It will depend more upon what you can tolerate as to primitive lifestyle compared to the city.
Prescott shuts down after 6 pm, except bars and eateries.
It will also depend on your preferred style of living, as well as your budget.
There's miles and miles of trails within a short trailer from prescott, or keep heading north to Chino our paulden.
Beforewarned though, Chino has a wicked case of inferiority complex, it tries to grow but the way people think keeps it Podunk style.
Paulden is worse yet, and meth labs are an issue.
But, that area sits on the largest aquifer in the state, so you'll always have good water. Chino is hit and miss.
Dewey is mostly a superfund area, and you either have to truck water in, or you have to test your well annually for lead and arsenic due to the mining activity there years ago.
Coyote Springs has a lawsuit going on over CC&R issues, and that is 9 years running.
Look at Walker, Groom creek, and potato patch areas. Not quite a polluted, and good living. You besthave a 4x4 truck though. Snow in there can get real deep.
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