Camp Verde – Camp Verde is located in the heart of Arizona and is the only gateway to Arizona’s two wild and scenic rivers. Located less than an hour from Phoenix, Flagstaff, Prescott, and Payson, Camp Verde is the valley’s oldest frontier settlement. A must-visit for adventurers and history buffs alike, Camp Verde is the perfect place to hike, bike, kayak, and visit the Out of Africa Wildlife Park and Cliff Castle Casino.

Clarkdale – An adventure for everyone – from riding the rails and floating along the Verde River to strolling through history.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Clarkdale, located on historic State Route 89A, provided housing and services for the employees of the United Verde Copper Company. Founded in 1912 as an original “company town”, Clarkdale’s history remains alive through stories, artifacts, buildings and the land.

Cottonwood – A hot spot for wine and food lovers.
Cottonwood has something for everyone. Whether you are looking to venture out into the great outdoors to explore our beautiful state parks or ranch life, or looking to visit some of our local historical sites, Cottonwood has it all.

Jerome – A mile-high copper mining camp turned artist haven.
Once a thriving 19th-century mining camp, tiny, artsy Jerome is a haven of artist studios, restaurants and shops, historical sites, eclectic inns and B&Bs.

Sedona – An exciting blend of adventure hub and luxe resort.
Located two hours north of Phoenix, and 30 miles south of the Flagstaff peaks, Sedona’s mild four-season climate and high desert terrain assure good year-round weather for vacationers and outdoor enthusiasts. Oak Creek Canyon, a spectacular 16-mile gorge with streams and waterfalls between sheer rock walls, beckons hikers, campers and fishermen. It has been termed by Rand McNally as one of the eight most scenic drives in America.

Yavapai Apache – The Yavapai-Apache Nation is a sovereign Native American tribe from the Sedona Verde Valley. The Yavapai-Apache Tribal Administration Complex, Tribal Court, Council Chambers, and Cliff Castle Casino are located on the reservation in Camp Verde, about 90 miles north of Phoenix and 40 miles south of Flagstaff, along Interstate 17. The reservation spans 665 acres in the four communities of Camp Verde, Middle Verde, Clarkdale and Rimrock.

Camp Verde – Camp Verde is located in the heart of Arizona and is the only gateway to Arizona’s two wild and scenic rivers. Located less than an hour from Phoenix, Flagstaff, Prescott, and Payson, Camp Verde is the valley’s oldest frontier settlement. A must-visit for adventurers and history buffs alike, Camp Verde is the perfect place to hike, bike, kayak, and visit the Out of Africa Wildlife Park and Cliff Castle Casino.

Clarkdale – An adventure for everyone – from riding the rails and floating along the Verde River to strolling through history.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Clarkdale, located on historic State Route 89A, provided housing and services for the employees of the United Verde Copper Company. Founded in 1912 as an original “company town”, Clarkdale’s history remains alive through stories, artifacts, buildings and the land.

Cottonwood – A hot spot for wine and food lovers.
Cottonwood has something for everyone. Whether you are looking to venture out into the great outdoors to explore our beautiful state parks or ranch life, or looking to visit some of our local historical sites, Cottonwood has it all.

Jerome – A mile-high copper mining camp turned artist haven.
Once a thriving 19th-century mining camp, tiny, artsy Jerome is a haven of artist studios, restaurants and shops, historical sites, eclectic inns and B&Bs.

Sedona – An exciting blend of adventure hub and luxe resort.
Located two hours north of Phoenix, and 30 miles south of the Flagstaff peaks, Sedona’s mild four-season climate and high desert terrain assure good year-round weather for vacationers and outdoor enthusiasts. Oak Creek Canyon, a spectacular 16-mile gorge with streams and waterfalls between sheer rock walls, beckons hikers, campers and fishermen. It has been termed by Rand McNally as one of the eight most scenic drives in America.

Yavapai Apache – The Yavapai-Apache Nation is a sovereign Native American tribe from the Sedona Verde Valley. The Yavapai-Apache Tribal Administration Complex, Tribal Court, Council Chambers, and Cliff Castle Casino are located on the reservation in Camp Verde, about 90 miles north of Phoenix and 40 miles south of Flagstaff, along Interstate 17. The reservation spans 665 acres in the four communities of Camp Verde, Middle Verde, Clarkdale and Rimrock.