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Bronzesmith Art Gallery & Foundry link:
Bronzesmith foundry is a full service foundry dedicated from the creation to completion of limited edition bronze sculpture. Our experience has led to innovative techniques for casting and patina. We are committed to providing our customers with the finest bronze casting services.

Fain Park link:
Located in Prescott Valley, this scenic 100-acre park was once was the home of gold prospectors on Lynx Creek. Fain Park features the Barlow-Massick "Castle on the Creek". Fain Lake was dredged during Spring 2011 to improve the water quality for fishing and recreation.Fain Park was a 100-acre gift to the town of Prescott Valley. There is an active 50-acre recreation site, including trails, picnic areas, ramadas. The park also offers limited gold panning, and a still-developing historical site in addition to the Fitzmaurice historic ruins.Fain Park also offers a mini-history lesson with a refurbished stamp mill and historical artifacts with interpretive signs.Fain Lake is stocked by the Arizona Game and Fish with rainbow trout.The town of Prescott Valley has not yet developed the other 50 acres that includes the historic townsite of Massicks.Neither the Castle nor the Fitzmaurice ruins are open to the public.

Iron King Trail link:
To say that the connected rail-trails of Prescott are oases in sun-baked, north-central Arizona is no exaggeration. Wherever water touches this arid landscape-and it does along the Peavine and Iron King trails-jade cottonwoods cluster, popping out against the desert's pale yellow and burnt brown pallet. And, at 5,300 feet above sea level, with cool breezes tempered by hot sunshine, Prescott is an ideal place for trail trips in the late winter and spring.