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Cave Creek, Arizona

SuiteNet provides, through its members, extended stay and temporary corporate housing in furnished short-term apartments and corporate suites in Cave Creek, Arizona. The following is a list of extended stay and temporary corporate housing providers in Cave Creek:

The Lodging Team at Cave Creek

The Lodging Team at Cave Creek

29862 N Tatum Boulevard, Cave Creek 85331

The Lodging Team's Cave Creek apartment community offers 1, 2 and 3 bedroom corporate apartments. With rental rates lower than most hotels, The Lodging Team’s guests enjoy... more information

Cave Creek, Arizona City Info

The Town of Cave Creek (Arizona) is located in northern Maricopa County and is bounded by Maricopa County to the north, Phoenix to the west and south, Carefree to the east and Scottsdale to the southeast. The Town encompasses approximately 31 square miles.

Cave Creek was named for the small stream that rises in the hills to the northeast and flows southwesterly for 25 miles. While not a large or impressive stream by non-desert standards, it remains a perennial flow which makes it unique in the area as one of the last remaining spring-fed year-round streams in Maricopa County. The stream itself was purportedly named from a high, overhanging bluff along its west bank that forms a wide, open cavern about two miles north of the present day Cave Creek. People have taken shelter within this 'cave' for centuries. A bloddy skirmish occurred within the cave between Apache Indians and U.S. Troops in 1873. The cave and the surrounding acreage is now protected and under the watchful eye of the Desert Foothills Land Trust.

Cave Creek and the surrounding area is rich in archaeological finds. Many petroglyphs and pictographs are to be found by the knowledgeable observer moving carefully through the desert. Dozens of prehistoric sites have been discovered, and many have been mercilessly plundered. However, many more remain undisturbed. Because of the extensive vandalism of archaeological sites, Cave Creek.info will not publish the location of them beyond those already protected. One unique site that has been lovingly preserved and even revered remains at the Boulder House, actually in Carefree.

During the 1400's, bands of Apache Indians began drifting into the area. Soon, the Apaches spread throughout the State. They brought with them different lifestyles than the Hohokams. Instead of farming, the Apaches lived by hunting, gathering, and raiding.

The Spanish explorers arrived in the 1500's in search of gold and silver. They found the area not to their liking, perhaps encouraged to dislike it by the Apaches, and their impact on the Cave Creek vicinity was minimal.

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