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Classic Arizona Road Trip: Phoenix To Sedona

For a glimpse of life as a frontier soldier, consider stopping at the Fort Verde State Historic Park in the nearby town of Camp Verde. The fort was the base for General George Crook’s U.S. Army scouts and soldiers in the 1870s and 1880s and has been well preserved over the decades…. Read more

The Charming Town Of Camp Verde, Arizona Is Picture-Perfect For A Weekend Getaway

If you are looking for something away from the more well-known spots, Camp Verde could be the place. This small town, located less than an hour from Phoenix, is nestled along the banks of the Verde River… Read more

AAA’s 7 Affordable Spring Break Spots in the West

There’s plenty to delight family members of all ages in Arizona’s lush Verde Valley. Along the Verde River, one of the Southwest’s last free flowing rivers, Camp Verde is about 90 miles north of Phoenix and approximately 5-10 degrees cooler… Read more

For More Than 65 Years, This Small Town Has Hosted The Longest-Running Homecoming Festival In Arizona

There’s something so charming about small-town life. With a population of approximately 12,000 residents, Camp Verde is a bit of a small town and certainly has that small-town feel. It’s also home to the longest-running homecoming festival in Arizona. For over 65 years, Fort Verde Days has been an important event for the Camp Verde community…. Read more