Prescott Valley Attractions & Entertainment Facilities
Prescott Valley Entertainment District
Spanning 60 acres, the Prescott Valley Entertainment District is a contemporary take on the old-fashioned town square, the traditional hub and heart of many communities over the years. “ED” welcomes visitors amid a sunny, pedestrian-friendly atmosphere - its wide walkways, public plazas, rock fountain, and attractive landscape design were synergistically conceived to encourage consumers to linger, socialize, and partake of the wide variety of shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities that awaits around every corner.
The annual Tour De PeeVee, with a 2-mile Fun Walk, 5K, 10K and Half Marathon starts and finishes in the ED after winding around the town, and benefits the Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Yavapai.
Tim’s Toyota Center
Tim’s Toyota Center is a $36 million multipurpose facility and home to the Arizona Sundogs professional hockey team. The arena seats approximately 5,100 for hockey, soccer and football and up to 6,200 for concerts. The facility also hosts AIA high school state tournaments including cheer, volleyball, wrestling and basketball; boxing, basketball, rodeo, ice shows, and theatrical productions. Tim’s Toyota Center has private luxury suites, and two party suites.
Arizona Sundogs Hockey
Founded in 2006, the Sundogs are a professional, minor league hockey team playing in the Central Hockey League. During the 2007-08 season, the team clinched the CHL Ray Miron President’s Cup, that league’s championship title. The Sundogs are a double-A affiliate of the Phoenix Coyotes (NHL) and Portland Pirates (AHL).
This 100 acre park has a fishing lake, ramadas, restrooms, sidewalks, paths, historical artifacts, including a refurbished stamp mill. More than 80 acres of the park are still in their natural state. Swimming, campfires, and overnight camping are not allowed.
Prescott Valley Days
This event features a carnival, PV Idol competition, free concerts by well-known local bands, hot air balloon launches, a pancake breakfast, parade, tractor pulls, demonstrations by local dance and martial arts groups, and more.
Located above Fain Park, the Valley of Lights, a 1-mile drive- through exhibit featuring millions of lights in “tunnels” and animated displays, kicks off the holiday season annually on Thanksgiving night. Prescott Valley’s Festival of Lights, the first Friday in December, starts with holiday music from local music groups and culminates in a visit from Santa Claus riding on the parade’s final illuminated float. The Create a Tree contest at the public library offers a variety of whimsical “trees” from community groups and organizations.
Harkins Theaters 14
A multi-plex of theaters featuring all digital projection, digital sound, 3D projection, stadium seating and Ultimate Rocker® Seating.
Online resources for the most up-to-date events
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Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce:
Tim’s Toyota Center, Prescott Valley: