Sycamore Cabin

Address: FS ROAD 68, Camp Verde, Arizona, 86322, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on FS ROAD 68, Camp Verde, is near Montezuma Castle National Monument, Cliff Castle Casino, Fort Verde State Park, and Verde River.
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      Travel Blogs from Camp Verde

      Payson to Camp Verde 60 miles

      A travel blog entry by jan-pete-cycle on Feb 10, 2015

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... again then he has to drive off as he forgot the ice but slips his gun in the back of her trousers so she'll be safe while he's gone!! She then tells us she's moved here from Phoenix to help her parents & she's earning minimum wage in the dollar store nothing like she earned back in Phoenix. She shows us a swing that's hanging over the creek that they were going to swing off and fall into the water, naked, just before we arrived. She ...

      Oops - are we on the wrong road?

      A travel blog entry by knightc on Nov 08, 2014

      9 photos

      ... then stopped for pizza, wings and beer before making camp.

      The campground is operated by an Indian band and has a casino across the road. It doesn't have much greenery, but the spots are paved and designed for big rigs. There was a pot luck going on in the hall when we arrived. It seems there are a lot of long term people here.

      Tomorrow we will explore the area.

      Sedona Reunion

      A travel blog entry by diane12 on Apr 28, 2014

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... As we amble on to the gate, they quickly rush us on to another flight because of deteriorating conditions. Luckily our friends didn't mind waiting for us.

      We finally were able to get the car load 8 pieces of luggage and 6 people and off to Sedona. We arrived and it was surprisingly cool ...

      Wind again??

      A travel blog entry by psandefur on Apr 22, 2014

      4 comments, 29 photos

      ... from 10-13000 years ago. These people were here the same time the Hohokums who we visited in Phoenix. These people also disappeared about the same time and they feel like it could have been due to drought. When they were excavating in the 30s they used a lot of local Indians. Since there were burial sites being disturbed they stopped in order to save the Indian culture. The NPS will no longer disturb ancient burial sites and they have also changed excavation ...

      Alternative Arizona

      A travel blog entry by farnie10 on Sep 15, 2013

      4 photos

      ... that! The main street of Sedona seemed equal parts tour companies and aura readings.... It had a chilled kind of vibe that reminded me a bit of Byron Bay - complete with the gourmet food bent. I was not complaining that night as we sat around our campfire eating Brie and drinking bubbles! Our camp site was a few miles north of Sedona, nestled in Oak Creek Canyon and was a great spot for us check out some cool ...