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One only has to look at the beauty of our mountains and forests to know that hiking, camping, hunting, fishing, trail-riding and exploration opportunities abound, whether on foot, horseback, bicycle or ATV. Check with the Chino Valley Ranger District - Prescott National Forest at 735 N. Highway 89 before heading out and also get information on the Lynx Lake Recreation Area, Granite Basin Recreation Area and the Thumb Butte area, to name a few.

Day to day, Chino Valley supports recreation and activities for all ages. With a health club, an active senior center, a library, a dance and yoga studio, youth and adult sports leagues, an aquatic center, a planned skate park, and local groups of artists, quilters, dog owners, sportsmen and model aviators, there is always something going on in Chino Valley! Add to that a variety of service and veteran’s clubs, such as the Lions, Lioness, Rotary, Elks & VFW, and your day could be full.

Check out the Chamber’s website at, or the local resources listed below when looking for “something to do.”

Chino Valley Senior Center
1021 W. Butterfield Road, #501 • (928) 636-9114
Daily lunches at the Center, Meals on Wheels service, activities such as ceramics, games, exercise classes, dancing, bus trips, fabric painting, needle crafts, community and issue presentations, and potluck dinners.

Chino Valley Public Library
1020 W. Palomino Road, #101 • (928) 636-2887
Fifth-largest public library in Yavapai County, offering children’s activities and an online database linked with other libraries in the county.


Parks and Recreation Department
Town of Chino Valley, 1527 N. Road 1 East
(928) 636-9780
37-acre Community Center Park includes ballfields, a planned skate park and an aquatic center offering swim lessons, exercise classes, open swim times and a water slide.

AYSO Region 1410
Fall Recreation League
Co-ed and Girls Teams ages 4-14

Annual Town celebrations include:

• July 4th Fireworks Display & Celebration: kids’ fun zone, beer garden, food vendors, open swimming, fireworks.

• Territorial Days — Labor Day weekend: Join as Chino Valley celebrates its designation as the state’s first territorial capital with a Lions Pancake Breakfast, 10k run and 2-mile fun run, parade, vendor booths, music, kid events and food.

• Chino Hometown Christmas: Businesses, service groups and residents come together for a night of holiday food, music and a contest for the best-decorated Christmas tree.

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