Start with scenery that makes your heart leap and stay for all the rest we offer. Sedona nestles among a geological wonderland. When USA Weekend compiled their Most Beautiful Places in America list, Sedona claimed the top spot.
The Village of Oak Creek, known by locals as “the Village”, was once a sleepy little retirement community, but today it’s one of the fastest growing areas of Sedona, complete with three golf courses, several new subdivisions and resort hotels.
Wildlife is abundant within the park with sightings occurring regularly. Mule deer, javelina, coyotes, and bobcats are all commonly seen by visitors throughout the year, as well as a wide variety of birds. Blacktail rattlesnakes are seen on occasion during the warmer months as well as tarantulas and lizards.
Clarkdale’s original homes still stand today, most of which are lovingly restored or rejuvenated. Experience beautiful Town Park with its iconic gazebo, the focal point for family-friendly free events and concerts throughout the year. Some events even spill onto Main Street where residents and visitors alike enjoy a fun time hosted by the Clarkdale Downtown Business Alliance and others.
It's unincorporated, but it's been around a while. Cornville's post office was established in 1887, though there was apparently a mix up about the name of the community. Pioneering families had submitted the name of Cohnville, but Washington sent back the name as Cornville, and the settlers settled for it.
A quiet, safe place to raise your children, with a small town atmosphere, a friendly relaxed, no-pressure way of life where practically everyone knows each other. Additionally, we have wide-open spaces, the Verde river, a mild 4-season climate and panoramic views from the vistas above our valley.
Spend a few hours and discover the incredible legacy of an ancient people at Montezuma Castle National Monument.
Here, history comes back to life as you witness the incredible legacy of a people who struggled to survive in the Verde Valley 1,000 years ago.
Rimrock is a populated place situated in Yavapai County, Arizona, about 12 miles southeast of Cornville on Beaver Creek. It has an estimated elevation of 3,592 feet above sea level. It is named after a long rim rock along the creek.
Jerome is a town in central Arizona. The Mine Museum explores Jerome's history as a booming copper-mining town. Jerome State Historic Park is home to Douglas Mansion, built in 1916 by a mining magnate. Nearby, Audrey Headframe Park has a glass viewing platform over a 1918 mine shaft. Art galleries and small wineries dot the downtown area.
There may be circumstances that would be considered outside of the Sedona Valley, however, because of travel time it would be exceptional.