Friendly Pines Camp is nestled in the tall, cool pines of Prescott, Arizona. Our property is located in the midst of the Bradshaw Mountains, and much of it borders Prescott National Forest. At an elevation of 6300 feet, we enjoy warm, comfortable summers and mild winters. We are just six miles from charming and historic downtown Prescott, at one time the Territorial capital of Arizona. Prescott offers many great restaurants, shops and historic sites to keep counselors busy on their days off. Many enjoy relaxing on the Courthouse Square in the center of our city. Friendly Pines Camp boasts close proximity to many other visit-worthy locations:
The Grand Canyon – just over 3 hours north of Friendly Pines Camp, a visit to the Grand Canyon’s South Rim makes a comfortable day-off trip. Get more information about the Grand Canyon here.
Sedona – just a one-hour drive east will bring you to Sedona’s red rock countryside. While in Sedona, you’ll be able to experience a natural water slide, a church built right into the red rock, and a well-known rock formation in the shape of Snoopy, not to mention, general hiking, shopping and sightseeing. Get more information about Sedona here.
Jerome – on your way to or from Sedona, Jerome makes a great stop. Often called “America’s Most Vertical City” or “Largest Ghost Town in America”, it’s a sight you don’t want to miss. Get more information about Jerome here.
Tubing on the Salt River – just a short drive from Phoenix, drifting along the lower Salt River would make for a relaxing afternoon. Get more information about tubing on the Salt River here.
Flagstaff – just a two-hour drive northeast will bring you to the historic and colorful city of Flagstaff. Home of Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff boasts shopping and dining choices galore, and an overall festive quality that makes it a hard town to resist. Get more information about Flagstaff here.
Hoover Dam – found just three hours northwest of camp, this huge concrete dam is an impressive sight to see. Get more information about Hoover dam here.
The Painted Desert – this brightly colored landscape stretches across 160 miles of Northern Arizona. Get more information about the Painted Desert here.