Long Meadows Ranch $$-$$$$|
John Henline -
LONG MEADOWS RANCH
Long Meadows Ranch is located approximately 20 miles northwest of Prescott, Arizona in Williamson Valley and in the
shadow of Granite Mountain. The west and south borders of the Horse Community adjoin the Prescott National Forest.
We enjoy the amenities of Prescott but have access to the 800,000 plus acres of the forest.
This Horse Community comprises approximately 2500 acres and contains 66 home sites or parcels. A number of
residents own more than one parcel. The largest home site or ranch in the community is approximately 150 acres and
the smallest is 36 acres. No lot splits smaller than 36 acres are allowed.
There is a resident deer heard of about 20 animals and are frequently visited by large herds of antelope, and of
course coyotes and jack rabbits are also permanent residents. There are occasional sightings of mountain lion and
javelina. Bird sightings include but are certainly not limited to: migrating waterfowl, Gamble's Quail and
roadrunners. Orioles and gold finches along with several varieties of humming birds are in abundance at
Our elevation is 4700 feet and, therefore, have four mild seasons. This is the high desert - average rainfall for
us is between 8" and 10" per year. due to the lack of rainfall pasture maintainence is a high priority.
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