is ideal for horseback riding, hiking, bird watching, and photography. Cave Creek Regional Park, the Tonto National Forest, and the Black Mountain Trail are a few of the most popular places for a day hike. In town, you'll find shopping and dining with a strong Western twist ranging from authentic southwestern pottery and artwork to upscale furniture and home decor. After working up an appetite hiking and horseback riding all day, you'll love the savory BBQ restaurants around town.
Saloons and Two-Step
When night falls, you can begin the evening with sunset margaritas at one of the corner bars, or tap your toes to the live music and at the saloons, or stand up and dance the two-step with your partner. If you want to go hiking beneath the stars, be sure to inquire at the local state and national parks to see if any nightly events are coming up during your stay.
Other fun places to visit during your Cave Creek timeshare vacation include the volunteer-run Cave Creek Museum, which has exhibits detailing the entire history of the area including a replica Hohokam house and an entire southern wing dedicated to the pioneering days. This museum is especially popular with families. The Desert Foothills Library is another good place to take the family, they offer special programming for kids and teens. It also has a botanical garden, scenic terrace, and used bookstore.
Best Time to Visit
December through March is the busiest time to visit a Cave Creek timeshare. The slightly cooler weather makes outdoor activities easier during the day and many people love avoiding cold weather back home. Tourism falls off slightly during the hottest months of the year, in July and August, when daily highs can reach 100 degrees F, but the spring and fall months are perfect for vacationing with more moderate temperatures and plenty of travel deals available.