Wickenburg was named the #9 Top Ten Western Town for 2021 in the True West Magazine Feb/March annual Top Ten Western Towns issue.
The Feb/March issue went to subscribers on January 25th, and national newsstands on February 16th.
WICKENBURG IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS
Wickenburg is open for business and is continuing to provide western hospitality as it has since 1863. We ask that visitors enjoy Wickenburg responsibly, social distancing where possible, and wearing masks to protect others. We thank you for helping us keep our community safe while enjoying all that our wonderful town has to offer.
Want to know where to eat? Where to shop? Where to stay? Curious about special events? Wickenburg’s unique history? Or would you like to view a map of our most famous hiking trails? Receive all the information you need from the Wickenburg Visitor Center.
You can order the glossy, magazine-style Visitors Guide produced by The Wickenburg Sun, or view the guide and our other information online for free!
Want more information on Wickenburg? Call the visitor center at 928-684-5479 or email: Info@wickenburgchamber.com
KAY EL BAR RANCH AND VULTURE CITY ON COWBOY CHANNEL
in case you missed it
In early August, Wickenburg’s very own Kay El Bar guest ranch and Vulture City ghost town were featured on the Cowboy Channel’s “Wild Rides” series. In case you missed it, watch the full episode below. You can also watch all the Wickenburg “Wild Rides” episodes on our Photo & Video Gallery page.
NEW SHOPPING & DINING GUIDE
The latest Wickenburg Shopping & Dining Guide is here! Find details on all the best places to shop, dine, and play in Wickenburg, Arizona. While the Visitor Center remains closed, you can find copies of the Shopping & Dining Guide at an information kiosk located outside of the Visitor Center. You can also view the digital version of the guide, available online here.
Most Wickenburg businesses are open and welcoming visitors while following guidelines from health officials. Visit us out Wickenburg way and patronize our wonderful local businesses.
When visitors want a real, authentic taste of the Wild West, they visit Wickenburg. The town has successfully merged the past with the present in a way that awakens the cowboy in everyone.
Enjoy a day of fine art at the Desert Caballeros Western Museum, watch a performance at The Webb Center, or take a historic walking tour through Wickenburg’s restored downtown area.
We hike trails, ride horses, and then ride in a jeep to experience natural trails and historic places. We can participate or watch team roping at local arenas, ride a mountain bike, golf, shop, eat, play or sit and wait for the sunset.
We disconnect from the grid and reconnect with each other, and have since 1863.
Take a day trip or spend a week, because there’s no better place to truly experience the historic wonder of the West.
Contact the Wickenburg Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau at 928-684-5479 or firstname.lastname@example.org.