We are located in the heart of Chino Valley, Arizona, just North of the City of Prescott off Highway 89. The Highway 89 is located 1/4 mile East of the park, allowing easy access to Prescott and other neighboring cities.
Escape the Heat in Beautiful Chino Valley, AZ!
We offer affordable living for seniors, blue-collar professionals and U.S. veterans who want to live in a small town atmosphere with clean air and 300 days of sunshine (20 degrees cooler than Phoenix).
The park is very well maintained, presenting a clean and pleasant environment. Pets are welcome.
The Prescott & Chino Valley area has enjoyed years of unprecedented growth, where affordable housing is in high demand.
Residents of our community enjoy shopping, churches, and numerous local activities, all within minutes of their home. Our surrounding area offers nearby retailers and local services, many within very short distance, such as Safeway, Walgreens, Anytime Fitness, the Post Office, etc. Medical services and paramedics are only five minutes away.
Chino Valley also has a phenomenal Aquatic Center just two blocks from our park.
Chino Valley, located along State Highway 89 in the mountains of north central Arizona, is the site of the first Territorial Capital of Arizona.
Nestled between Mingus Mountain and Granite Mountain in Yavapai County, the Town of Chino Valley, AZ is home to more than 10,000 residents who enjoy small-town living with a rich agricultural and ranching history.
Chino Valley was named the first Territorial Capital of Arizona by Governor John Noble Goodwin in 1864.
Arizona's Highway 89 serves as the town's main artery, providing both residents and tourists easy access to neighboring Prescott just minutes to the south, and famed Route 66, a short drive to the North. Other local destinations include the Grand Canyon, Sedona, historic Jerome and the Verde Valley, all just a short drive away.
With nearly 70 square miles of open space, Chino Valley offers breathtaking views while providing abundant room for growth, including existing retail space and the Old Home Manor Business Park that is currently in the planning stages.
With its temperate climate and ideal location, Chino Valley sits about 90 miles from the snowcapped San Francisco Peaks of Flagstaff to the north, or south to Major League Baseball's spring training headquarters in Phoenix.
Recreational facilities include the nearly 40-acre Chino Valley Community Center Park, home to the town Aquatic Center, as well as multiple baseball, softball and soccer fields equipped for both day and evening events. Community Center Park is also home to the town's annual 4th of July celebration.
Another favorite destination is Memory Park, where thousands gather each year for the town Halloween Carnival and other community events. Memory Park borders the newly renovated Chino Valley Library and the Chino Valley Senior Center, which provides hundreds of low-cost meals weekly, both at the center and through the Meals on Wheels program.
Other senior center activities include line dancing, art classes and billiards, as well as bridge, pinochle and horseshoe groups.
Chino Valley High School, home of the Cougars, offers its students a unique educational experience though the Cooper Ag Center, a 52 acre working farm adjacent to the campus.
The Cooper Ag Center offers students a full range of Future Farmers of America (FFA) and 4-H programs that have earned national recognition for the students. Coupled with the Ag Center, local students also receive hands-on training through the Career and Technical Education (CTE) program in culinary arts, drafting & design, biotechnology innovations and viticulture and enology on the campus vineyard.
Other advanced educational opportunities include a CVHS-Yavapai College partnership that allows students an opportunity to enroll in college-level aviation technology courses.
In addition to CVHS, the Chino Valley Unified School District includes Heritage Middle School, Del Rio Elementary School and the full time Territorial Kinder Center. Other educational choices include Mingus Springs Charter School, which focuses on smaller class sizes and specialized, personal education.
Chino Valley is also home to many service organizations, including Lions Club International, Rotary International, Chino Valley Elks and the American Legion.