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Wickenburg, Arizona

A Quaint Horsey Town with Trails & Snowbirds

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Pictured above is an area shot of Wickenburg, AZ

One of the West's Most Western Towns.
Wickenburg is located just 54 miles northwest of downtown Phoenix, along US Highway 60, making a perfect day trip from the Greater Phoenix and Scottsdale area. Many of the sights are preservations of the town's prosperous mining days while others are modern destinations that offer something for every member of the family.

Haven for Horse Enthusiasts, it is located in the central region of Arizona, Wickenburg is a haven for horse enthusiasts. Wickenburg horse properties offer homeowners and animals ample living spaces - indoors and out - in addition to modern amenities and more luxurious home features. The Bradshaw Mountains, Hassayampa River, and desert landscapes surround Wickenburg, and many of the homes in this area invite this scenery into your home with expansive windows that offer views. Whether you desire a more affordable equestrian home or luxurious estate with a variety of features for you and your animal friends, the variety of horse homes in Wickenburg will undoubtedly include the home of your dreams. Search the MLS now, and capture a part of the unique Western lifestyle.

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Perhaps the greatest feature of Wickenburg homes for sale is the partly rural atmosphere still maintained by the community. Residents also enjoy a close-to-perfect climate all year long, allowing for plenty of outdoor activities. Situated about 45 minutes northwest of Phoenix, the town has nearby suburban amenities and a small-town atmosphere.

The folks who live in Wickenburg are proud that the town is widely known as "the West's Most Western Town." One of the events that Wickenburg is famous for is the annual Desert Caballeros Ride.

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A caballero (pronounced "cab-ee-air-owe") is a cowboy. The Desert Caballeros is a group of about 240 men from all over the country, Canada, and overseas, who gather annually for this ride. The first ride was in 1947, the year that the old Wickenburg Rodeo closed down. The riders have gathered annually since then for this 100-mile round-trip ride into the Weaver and Bradshaw mountains northeast of Wickenburg.

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