Cave Creek, Arizona

 Frontier Town, a Piece of the West

Cave Creek, Arizona is located high above Phoenix in the foothills of Black Mountain, Skull Mesa and Elephant Butte.  It was established as a gold mining town and shopping point for the U.S. Cavalry in the mid 1870′s. Today,  more than 100 years later, Cave Creek is one of the most recognized western towns in the U.S. featuring numerous specialty stores, saloons, rodeo events, and dining.

Can’t forget the Buffalo Chip Saloon for that true western experience! Enjoy indoor & outdoor dining, and…

BUFFALO CHIP SALOON, Downtown Cave Creek, AZ

Buffalo Chip Saloon, Bull Riding Every Wednesday & Friday night! It’s live, it’s fun, and it’s free… just come and watch!

amy elizabeth, TBN Ranch

Photos by tbnranch.com

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amy elizabeth, writer, author. Lives in the northeastern reaches of the Sonoran Desert on a small hobby farm raising Ornamental Bantam Chicks and Laying hens.
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5 Responses to Cave Creek, Arizona

  1. Bassas Blog says:

    Great post! I love the photos!!

  2. Awesome pictures! :-)

  3. tbnranch says:

    Cave Creek is approx. 20 minutes from north Phoenix. Another 1.5 hours to Flagstaff.

  4. Looks cool and almost like a ghost town with no people in your photos! I would have so much fun taking pictures here ! Is it in betweeen Phoenix and Flagstaff?

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