Established in the 1870s as a gold mining town, Cave Creek has maintained its western character despite the close proximity to Arizona’s metropolitan meccas.
Rodeo events, saloons and western shops are still very much a part of the town’s fabric. Its trails, open spaces and wildlife habitats attract outdoor enthusiasts from all walks of life.
Cave Creek Regional Park and Gateway Desert Awareness Park offer horse and hiking trails, as well as an amphitheater and demonstration garden.
Golf lovers flock to the Rancho Manana Golf Club, which boasts one of the most scenic courses in all of Arizona. This variety of recreational offerings mixes well with unique restaurants, art galleries and retailers, concocting Cave Creek’s eclectic and enviable vibe.
Residents enjoy a variety of real estate options, from family-friendly houses to lock-and-leave condominiums. Cave Creek is home to several master planned communities, including Tatum Ranch and Dove Valley Ranch. Both of these communities were developed around golf courses and offer many lifestyle options to residents.
Cave Creek's proximity to the Loop 101 and I-17 via the Carefree Highway corridor makes it an attractive location.
The Wild West culture and historic architecture blend seamlessly with newer construction, making Cave Creek living the best of both worlds.