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the Verde Valley"
Camp Verde, located in
the geographical center of Arizona, is an interesting and economical stop when
planning your next trip or considering relocation. Camp Verde, the oldest
settlement in the Verde Valley, settled in February 1865 and is the home of a
historic military post, Fort Verde State Park. August 1865, Fort Verde was
built as protection for the settlers against Indian raids.
Still a rural farming
and western ranching community, you will find our town friendly and
Our weather is beautifully unique, being at 3147
feet elevation and surrounded by mountains. The mountains shelter us and the
summer rains make our valley green and lush. In fact, verde is the Spanish name
for green. While you are here, you can enjoy our many outdoor activities, such
as horseback riding, van tours, fishing, canoeing, hiking and camping. A
complete calendar of events is available upon request.
Camp Verde has a wide
variety of clubs, civic organizations, churches, and a very active senior
center. Within our town limits are three Indian Reservations and an Indian
owned Casino and Visitor Center. We have lodging accommodations including
motels, RV parks and genuine pitch-a-tent camping. A wide variety of
restaurants serve up choices including country cooking, Mexican and Chinese
food, and traditional western fare.
Incorporated in 1986,
Camp Verde covers approximately 46 square miles and is the southernmost town in
the Verde Valley. Other towns and settlements in the Valley include Clarkdale,
Cornville, Cottonwood, Jerome, Lake Montezuma, McGuireville, Page Springs and
Rimrock. Located just north of Verde Valley is Oak Creek Canyon, home of Sedona
and the Village of Oak Creek.
Camp Verde is located
in the Verde Valley in northern Arizona only about 100 miles north of Phoenix,
Arizona. Is is about 40 miles from Flagstaff, 26 miles from
Jerome, 50 miles from
miles from Cottonwood, 20 miles from
Sedona and about 24 miles from
You can even make a day trip to the
Grand Canyon from