Cave Creek

It’s not often you can find a town like  Cave Creek,  Arizona that has preserved its wild west character so well after more than 100 years especially when its located so close to rapidly growing cities like Scottsdale and Phoenix.  But Cave Creek, established as a gold mining town and stopping point for the U.S. Cavalry in the mid 1870s, is not like most other towns.   While most of the buildings built in the 1800s are probably gone, many that are standing have been there longer than anyone can remember and are reminiscent of what things looked like in the Wild West so long ago.

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