Tag Archives: Verde Valley

Northern Arizona Beyond the Grand Canyon

Although Arizona is synonymous with the Grand Canyon National Park, there is so much more for RVers to explorer and discover. Most people have heard of the beautiful red rock monoliths of Sedona. But not as many have heard of … Continue reading

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Sedona Named Top Tourism Destination

Sedona, Arizona has been ranked as one of the Travelers’ Choice 2013 Top 25 Destinations in the United States. Coming in at lucky 13, Sedona is pleased with the abundance of positive feedback and awe-inspiring reaction of both long time visitors … Continue reading

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Arizona State Parks Employ Homeless Veterans as Rangers

A program that has been launched in Arizona, working in partnership with a host of public and private agencies, is putting homeless veterans to work. The program is called the Arizona Action Plan to End Homelessness Among Veterans. Employing the … Continue reading

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An Oasis for Wildlife: Dead Horse Ranch State Park

Just a 20-minute drive outside of Sedona (Arizona), in the heart of Cottonwood, is Dead Horse Ranch State Park, a 423-acre outdoor oasis. Dead Horse Ranch is a camping mecca for nature lovers in the heart of Verde Valley. Located … Continue reading

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Five Things You Need to Know Today: March 9

Since I like things to come in fives (and tens), here are five things YOU need to know TODAY! 1. RV Catches Fire in Texas A man and a woman were temporarily stranded in Beaumont, Texas, Tuesday (March 6) after … Continue reading

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Crooked Water: Tuzigoot National Monument

For thousands of years, Verde Valley has been a human melting pot. Hunters and gatherers came first, searching for wild game and grasses. Traders followed, digging salt and minerals, and then settlers farming the fertile bottomlands. Perched atop a ridge … Continue reading

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Red Rock Country: Driving Schnebly Hill Road

Exploring Sedona’s beautiful red rock country on dirt roads is a time-honored tradition. Guided jeep tours are a popular means of exploring rugged canyons, visiting remote Indian ruins, and taking in fantastic scenery. You can also rent a jeep, or … Continue reading

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Red Rock Country: Sedona

Sedona is an Arizona destination not to be missed—a must-see wonders. Sedona easily makes the “A” list of RV destinations in the U.S. due to its rugged western appeal and colorful rock formations. Tourists come from around the world to … Continue reading

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Drive Oak Creek Canyon, AZ

Oak Creek Canyon, just outside Sedona, is a spectacular and diverse riparian area and the state’s second most popular canyon. Towering vermilion and cream walls rise out of a lush green canopy, creating spectacular beauty, with vistas in every direction. … Continue reading

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Ancient Desert Water Hole: Montezuma Well, AZ

Montezuma Well is a detached unit of Montezuma Castle National Monument located approximately 11 miles north of the park. It’s not actually a well and has nothing to do with Montezuma but being wrongly named doesn’t detract at all from … Continue reading

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