The Peavine Trail passes along the southeastern side of the lake and goes into the Granite Dells region. Bikers, horseback riders, hikers, and joggers utilize the multi-use trial, which is fairly easy.Birds galore inhabit the area, which is endorsed by Audubon as a premier place to birdwatch.
The museum holds artifacts and documents from her extensive collection. The museum houses many permanent exhibits related to the history of the area and includes an aerial photo exhibit, a Yavapai-Prescott Indian basket display, and much more.
The park is open year round and provides numerous opportunities to see local wildlife such as deer no matter the season.
The top of the trail offers a great panoramic view of Prescott and the surrounding area.
The concentration of saloons is indicative of the type of visitors Prescott attracted during the time.
The gold rush drew cowboys, prospectors, gamblers, and a fair share of outlaws to the small town.