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Located in the heart of Arizona, Sedona charms people’s hearts with its breathtaking panoramic scenery, mild climate, blue sky, red rock mountains on all sides, and beautiful sunsets. Situated only 15 minutes away from Rio Verde RV Park, Sedona is one of Arizona’s premier tourism, recreation, resort, arts, cultural, and retirement centers.

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Camp Verde’s central location, along with its temperate year-around climate, abundant outdoor recreational opportunities, and bucolic setting on the banks of the Verde River, make it one of Arizona’s premier tourist destinations. Camp Verde  and the surrounding Verde Valley offers numerous venues for visitors interested in history and cultural heritage, boating, hiking, biking, wine tasting, or just taking in the landscape. 



Historic Old Town Cottonwood is a town within a town, with its own quaint character and colorful 20th century Old West past. (It was a bootlegging center and a popular movie location!) Its well-preserved architectural heritage has won it a place on the National Register of Historic Places.



Perched on the side of Cleopatra Hill in the Mingus Mountains, Jerome was the third-largest city in Arizona during mining’s heyday, known far and wide for its wild saloons and raucous inhabitants. With sweeping views of the entire Verde Valley, today’s Jerome welcomes history buffs and art lovers alike with its handmade feel and variety of wonderful restaurants, charming lodging and dozens of eclectic, artistic shops. 



Arizona's first "planned community" in the heart of the Verde Valley, Clarkdale was founded as a modern copper-smelting company town for the employees of the mines in Jerome and their families. Ahead of its time, Clarkdale boasted underground utilities, sewers, paved streets, stylish homes, and a thriving commercial center. Experience beautiful Town Park with its iconic gazebo, the focal point for family-friendly free events throughout the year.

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Located in the high country mountains of northern Arizona, Flagstaff's four seasons are enviable. Summer is met with sapphire blue skies and crisp mountain air, while winter snow awaits in Arizona's Winter Wonderland. Fall in Flagstaff gifts visitors with a panoramic canvas of reds and purples, while spring offers breathtaking beauty of blooms in the world's largest contiguous Ponderosa pine forest.

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