About Cave Creek
In Frontier Town and in the authentic rough and tumble saloons from the 1930’s, such as Harold’s, where you are likely to see motorcycles parked next to the horse someone rode in on. A wide range of restaurants from fine dining to cowboy cookouts find a peaceful coexistence there. The restaurants line Cave Creek’s main road along with fun western stores, art galleries and specialty shops like those in the new Stagecoach Village shopping and dining district. Hiking, biking and horseback riding through natural Sonoran Desert terrain are also inviting Cave Creek activities. The lovely Rancho Manana resort, with its acclaimed golf course, spa, and restaurant, top off Cave Creek’s amenities.
Living in Cave Creek
“I love it up here” is the most often expressed sentiment from new residents relocating to the Cave Creek area. At an elevation of 2,200 feet, the lush desert landscape combined with small town character, charm, and all the amenities of the city just a short distance away, it’s easy to see why this is such a desirable place to live. When real estate is located in a sought-after location such as ours, history has proven that it continues to appreciate over time.
Things to do in Cave Creek
The unique rock outcroppings and boulders that are visible for miles and its recreational amenities — including its upscale resorts with gorgeous golf courses, tennis and spa facilities and shopping. Downtown Cave Creek has quaint shops and boutiques, art galleries, restaurants and a small amphitheater that hosts the farmer’s market and cultural events, and it’s not far from the lovely El Pedregal shops. In the center of town you’ll see the largest sundial in the country. Overall, Cave Creek is characterized by its charming small town feel and quaint street names like Ho Hum Road, Tranquil Trail and Easy Street.
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The Cave Creek area offers a variety of trails for exploring on foot, bicycles and horseback. There are excellent trails through Cave Creek Park that range from short and easy to somewhat difficult. The most popular and challenging is the 4.8-mile Go John Trail, which is amenable to hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. Guided trail rides through the park on horseback are available from late autumn through the spring. Rangers provide a variety of free, guided hikes and activities for visitors of all ages throughout the year.
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