Planning Your Trip

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Wednesday, May 10: Field Trips will occur concurrently throughout the Verde Valley. Please view all field trip schedule information on The Verde River: State of the Watershed Registration Page, under “Schedule,” “Wednesday, May 10.”

Thursday, May 11: The Verde River: State of the Watershed Conference will be held at the Clark Memorial Clubhouse, 19 N. Ninth St., Clarkdale, Arizona 86324

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FROM:  Tuzigoot River Access Point (RAP), Clarkdale: 5 minutes

Tuzigoot National Monument, Clarkdale: 5 minutes

USFS Verde Ranger Station Office, Camp Verde: 35 minutes

Red Rock Ranger Station Office, Sedona:  40 minutes

Sedona Wetlands, West Sedona: 25 minutes

Page Springs Fish Hatchery, Page Springs: 25 minutes

Prescott Creeks Office, Prescott: 75 minutes

Camp Verde, AZ: 35 minutes

Cottonwood, AZ: 10 minutes

Prescott, AZ: 80 minutes

Flagstaff, AZ: 80 minutes

Phoenix, AZ: 110 minutes


Support local businesses in the Verde Valley, and One for the Verde partners by planning your stay with these lodging locations:

Iron Horse Inn

The Ocotillo House

Other local lodging in the Sedona-Verde Valley region can be found at the Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce’s Lodging website; and the Visit Sedona website.


Arizona State Parks’ Dead Horse State Park offers some of the finest camping in the Verde Valley, and is a quick 10 minute drive to Clarkdale, AZ. Campsites require advance reservations, please visit the Dead Horse State Park website.

Prescott National Forest: The Verde Ranger District offers campsites in the Verde Valley (including nearby Camp Verde, and the Verde River), while the Bradshaw Ranger District offers campsites an hour West of the Verde Valley, near Prescott, AZ.

Coconino National Forest: The Red Rock Ranger District offers campsites near Sedona, many of which require advance reservation. To reserve a campsite with the Red Rock Ranger District, visit the USFS Redrock Campgrounds website.



The Sedona-Verde Valley is one of the most highly ranked tourist destinations in the world, and is featured on National Geographic’s Geotourism website, at 
National Geographic and its partners are committed to celebrating local culture, enhancing sustainable economic opportunities, and promoting conservation. We welcome you to explore the site and encourage you to check out our interactive mapupcoming events, and local restaurant recommendations to make the most out of your stay.