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Cave Creek is located in Arizona. Cave Creek, Arizona has a population of 5,041.
The median household income in Cave Creek, Arizona is $75,458. The median household income for the surrounding county is $54,385 compared to the national median of $53,046. The median age of people living in Cave Creek is 50.6 years.
Cave Creek Weather
The average high temperature in July is 102 degrees, with an average low temperature in January of 40.5 degrees. The average rainfall is approximately 13 inches per year, with 0.1 inches of snow per year. No weather information available.
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About Cave Creek
Located 36 miles north of downtown Phoenix, Cave Creek began as a bustling mining town in the 1880s. Primarily a residential area with heavy emphasis on resort-style living and low density development, the community is supported mostly by retail and commercial businesses. Cave Creek is also known for its rustic shops, saloons and cowboy cafes lining the main street, along with antique shops, Native American crafts, and the Black Mountain Brewing Company - famous for Crazy Ed's Original Cave Creek Chili Beer.
Activities and Attractions
Frontier Town, a re-creation of an Old West town, and Cave Creek Museum are great ways to check out the local history. You can find anything from spurs to crafts to custom jewelry by local artists at Los Portales Mall, a replica of a Spanish village. The landmark Cave Creek Mistress Mine is a step back in time to an 1883 gold mine. There are many opportunities to hike and camp in nearby Cave Creek Recreation Area, Black Mountain and Tonto National Forest. The Seven Springs Campgrounds has an exhibit of antique mining tools and equipment. The annual Fiesta Days Rodeo and Parade down Cave Creek's main street draws visitors from around the state.
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