Prescott, Arizona Moving Companies
North American Van Lines: The Best of Prescott Moving Companies
Our North American Van Lines agent in Prescott, AZ, has a 5-star customer service rating and a great location in Prescott Valley. Not only does this agent know the area well, but they are also a part of the professional North American Van Lines network. Whether you need residential or corporate moving services, our Prescott agent is ready to help with services like full-service packing, interstate moving, various household moving services such as electronics reassembly, and even international moving. We can help you move the 100 miles from Phoenix to Prescott or even further if that's what it takes.
We have over 80 years of moving experience and offer a variety of moving services in Prescott. No matter what type of move you are looking to make, our agent is there to handle the details. Our experienced agent is also BBB accredited for your peace of mind. Give us a call today to find out more about moving services in Prescott.
Located in the heart of Arizona at 5,200 feet above sea level, Prescott is a nature lover’s playground. The city is surrounded by the largest stand of ponderosa pine forest in the U.S., as well as an array of gorgeous landscapes that feature granite mountains to rolling meadows. As the former capital of the state, Prescott digs its roots deep in history, with landmarks such as Whiskey Row.
According to the 2012 U.S. Census, the population of Prescott is approximately 40,000, with the majority of its residents working in retail trade and health care.
Throughout the year, Prescott locals enjoy a four-season climate, which makes for a wide spectrum of fun outdoor activities. During the summer, temperatures hit a high of 90 degrees, while bottoming out in the mid-20s in the winter. Whatever season it may be, the Arizona sun usually shines - around 300 days a year.
Attractions and activities
With the wealth of stunning natural landscapes and perfect weather, Prescott offers a seemingly endless list of outdoor activities. Visitors and residents alike enjoy rock climbing, horseback riding, kayaking, hiking and swimming, to name a few. Many individuals who live for the adrenaline rush partake in the annual Whiskey Off-Road mountain bike race, which is the largest of its kind in North America.
History buffs make their way to Smoki Museum, the acclaimed collection of prehistoric pottery and stone artifacts, and Sharlot Hall Museum, the largest museum in the central region of the state that houses exhibits of anthropological history. Don’t forget to take a stroll down the 100 block of South Montezuma Street, known as Whiskey Row for the numerous saloons that use to line the street.
Prescott is located close to Arizona wine country, making winery tours are a must. Towns including Page Springs and Cottonwood are less than an hour’s drive, and boast Napa-caliber vino.
Moving to Prescott
When relocating to Prescott, let North American Van Lines do the heavy lifting. With options ranging from full-service packing to electronics assembly and disassembly, this Prescott moving company can reduce the stress in your transition here.
Conveniently, Prescott is somewhat of a central hub between major cities and attractions. For instance, Phoenix is a 100-mile drive from Prescott, the Grand Canyon is 128 miles away and Los Angeles sits 380 miles west. For those looking to fly directly into town, the nearest airport to the city’s center is Prescott Municipal, only 11 miles away.