Cliff Castle Casino Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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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We were going to take a one day road trip up toward the middle of Arizona, but somehow it got lengthened into a four day road trip. The beauty of this Smarty car is you can travel a couple of thousand miles (which we did), and stay under $100 for gas. Amazing.
So, since we've see all the back roads of southern California, we decided to …
... peter takes his photo for him and he says there is a way through the arch but the stone is really slippery and he's going back. We of course carry on, it doesn't look too bad compared to what we've already done - wrong! The stone has worn really shiny and is so slippery and when we come to a huge rock that we have to get down the only way is backwards, trying to find foot and finger holes - really don't want to break anything this year. ...
... a sign warning that trucks over 50' weren't allowed. Bob didn't notice the sign and I thought "well, I don't know how long we are but we aren't a 'truck'".
Well - let's just say there was a good reason for the length restriction and a very good thing that Bob is an EXCELLENT driver. The road was narrow, steep and switchbacked with high cliffs on one side and ...
... the ruins in the 1860s, by then long-abandoned, they named them for the famous Aztec emperor Montezuma in the mistaken belief that he had been connected to their construction (see also Montezuma mythology).
... previously stood are several
buildings making up the hacienda style complex of Verde Canyon Railroad.
Markers 38 to 18 identifies the distance covers along the Verde Canyon Railroad.
Milepost 37 (picture) has Sinagua cliff dwellings that cling to the walls of the canyon almost half way up the cliff. There are remains of visible soot from cooking fires the likely location of living ...