There are plenty of things to see and do in Chino Valley. Varied restaurants and attractions are located throughout the area providing enjoyment, fun and relaxation. Additionally, a broad range of lodging choices is available.
For those who appreciate a good wine, Granite Creek Vineyards in Chino Valley offers tastings of its award-winning certified organic wines. Selected as one of Arizona’s 50 best places to visit, Granite Creek Vineyards is one of the few vineyards in the U.S. to produce organic and sulfite-free wines. Granite Creek offers opportunities throughout the year to enjoy its special wines and unique rural setting.
Chino Valley has dining options catering to a variety of budgets and tastes. From fast food to fine dining, there is something sure to please every palate. Establishments in Chino Valley include such diverse selections as Bonn-Fire, an American family-style restaurant with catering and a full-service bar; Our Place Restaurant & Coffeehouse, featuring scrumptious breakfast, lunch and dinner specials; and Casa Grande Mexican Restaurant, serving authentic Mexican fare. Other popular choices include CD’s Café, Doreen’s Backstreet Bar & Grill, Gabby’s Kitchen, McDonald’s, The Old Red Barn and Taco Bell.
Whether traveling on business or pleasure, hotels, motels, inns, resorts and bed & breakfasts in the area provide comfort and a range of services for everyone. The 68-room Hassayampa Inn, established in 1927 and on the National Register of Historic Places, is a AAA 3-Diamond Hotel and Restaurant that features modern amenities, superior service, and exudes sophistication and luxury. The Prescott Resort & Conference Center is great for relaxing weekend getaways, family vacations and corporate business. Home to Bucky’s, northern Arizona’s premier resort casino, Prescott Resort offers a full array of recreational facilities and services for everyone. Antelope Hills Inn and Prescott Quality Inn & Suites are other popular accommodations nearby. For a homier feel, visit Teapot Inn Bed & Breakfast or Little Thumb Butte Bed & Breakfast—both known for their hospitality and charm.
Many varied attractions are located in the Chino Valley vicinity. Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary houses many rescued animals, displaying them in natural habitats. Out of Africa Park allows visitors to view animals from around the world including giraffe, zebras, wildebeest and more. Arcosanti, a futuristic city, was built with the concept of architecture and ecology working together.
Other must-sees include The Palace, Arizona’s oldest saloon; the ruins of Montezuma Castle National Monument and Montezuma Well; the Scenic Rim Tour of the Grand Canyon; Whiskey Row, once home to more than 40 saloons along a full block and now a great tourist attraction in Prescott; and much more.
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