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Prescott, Arizona - Transportation

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Transportation information for Prescott is provided below. Travel information includes driving directions, maps, airport information and more.


Prescott has scheduled air service from and to Phoenix. The nearest major commercial airport is in Phoenix 100 miles south.

Ernest A. Love Field
  • 7 miles N from Prescott
  • PRC
  • Public
  • 928-777-1114
Glendale Municipal Airport
  • 6 miles W from Glendale
  • GEU
  • Public
  • 623-930-2188

Ground Transportation

More Info Arizona Shuttle
  • Transportation Services
  • 800-888-2749

Arizona Shuttle is the premier choice for transportation services throughout the state.


More Info Sonoran Trails
  • Phoenix
  • Transportation Services
  • 862-766-6726

Sonoran Trails provides Jeep Wrangler Rentals leaving from Phoenix, fully loaded for the overlanding and camping experience.

We are based in Phoenix, but clients rent out our vehicles an...

RV Rentals

More Info Affinity RV
  • Prescott
  • Transportation Services

RV Service Sales and Rentals.

Basic Directions

Prescott is located 100 miles north of Phoenix in the Central Arizona mountains. It is 90 miles southwest of Flagstaff. Hwys 89, 89a and 69 will all bring you right to town.

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Prescott is a destination that transcends the Arizona archetype. No sweltering summers or miles of cactus covered moonscape. The town’s mile-high location in the Grand Canyon State’s central highlands brings four mild seasons, an average annual daytime temperature of about seventy degrees, and over 300 days of sunshine.
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