The Cave Creek Museum's original Tubercular cabin, one of 16 cabins that made up a local TB camp, was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in November 2002. According to the Arizo... Tubercular Cabin
The Story of Frontier Town
Cave Creek, Arizona
The wild west town of Cave Creek was settled in the 1870's by miners, ranchers and cattleman, but did not incorporate until 1986, and as the local Creekers would say, still wild after all these years. Today many people visit Frontier Town, an 1880'
This world-class gallery, located in the Los Tiendas Shoppes, exhibits the award-winning and extremely deep and meaningful Expressionist paintings by Steven DeWitt Perrin.
The gallery offers original fine art, limited edition giclees, archive-quality prints, notecard gift sets with the artists'
Spur Cross Ranch is the newest addition to Maricopa County's Regional Park System. As of January, 2001, this 2,100 acre ranch has been designated a "Limited use public recreation and conservation area,"
Hiking trails, camping, and RV hookups are available at the Cave Creek Recreation Area.
The Go John Loop Trailhead - From Phoenix take Cave Creek Road north to left on Carefree Highway. Turn right on 32