Luna Vista Bed and Breakfast

1062 East Reay Road, Camp Verde, Arizona, 86335, United States | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on 1062 East Reay Road, Camp Verde, is near Montezuma Castle National Monument, Cliff Castle Casino, Beaver Creek Golf Resort, and Copper Canyone Tours.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Luna Vista Bed and Breakfast Camp Verde

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    Travel Blogs from Camp Verde

    Montezuma's Castle and African wildlife park

    A travel blog entry by thewalshes on Jul 13, 2014

    44 photos

    Awesome day all around. We spent the morning visiting Montezumas Castle in Cape Verde Arizona and then visited a wonderful rescue wildlife park in the afternoon.
    Montezuma's Castle is a 600 year old housing complex built into the rock face.
    Montezuma's Castle has nothing to do with the historical figure that we all know as Montezuma. It was thought to be related to the Aztecs by the first discovers who named it after ...

    Wind again??

    A travel blog entry by psandefur on Apr 22, 2014

    4 comments, 29 photos

    Well we had been in Phoenix long enough that we knew our way around, Routes 101, 102, 87, etc. and we had enough heat so we decided to head north. We climbed up in altitude and in fact it was about 5 miles up and only 1 mile down so we are at a higher altitude. This time there were runaway ramps on the downside (parts of Rockies don't have them) As we headed north the topography changed we got more grass (not green but white) and as we continued we got green trees ...

    Water and leeches

    A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 23, 2014

    19 photos

    ... the pic of it, you'll understand why.

    We hike back out and over the back of the hill where the water off the top of the well exits the channel in the mountain and was routed for the indian's crops. It's nice and cool there and the abundant water has caused some major growth in the trees surrounding the spring. At the exit, in the middle of the desert, are two of the largest Sycamore trees in the state of Arizona. They are hundreds ...

    Held by the Apache

    A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 22, 2014

    15 photos

    ... have at least one.

    We head out from there, with about 90 mins. to go before we stop for the day. We head on over the mountains and arrive at our destination. We are staying as guest of the Yavapai-Apache nation, on the reservation. We are staying beside an old indian travel route that the Apache call "Interstate 17", in the Apache camping area......called an RV resort. Across the old travel route from us is the livelihood for ...

    Seeing Sedona in Pink! ;)

    A travel blog entry by bugsy.4271 on Jul 12, 2013

    43 photos

    ... rain calmed down(which took over a half hour) before heading back to the resort.

    Back at the resort I decided to kick back and relax before heading to the shopping plaza which is just south of the resort and had dinner at the Spotted Donkey, a restaurant serving Mexican food. Everyone at the resort recommended and I can see why. Very good food and service. It was a great way to end my second to last night in ...