Register Your Campsite Now for The Prescott Valley Outdoor Summit

Register for your campsite now!

Full-time RV – YouTube sensations, Our Not So Perfect Life, host a VIP camping experience.

3 Days & 2 Nights on-site campground, includes:

  • Fri. night s’mores
  • 2 catered breakfasts on Sat. & Sun. morning
  • 2 campground raffle tickets
  • Exclusive demos & “fireside chats”
  • Access to the VIP Campers Community Area’s After Party with craft cocktails by Founding Fathers Collective and live music by The Cross-Eyed Possum on Friday & King Copper on Saturday.

Prescott Valley Outdoor Summit premiers Sept. 16-18 at Findlay Toyota Center & adjacent 20 acre lot. Celebrate all things outdoors with a curated sponsor & exhibitor list, 4×4 rock crawl experience, food trucks, beer garden, offsite excursions, competitive adventure games, free seminars and clinics every hour, & so much more!

Register for your campsite today!


Fire Restrictions


Findlay Toyota Center Now Lists Prescott Valley Outdoor Summit

We are excited to share that the Findlay Toyota Center of Prescott Valley, Arizona now has the Prescott Valley Outdoor Summit listed on its events schedule.  The Findlay Toyota Center is central Arizona’s only indoor events arena that seats up to 6,000 people and is climate controlled. Home to sporting events such as the Professional Indoor Hockey League (this is where the Northern Arizona Wranglers call home) the Findlay Toyota Center also hosts concerts and events such as The PBR, Metal Mulisha, Monster Trucks, Alice Cooper, Three Dog Night, Cole Swindell, Crossroads of The West Gunshow, The WWE and more. Exhibitors, Sponsors and Attendees wanting to know more, go to: Prescott Valley Outdoor Summit Website.

Outdoor Summit at the Findlay Toyota Center of Prescott Valley

Findlay Toyota Center Outdoor Summit

Local News - Events

Off Road Mountain Bike Race April 29 Update

Plans are moving forward for the Whiskey Off-Road mountain bike event scheduled for April 29 through May 1 in Prescott.

Mountain Biking

As of this time, the scheduled routes for the three-day race are not in the forest closure area. The City of Prescott remains fully open, and no part of the City is currently under any type of evacuation order. A number of dispersed campsites and recreation areas on the Prescott National Forest have been affected by closures. Visitors can obtain additional information by visiting the Prescott National Forest Website: or by following them on Facebook or Twitter.

“Our staff, firefighters and police have been working very closely with Prescott National Forest and the Incident Management Team to assess any possible threat the fire may cause to the City and to the event,” said Mayor Phil Goode. “Based on their assessment, I have a very high degree of confidence that this event can be held safely for citizens, contestants and visitors. Of course, we will continue to monitor the situation, and we will be ready to act if conditions change.”

Real-time smoke monitoring is available:
Many of the spectator events and activities are centered around Whiskey Row and the Court House Plaza downtown.

Whiskey Off-Road Closure Breakdown:

Friday, April 29 to Sunday, May 1
The following streets will be closed beginning at 5:00 am on Friday, April 29 through approximately 5:00 pm on Sunday, May 1

Montezuma St (Gurley to Carleton)
Goodwin St (Cortez to Granite)

Friday, May 29 to Saturday, May 30
The following streets will be closed or allow for limited access beginning at 5:00 am on Friday, April 29 to approximately 7:00 pm on Saturday, April 30

Goodwin St (Montezuma to Summit)- This is a continuation of the closure listed above
McCormick St (Gurley to Pioneers Home)- this will only be open for school bus and resident access only. The intersection of McCormick and Goodwin will be monitored by Prescott Police- Citizens on Patrol

Friday, April 29

The following streets will be closed starting on Friday, April 29 at 1:30 pm through approximately 10:00 pm:

Cortez St (Union to Carleton)
Union St (Cortez to Alarcon)
Marina St (Gurley to Carleton)
Alarcon St (Gurley to Carleton)
Visitors and spectators are asked to recreate responsibly in the area, and to be aware of changing conditions.

Forest Road Closures
In the interest of public safety and high use of Forest Road 373 during the event; Prescott National Forest will close a portion of the road on Saturday, April 30, 2022.  The closure will begin at the junction of Copper Basin Road and Forest Road 373 heading north along Forest Road 373 for 1.3 miles to the 264 trailhead.

The event will also utilize portions of Forest Roads 53, 51, 64, and Trails 366, 327, 321, 323, 326, 392, 393, 324, 318, 332, 317, 735, 725, 706, 701, 733, 707, 316, and 48. In the interest of safety, trail users are being asked to avoid this area and respect all signage during the event.

View the forest road maps from the Prescott National Forest:


Get Out and Get Ready for the Prescott Valley Outdoors Summit in 2020

2020’s Memorial Day Weekend in Prescott Valley is building up to be a big one for Central Arizona! Be looking to celebrate all things OUTDOORS. Multiple exhibitors and sponsors have already signed on as Talking Glass Media Studios of Prescott Valley is working with community partners, the Town of Prescott Valley and companies throughout the region and country to produce a multi-day, multi-locale and multi-event OUTDOORS Summit. Be looking for a new event website, event logo and official announcement soon!

Flyer First Draft

For more info on event details, sponsorships and advertising opportunities, CALL GEORGE at 928-237-1277 or Email GEORGE at [email protected]



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