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19th Annual Drum Circle Facilitators Guild Conference

March 1-3, 2024 - Prescott, Arizona

Prescott Resort and Conference Center, Prescott, Arizona (USA)

The Prescott Resort and Conference Center is the only full-service resort with awe-inspiring views in Prescott, Arizona. Between serene spa treatment rooms, a charming coffee shop, an indoor pool perfect for all season swimming and a restaurant with spectacular views, our resort offers a unique stay in a stunning Arizona mountain top setting.


Prescott Resort and Conference Center offers 160 comfortable guest rooms and suites, each featuring its own private outdoor balcony with breathtaking views of the mountainous Southwestern landscape. Rest up for your next adventure in tranquil accommodations complete with essential amenities and inspired artwork.

Conference room rates at the Prescott Resort and Conference Center

1500 East State Route 69
Prescott, AZ 86301

 Room Type

 Single/Double Triple Quad

Deluxe King Room

 $125 $145 $165

Deluxe two Queen room

 $125 $145 $165

King Suite

 $145 $165 $185

Two Queen Suite

 $145 $165 $185

+Tax and fees of 12.35% (subject to change at any time)

How to make reservations

Call:   800-967-4637 and identify as the part of the

Drum Circle Facilitators Guild

To receive the conference rates reservations MUST be made by February 9th, 2024.

DCFG cannot guarantee rooms or rate availability after

February 5th, 2024.

About the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe

The Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe has lived in central and western Arizona for hundreds of years. With roots in the deserts of the Southwest, the tribe is known for its exceptional basket weaving. The flag of the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe even includes a unique basket design. While small in numbers, the tribe continues to abide by a thriving culture of respect for tradition.

Now residing in the rolling hills of Prescott, the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe is made up of approximately 159 members. In the past, the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe looked to timber, mining, and agriculture as an economic base. Today, the tribe pursues various business enterprises, such as those found at Prescott Resort.

Our Northern Arizona Resort’s Story

The Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe’s meaningful heritage, culture, and customs inspire each detail of Prescott Resort. From the beautiful artwork showcased in the lobby to the symbols found throughout our guest rooms, the story of Prescott Resort is rooted in the rich tradition of the tribe.

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