Cliff Castle Casino Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsCliff Castle Casino Hotel Camp Verde
Sure enjoyed a night at this place. Food was great, the hotel clean and comfortable. Very enjoyable travel stop
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TripAdvisor Reviews Cliff Castle Casino Hotel Camp Verde
Travel Blogs from Camp Verde
... towards the east and north. Later the Yavapai and Apache moved into he valley, and their descendants still live here today. We saw remains of cliff dwellings within our eyesight as we walked along the paths at this site. We were amazed to learn how they built their homes, high into the rock, several stories high. They have preserved many of the original plants that were used ...
... Nothing but grassy plains as far as the eye could see until finally a low building came into view which turned out to be a visitors’ center with no more than 2-3 cars parked in front. Clearly this was not a must see destination. I asked the ranger inside about a picnic area and he said that if we continued on the road, there would be 2 tables under a ramada a mile or two further along.
Homolovi, it turns out, was the location of a ...
... first, but less so after a bit. Allen later told us that about 25 people each year fall off - planned and accidental.
My little camera worked just fine. I could even zoom in on a mule train meandering the switchback trail, and the foot bridge crossing the Colorado River 2500 ft below at the base.
Allen had a headdress hidden in the bus, and posed secretly so Kevin, our ten year old tour mate could be impressed at his sighting. Nice ...
... to scramble over and climb up rocks, some I slip down on my butt as its easier, all the while the river is tumbling on, it's really beautiful and nobody about. On and on we go, it's getting a lot harder in some places but then we can see a huge cave to our right and ahead the natural stone arch with the waterfall pouring down, spectacular. There's an old guy there who has come down some steps the easy way to our right (that we don't know ...
... even with high cross winds. Fuel consumption has been pretty decent considering the hilly terrain and fighting the cross winds.
Fuel prices have been between $3.25 - $3.45 but we expect that to change once we get to California.
We will stay a couple days here in Camp Verde to take in some of the sites.
Hopefully we'll have something to post about tomorrow.