The 10 Best Small Towns in Arizona

Wickenburg, AZ 

Entering Wickenburg is akin to traveling through time. Here, preservation is key to success.

Jerome, AZ

Situated southwest of Sedona and bordered by the Kaliba National Forest, Jerome is close to Cottonwood.

Florence, AZ

With a population of over 27,000, Florence is a suburb of both Tucson and Phoenix, making it ideal for residents who commute to either city.

Camp Verde, AZ

Yavapai County's Camp Verde is a town with a wealth of prehistoric history to uncover.

Payson, AZ

It's not only red desert in Arizona. Nestled in the Tonto National Forest, the small Arizonan hamlet of Payson is surrounded by a vast wilderness and towering trees.

Carefree, AZ

With a name as pleasant as Carefree, you're undoubtedly curious to learn more about this next small town.

Prescott, AZ

Prescott, which has 45,827 residents, is by no means a small Arizona town, yet it is nevertheless worthy of a spot on any list of the state's top communities.

Bisbee, AZ

Cochise County's Bisbee is the perfect place to visit if you'd like to see a unique, eccentric town with people who match.

Globe, AZ

With so many fascinating tales to tell about the state's mining past, Globe is unquestionably one of the greatest small towns in Arizona.

Sedona, AZ

The town of Sedona is populated by people drawn to its stunning rock formations and is renowned for its laid-back atmosphere.