Chino Valley in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Wineries & Vineyards. Discover best things to do in Chino Valley with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Chino Valley
4.5 based on 52 reviews
Come experience the wonderful taste of the Arizona territory in award-winning Certified Organic Wines Tasting Room Hours Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 12pm-5pm Picturesque Granite Creek Vineyards is a Family owned and operated vineyard and winery, located in the Town of Chino valley, Arizona.
Outside dining with good wine, good music, and Peacocks!! You are in a courtyard of old buildings surrounded by large trees... setting is stunning. Very relaxing venue with a very warm and attentive staff. A little bit of a haul from Prescott, but well worth it!
5 based on 51 reviews
Gunsite offers firearm training to elite military personnel, law enforcement officers and free citizens of the US. Here at Gunsite Academy, you will spend a week immersed in training in defensive pistol, rifle or shotgun. Learning how to protect you and your family against harm is a life long skill you will have forever. This is a vacation to remember for the entire family.
Went back for a second class in May 2017 (see my June 2016 review for my previous experience), called Defensive 3-Gun. 5 day class provided a refresher on 250 Pistol and an intro to their 223 Carbine and Defensive Shotgun courses. Another phenomenal experience. Top...MoreThank you for your review of the 3 Gun Class. WE look forward to seeinig you again. The 2018 Course Schedule is up on the website, check it out.
4.5 based on 130 reviews
Fine arts museum that features exhibits and educational programs related to the American West.
The museum features a variety of permanent and changing fine art of the American West. The building has been expanded in recent years which supports more diverse rotating exhibits, but is still small enough to see much of the artwork in a couple of hours. The art features a lot of cowboy, western, and native american work, but it is really the enthusiastic docents who bring the work to life for non-experts. The rotating exhibits featured pieces from the Phoenix Museum of Art when we visited in late December, 2017, but you should check the most current schedule.
4.5 based on 112 reviews
Peavine has a great walking path that goes forever; and if you'd like to really "hike" you can choose to go on another path and get your workout. The scenery is peaceful and some of the area's best; whether long or short time allowing, you can't go wrong on the Peavine.
4.5 based on 252 reviews
Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary is a non-profit wildlife sanctuary, dedicated to the conservation and protection of native and exotic animals. Located in scenic Prescott, Arizona, the sanctuary provides a source of recreation, education and entertainment for all ages. With the mission of "Conservation through Education," Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary provides a unique and up-close experience with animals visitors may see nowhere else. Animals at Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary all have a story to tell and lesson to teach. We currently house more than 200 animals on our grounds - among them a Bengal Tiger, two Black Bears, two Clouded Leopard siblings, Mexican Gray Wolves, Bobcats, Lynx, Lemurs, various reptiles, and one of the largest tarantula displays in the Southwest.
As the name above indicates, this isn't really a zoo, it is a sanctuary. I went at opening and so didn't see all the animals. Some were still sleeping, some were being fed and some of the enclosures were empty. But that is normal anywhere you go where there are animals. Being a sanctuary, the enclosures were all metal fencing, but you can tell they made an effort to make the environment as stimulating as possible. Some of the exhibits were locked when I cam by (tarantula house) and the bathrooms were locked. Apparently people don't worry about having everything open before the public comes in. But they were all busy feeding animals and cleaning enclosures, so I didn't get too upset. I really enjoyed two young lynx's playing with each other. The tiger did not seem happy at all having people around. But since she was separated from the two brothers she had grown up with, I might understand her attitude since she was now all alone. The lemurs were fun to watch also running around their cage. For the most part they seemed to be happy in their surroundings.
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