Most events at Talking Rock are centered around fellowship and good food, and the Auto Concours don’t fall short of either.
Discover Indoor-Outdoor Living in Prescott
September 9, 2021
Talking Rock, which served as a cattle ranch in a previous life, still benefits from decisions made by the landowner decades ago — when that landowner went against the grain and preserved the trees on the property instead of removing them as other ranches had.
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Talking Rock is a Prescott retreat offering luxury homes and premium amenities as a way for owners to feel the gravity of the open space afforded here and at the same time discover connections with neighbors who quickly become friends.
Our memberships at Talking Rock are designed to maximize the experiences available here, from our year-round championship golf course to our lively social events to our fitness barn, our athletic and recreation facilities, and our pool.
Immerse in stillness and absorb the warmth that surrounds you, allowing every eucalyptus-infused breath to sink you deeper into calmness. …
As we continue to see Bocce Ball gaining popularity in the U.S., it is also building within our Talking Rock community. That is why we formed a Bocce Ball League.
At Talking Rock, a private golf community in Prescott, Arizona, we see ourselves as partners in that journey, as owners build their own legacy on parcels of land that benefit from mountain sunsets, acres of open space, and proximity to nearby hiking and biking trails.
Whether you prefer to be in the water, on a boat, or on the shoreline, we encourage you to experience Prescott’s beauty first hand.
Arizona’s wineries are so close to Talking Rock they’re almost like an add-on amenity to living in the Prescott community.
At Talking Rock, we take pride in the lifestyle we’re able to experience, which is why we want to make it available to others who are considering a move to our exclusive community. Our Club Cabins offer the perfect preview.
Designed with the modern ranch feel, the Pioneer Series has a limited number remaining.
The Post offers an opportunity to strengthen community bonds and take in everything Prescott has to offer.