Where to dine
Camp Verde offers a wide variety of dining opportunities, from quaint cafes and family-owned bistros to nationwide chain restaurants and fast food venues. Whether you are looking for fantastic Mexican food, a Chinese buffet or old-fashioned mesquite smoked barbecue, you will find something to satisfy your craving. The town is also experiencing a recent influx of craft brewing and wine tasting venues.
Agriculturally-focused tourism plays an important role in Camp Verde’s community and economy. From the community’s Spring Heritage Pecan and Wine Festival to the town’s numerous roadside vegetable stands, Camp Verde attracts visitors who want to experience the state’s freshest sweet corn and largest pecans.
Open from around the Fourth of July to Labor Day weekend, Hauser’s Verde Valley sweet corn draws people from throughout the region.
Taste test our Pecans against any other and you will see why people from one end of our great country to the other have chosen Summer Place Pecan Farm as their cyber-store for hometown goodness!
Microbreweries and Wine Tastings
The Verde Valley is home to numerous wineries and microbreweries. In Camp Verde, we are lucky to have two new wineries and a microbrewery all in driving distance to downtown.
Clear Creek Vineyard and Winery, home of Rio Claro Wines, is a must-stop for any wine lover. It is an easy access right off the Highway 260, about 7 miles east of the I-17/260 interchange. Taste 6 wines for only $7.
Salt Mine Wine is a small family-owned vineyard and winery in Camp Verde, Arizona. Nestled in among pecan groves, pastures, small farms and roadside produce stands Salt Mine Wine specialize in growing Italian varietals such as Malvasia Bianca and Sangiovese. They are open 12-5pm Saturdays and holidays.
Verde Brewing is a local craft brewery brewing craft beers with local sourced ingredients and unique flavors.