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Chino Valley Arizona

“Open Land, Sunny Skies, Friendly People”

Located just 15 miles north of Prescott, Chino Valley, AZ is a quiet, charming, and friendly little town. The perfect blend of rural and modern, Chino Valley is an ideal destination for those who want to breathe the cleanest air, drink the purest water, and enjoy the tranquility of open blue skies and undisturbed land. Gardeners, farmers, and ranchers enjoy the rich soil, and outdoor lovers appreciate the mild climate and over 300 days of sunshine. Here, you’ll find a blossoming mix of businesses and services alongside a refreshing rural serenity. Homes cover the complete spectrum, from affordable to luxurious, and offer something for every taste, need, and preference.

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Why Do Residents Choose Chino Valley?


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Plenty of Things to Do

It might be a small town, but there’s plenty of fun to be had in Chino Valley! The town boasts a complete Library system, as well as diverse businesses that include restaurants, stores and shops, and conveniences and services. At Yavapai College, you can enjoy great events year-round, including music, theatre, dance, comedy, art, and more. Wine tastings and live music are held on the weekends at the 100 year old homestead housing Granite Creek Vineyards. And the town itself offers great events throughout the year, like the Labor Day corn dinner and dance or the Chino Family Christmas Tree Decorating & Lighting.

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A Rich History of Business

Chino Valley is proud to be the first Territorial Capital in Arizona, dating back to 1864 when Abraham Lincoln sent troops to guard the western US from Confederate incursion. Its name was derived from a Mexican word for the acres of grasses that once covered the area, but the town is also known for its progressive railroad business spanning from 1865 to 1925. After the railroad boom, Chino Valley residents embraced farming and ranching. Agriculture, retail, commercial, and economic growth continue on today on with a mixture of small business, service business, and large companies.

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Great Parks & Recreation

Chino Valley is a great place for getting outside, enjoying the sunshine, and staying active! The town is home to several parks and ball fields, as well as tennis and volleyball courts, a Community Center, a Teen Center, a Senior Center, and even an Aquatic Center featuring an outdoor pool and water slide. The nearby Woodchute Mountain and its surrounding wilderness offer miles of breathtaking hiking, horseback riding, and biking trails just waiting to be explored.

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Outstanding Education

Students of Chino Valley are served by Chino Valley Unified School District. The district is home to four schools, including Territorial Elementary, Del Rio Elementary, Heritage Middle, and Chino Valley High. Del Rio is proud to be named a National Blue Ribbon School, while Territorial Elementary is an Arizona Benchmark School. Chino Valley High partners with Yavapai College to offer dual enrollment programs, and boasts an award-winning FFA program. Additionally, there are two charter schools in the community, Mingus Springs and Excel Education Center. Chino Valley is also home to Yavapai Community College.


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Chino Valley at a Glance

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Quick Facts

Population: 11,019
Zip Codes: 86314, 86315, 86323, 86334
County: Yavapai
Median Home Price: $304,900

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Travel & Commute

Prescott: 20 min
Flagstaff: 2h 30m
Phoenix: 1h 50m
Major Roads: AZ-89


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