Prescott Valley Crossroads of the West

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Prescott Valley Crossroads of the West

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March 19-20, 2022
9 to 5 Saturday
9 to 4 Sunday
3201 North Main Street, Prescott Valley, AZ


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I had to stop going because although the venue is ADA compliant, the show isn't. I tried going to this show years ago but got tired of saying "excuse me, excuse me, EXCUSE ME!" as I tried to get past the tables with my walker. Not anyone's fault, it's just one of those crowded events that can't be negotiated if you are disabled.
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PP, I have been several times there to the Toyota Center. I would've thought you could easily navigate with a full-on scooter, let alone a walker. Plenty of room. Are you sure you're not referring to some older venue?
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pneuby wrote: March 18th, 2022, 6:49 pm PP, I have been several times there to the Toyota Center. I would've thought you could easily navigate with a full-on scooter, let alone a walker. Plenty of room. Are you sure you're not referring to some older venue?
It was definitely at the Toyota Center but it was in the heyday of gun shows; lots of people crowding the aisles. I could not even approach the tables to see what they were selling. It sounds like I should maybe try again. Thanks for your observations.
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Is the big ammo seller Miwall there? They often have gun powder too?
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PP, that crush and rush has passed by. You would definitely have had room to maneuver. As I've noted before, there's deals to be had from those IN-LINE before they crack the doors open. Vendors inside, meh...same as any other show.
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pneuby wrote: March 20th, 2022, 7:56 am PP, that crush and rush has passed by. You would definitely have had room to maneuver. As I've noted before, there's deals to be had from those IN-LINE before they crack the doors open. Vendors inside, meh...same as any other show.
Thank you. I live in Prescott so I will try again when the next show comes to town. I also remember shows in Cottonwood and Camp Verde years ago, so I will watch for those too. Thank you for your observations. :D :clap:
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should be raining really hard on Saturday so be careful traveling....
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I hear you on it would be a pita with a walker. It's worse than old people in Walmart blocking up the isle in there. They just stop in the middle not off to the side so rude. I usually have my kids and I'm sure to tell them "quit standing in the middle of the isle like old people in Walmart" most still don't get the clue. As for deals well the vendors get first crack before the doors open. Still find an odd ball thing here and there. Parking is free so that is a plus.
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You have to view it as a 'get outta the heat' excursion. Perhaps hit Rock Springs Cafe for breakfast on the way IN, and Casa Perez for lunch on the way out of PV.
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