oak Hill Snow Play.

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Estimated driving time: 1.5 hours

Site: Vieux, W Historic Rte 66, Williams, AZ 86046


Sunrise Park Resort

Quite a trek from Prescott, Greer’s Sunrise Park Resort is Arizona’s premier recreation destination, offering the most ski trails and area in the state. They offer skiing, snowboarding, ski bikes and lessons are available for all ages.

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Estimated driving time: 4 hours

Site: 200 Highway 273, Greer, Arizona 85927

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