INFORMATION ABOUT THE WICKENBURG AREA
Recreation and Tourist attractions
Desert Caballero Western Museum
Hassayampa River Preserve
If you are up for it, Vulture Peak has a hiking path to the top.
The 3,658-foot-high peak dominates the desert south of Wickenburg. A challenging, but not-too-difficult trail leads to a high saddle, a fine destination for casual hikers. It's a tough clamber to the summit itself - not recommended if you have any issues with height or balance. But the views from the top are spectacular. Read More
Old 761 Santa Fe Steam Locomotive Located at Apache and Tegner behind Town Hall, this engine pounded the rails between Chicago and the west.
Joshua Forest - One of the largest remaining Joshua tree stands is found 30 miles northwest of Wickenburg. It provides springtime visitors with a breathtaking sight of trees in bloom.
Wishing Well - Make a wish, and you'll get it- and never tell the truth again! Learn about the Hassayampa legend and the the brands of local ranches.
Jail Tree - This 201 year-old mesquite tree, located at Tegner and Wickenburg Way, once served as Wickenburg's Jail.
Frontier Street - Buildings dating back to the early 1900s line this historic street, including the old Santa Fe Depot, now the Chamber of Commerce Building.
Massacre Monument - Dedicated to lives lost in an 1871 Apache-Mohave warrior attack, the Massacre Monument bears witness to the battle which spurred General Crook to launch the counter attack which ended Indian hostility in the area.
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