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Jerome Clarkdale Cottonwood Camp Verde Yavapai Apache Nation Sedona


Dramatically perched on Mingus Mountain, Jerome offers stunning views. The town boasts fine art and craft galleries, tasting rooms for local wineries, mining museums, historical buildings, ghost and garden tours and more.

Tucked between Jerome’s shops and galleries are restaurants, bars, tasting rooms and cafés offering regional flavors and fare. Specialties range from freshly-flown-in seafood to barbecue and southwest-inspired Mexican dishes.

Jerome is a mile-high copper mining camp turned artist haven.


Situated on Historic 89A between Sedona and Jerome, Clarkdale offers an escape from crowds and a journey into small town charm. Enjoy Clarkdale’s award-winning craft wineries and breweries. Local eateries offer French, Belgian, Mexican, and American specialties. Explore the natural beauty of Sycamore Canyon and the Verde River on a train or kayak adventure. Hike, bike or stroll through historic downtown where you’ll find the Copper Art Museum and historic architecture on Main Street. Round out your day visiting Tuzigoot National Monument, a thousand-year-old hilltop pueblo overlooking breathtaking views of the desert landscapes below.


Located in the 'heart' of Arizona and the heart of wine country, Cottonwood is ideally situated above the heat of the desert and below the cooler temperatures of Arizona’s high country. Surrounded by the red rocks of Sedona to the northeast and Mingus Mountain to the southwest, its lower elevation makes it a perfect spot for your next Arizona adventure. In Cottonwood, you'll find something for everyone and be welcome at every turn.

Explore the Verde Valley Wine Trail with tasting rooms dotting Old Town Cottonwood, explore Dead Horse Ranch State Park, grab a local brew and sit outside, pull up a seat at Northern Arizona’s best dinner with a show at the Blazin’ M Ranch. In Cottonwood, the opportunities for family fun and adventure are endless. Visit Cottonwood and enjoy the Heart of Arizona Wine Country and so much more!

Camp Verde

Camp Verde is rich in history from ancient cultures to western tales. With our central location along interstate I-17, with its temperate year-round climate, abundant outdoor recreational opportunities, beautiful dark skies, make Camp Verde one of Arizona’s finest tourist destinations. Camp Verde is the center of wine country in Northern Arizona with over 150 varieties of wine bottled in our town borders as well as some of the finest wineries in the State. Camp Verde hosts over 15 trails for hiking, equestrian, and off-road vehicles among some of the most idyllic landscapes in the Verde Valley. The richly watered Verde Valley of Central Arizona has served as the breadbasket for humans for over 2,000 years and continues to produce a wide variety of locally grown products like fruits, vegetables, beef, pecans, and grains. Among mountains and green hills, Camp Verde is a small town with a big heart in the center of one of the most naturally beautiful areas in the country. A stones throw away from Sedona, Cottonwood, Clarkdale, and Jerome, Camp Verde is truly the center of it all!

Yavapai Apache Nation

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.


Sedona sits about 100 miles south of one of the seven natural wonders of the world – the Grand Canyon. Despite the small town charm of Sedona, Red Rock Country is surprisingly large, as it is surrounded by 1.8 million acres of national forest land and buttressed by four wilderness areas and two state parks. There’s so much more to see if you only know where to look. A wild country of mountains and mesas and sprawling valleys is spread beneath blue skies and an endless supply of sunshine. This is a land held sacred by Native Americans and where cowboys once rode. Red stone formations create a haunting skyline found nowhere else in the world. This is where Arizona keeps the Old West. And this is where a New West has evolved, as a haven for artists, a center of spiritual health and enlightenment, and an epic playground for outdoor enthusiasts.