Orchard Ranch Senior Resort, an “age 55-plus active community”, is located in the beautiful Prescott area in the shadow of the Bradshaw and Mingus mountain ranges. Combining a comfortable high desert summer climate with mild winter temperatures makes Orchard Ranch an ideal year-round resort. Along with the wide variety of Prescott area interests and activities, Orchard Ranch offers a variety of  activities.

Dewey is only minutes from the Prescott area. Both Prescott and Prescott Valley offer a wide variety of activities for those interested in Arizona History, Western & Native American Art, Antique Shops, Golfing, Fishing, Hiking, Gambling Casinos, Panning for Gold, or just exploring the many back-mountain roads. So when you need a Prescott Area RV Park,  consider Orchard Ranch your best Prescott RV Park choice.

For the RV enthusiasts we have shaded pull-thru, full hook-up sites. For others wanting a resort atmosphere we have park model rental units.  For people wanting to retire to the Prescott area and not have to spend all of their retirement dollars for a home the resort offers stunning park models and manufactured homes for sale. What ever your need Orchard Ranch is a full service resort serving the interests of an active 55+ community.

Historical Site
Orchard Ranch Resort is the home of Sharlot Malbridth Hall. For visitors there is a historical kiosk on-site.

About Sharlot Hall
In 1890 James and Adeline Hall purchased 130 acres here above the Agua Fria river and Lynx Creek. The Halls named their homestead Orchard Ranch and, with the help of their children, Sharlot and Ted produced apples and beef.

Life on the ranch instilled in Sharlot a love of Arizona’s pioneer ways. She wrote about early Americans and collected documents and artifacts. In 1927 after the deaths of her parents, she sold the ranch and moved her collections into the 1864 log “Governors Mansion” in Prescott, which she opened as a museum which now bears her name.

While at Orchard Ranch Resort visit our Sharlot Hall Kiosk and the Sharlot Hall Museum.

Take a look at the 2012 AGS online park & area information pamphlet.