The directions below should help you in locating the Prescott Country Club in Dewey, Arizona. Also, there is always MapQuest.
The Property Owner's Association Office is located in the building at 1133 Old Chisholm Trail. If you make a left turn at the very first 4-way stop intersection after entering the PCC, it will be a short way down on the left hand side of the street. One note, making a left turn at the first intersection puts you on Old Chisholm Trail. If you make a right turn at the first intersection, you will be on Manzanita.
At Cordes Junction, switch to State Route 69 (it only goes north from the I-17)
After you pass State Route 169, shortly you will come to a traffic signal (there are several signals in between) at the intersection of the 69 and Prescott Country Club Blvd./Fain Rd.
Make a left at the signal to enter the PCC.
Driving from Flagstaff
There are a couple of ways to get from Flagstaff to the Prescott Country Club. If you do not like mountain driving and have no desire to see either Sedona or Jerome (both are very scenic and interesting), then choose the I-17 route. If you want a little adventure, take the State Route 89A method. There is a third route out of Flagstaff which involves the I-40. This one will take you past Williams and Pine Springs until you come to Ash Fork where you would take State Route 89 (do not confuse it with the 89A) south through Paulden and Chino Valley to Prescott.
From Flagstaff by way of the I-17
Take the I-17 south
Take State Route 169 to Prescott (that will be a right turn at the top of the off ramp)
Stay on SR169 until you come to SR69 (it is a T intersection)
Make a right turn at the traffic signal
Once you are on SR69, follow the directions as for driving from Phoenix
From Flagstaff by way of State Route 89A (the A is for alternate)
Take State Route 89A south. This is a very scenic and beautiful drive through Oak Creek Canyon. If you want, stop at Oak Creek Canyon Vista to enjoy the view. Eventually, you will come to Sedona in the heart of Red Rock country.
Stay on the 89A. Do not take SR179 to the I-17 unless you wish to bypass Jerome and more curvy mountain driving.
Staying on the 89A, you will come to Cottonwood. The directional signs are good and will keep you on track for continuing on to Jerome.
In Jerome, stay on your current road, continue through the town until you come to a T intersection.
Make a right turn. This will take you out of Jerome, into the Mingus Mountains, and on your way toward Prescott Valley.
After you have come down out of the Mingus Mountains, the next traffic signal will let you head south on Fain road. It is a left turn at the signal.
When you get to the signal at SR69, drive straight across SR69 to enter the PCC.
From Flagstaff by way of I-40
Take the I-40 west
You will pass Williams, which is sometimes referred to as the Gateway to the Grand Canyon, because you may take a steam powered train from there to the Grand Canyon.
As you are nearing Ash Fork, you will then take SR89 south. You will pass through Paulden and Chino Valley and the Granite Dells (some really striking granite formations).
When you get to Prescott, take SR69 east. Pass through Prescott Valley and you will eventually come to the traffic signal at Prescott Country Club Blvd./Fain Rd. Make a right turn at the signal to enter the PCC.
However you choose to get here, we are looking forward to seeing you. Have fun and drive safely.