About Wickenburg, AZ
Wickenburg is a town in Maricopa and Yavapai counties, Arizona.
Its population is 7,474 people as of the 2020 census, with a total area of 26.52 square miles.
It was founded in 1863 and named after Henry Wickenburg, a German immigrant who discovered the Vulture Mine, which produced over $30 million in gold.
Today, Wickenburg is known as the "Team Roping Capital of the World" and hosts several yearly rodeo events.
It may also boast clean air, wide-open space, team roping, ranches, tourism, outdoor adventure, and the medical sector.