Dewey-Humboldt as we know it today hasn’t been around for long. In fact, the town was only incorporated in 2004 after merging two historic communities together. But don’t let its newness fool you: Dewey-Humboldt is a thriving community of neighbors, rich history, and rural landscapes.
Residents appreciate Dewey-Humboldt’s laid-back way of life, beautiful scenery, and easy access to nearby cities like Prescott, Flagstaff, and Phoenix. With the Bradshaw Mountains and the Prescott National Forest on the horizon, plenty of outdoor adventures are within easy reach of town limits. Considering buying a home in Dewey-Humboldt? We can help!
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DEWEY-HUMBOLDT RESIDENTIAL RESOURCES
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Population (2016): 4,049
Zip Code: 86327, 86329
Phoenix, AZ: 1 hr 25 min
Flagstaff, AZ: 1 hr 20 min
Public Transportation: Yavapai Regional Transit
WHAT YOU’LL LOVE ABOUT DEWEY-HUMBOLDT
RICH LOCAL HISTORY
Like many communities in the Prescott area, Dewey-Humboldt can trace its history back centuries. Artifacts and ruins left by the Yavapai tribe speak volumes about who the area’s earliest settlers were and how they lived. Flash forward to the 1800s, and you’ll find glimpses of Dewey-Humboldt’s mining and gold rush history. Be sure to stop by the Dewey-Humboldt Museum to learn more about the local history!
Dewey-Humboldt’s proximity to the mountains makes for a quick trip to hiking spots, skiing destinations, scenic overlooks, and secluded campgrounds. Take a tour of the area by Jeep or on horseback, marvel at the natural landmarks like Cathedral Rock, or go on safari at Out of Africa Wildlife Park. Want to stick closer to home? Be sure to visit Mortimer Farms, a popular attraction in Dewey-Humboldt.
A CLOSELY KNIT COMMUNITY
Long before Dewey-Humboldt was incorporated, people flocked to the area to enjoy its rural character and seclusion. Today, residents continue to enjoy Dewey-Humboldt’s peaceful setting and are active in preserving the town’s charm. In fact, the move to merge the communities of Dewey and Humboldt together in the early 2000s was inspired by longtime locals.
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