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History of Chino Valley

Nestled in the stunning mountains of Central Arizona, the beautiful city of Chino Valley has a long, rich history and heritage as the site of the first Territorial Capital of the state. While traveling through the area, it was U.S. Army Cavalry Lieutenant Amiel W. Whipple that named the community after the abundant curly grama grass common to the area. For many years, farmers here grew alfalfa and corn and raised cattle; then, in 1864, the capital moved to Prescott, fifteen miles south of Chino Valley. Today the economy of the town is based on a mix of service, commercial, and retail activities.

Weather in Chino Valley

Prospective homebuyers considering moving to Chino Valley will be pleased to discover the town has more than three hundred days of sunshine each year, and an abundance of clean water perfect for vegetation. During the spring, residents enjoy tulips, and during the winter, they enjoy squash and corn. In addition to excellent weather, the town also has fabulous recreation opportunities that include swimming and hiking, and there are great choices for shopping as well in the multiple local retail districts.

Dining Options in Chino Valley

Dining options are also numerous and varied, including fast and casual options to formal family dining. Among the most popular Chino Valley restaurants are Gabby’s Kitchen, Casa Grande Mexican Restaurant, Bonn-Fire Chillin’, and Grillin’, Aroma Pizza, A&P Oriental Express, The Checkered Apron Bakery and Cafe, Big Daddy E’s BBQ & Catering, and Overflow Coffee.

What to do in Chino Valley

Adding to the town’s appeal, entertainment and leisure opportunities in Chino Valley and the surrounding area include destinations like Granite Creek Vineyards, the Garchen Institute Retreat Center, Antelope Hills Golf Course, Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary, Highlands Center for Natural History, the Smoki Museum, and the Yavapai College Performance Hall.

Communities in Chino Valley

You’ll also find many diverse neighborhoods and subdivisions here. Depending on which community you choose, Chino Valley lots range in size from eighty feet by one-hundred-foot lots to two-plus-acres or larger. Most Chino Valley properties afford convenient access to open spaces, ball fields, and parks, among other amenities. Whether you’re young and single, a growing family, or a retiree, real estate in Chino Valley includes many excellent choices.

Homes for sale in Chino Valley

Homes for sale in Chino Valley include mobile homes, apartments, single-family homes, executive-style homes, ranches, and small farms. This tremendous diversity means listing prices for Chino Valley real estate fall across a vast range. If you would like to learn more about available housing options in Chino Valley, Arizona, we would love to assist you, so please contact us at your earliest convenience.

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