The TreeHouse Campus is located in Prescott, Arizona.
Nestled in 1,408,000 acres of the Prescott National Forest, the Prescott area features more than 796 miles of trails and many outdoor activities, including rock climbing, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding as well as nearby canoeing, rafting and kayaking.
|Places of Interest||Mileage||Approx. Travel Time||Web Site|
|Jerome||34 miles||58 minutes||link|
|Sedona||67 miles||1hr 23 minutes||link|
|Phoenix||100 miles||1hr 48 minutes||link|
|Grand Canyon||130 miles||2 hrs 30 minutes||link|
Wilderness and Outdoor Experiences
Prescott, AZ is surrounding by 1.2 million acres of the Prescott National Forest, providing students with the opportunity to participate in wilderness learning that fosters important connections to nature and helps students become more confident and self-reliant.
Nearly 450 miles of scenic trails for hiking, backpacking, horseback riding, or mountain biking are offered on the Prescott National Forest.
The forest also contains one National Recreational Trail (Granite Mountain Trail) and one National Historic Study trail (General Crook Trail). The mild climate allows the trails to be enjoyed year-round.