Quality Inn - Cottonwood

301 West State Route 89-A, Cottonwood, Arizona, 86326, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 301 West State Route 89-A, Cottonwood, is near Verde Canyon Railroad, Tuzigoot National Monument, Dead Horse Ranch State Park, and Verde Santa Fe Golf Course.
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    A couple days in Sedona

    A travel blog entry by clendenens on Apr 16, 2014

    16 photos

    ... Red Rock State Park and it was pretty much on our way, so we planned to stop there, have a picnic, and plan out our stay. Well, when we got to the gate, we found out they didn't allow pets in the park at all, so we made a precarious turn around with the camper (it didn't look like we could possibly fit) and drove on.

    I made the mistake of thinking that the Arizona Tourist Center we found would have room for RVs to park. We ended up turning onto ...


    A travel blog entry by jonmatters on Jul 11, 2013

    1 comment, 44 photos

    ... walls. There are ruins on both sides of the canyon, so I wonder how they got together to visit each other.

    Well, today I head northeast toward southeastern Utah in the Moab area. After that, I think I’ll head to northwestern New Mexico before seeing Colorado. There are so many things to see in this Four Corners area that it will probably take me about a month. God, this vacation is taking ...

    Alexis Birthday! Montezuma's Castle and Well

    A travel blog entry by dolestrada on Jun 10, 2013

    48 photos

    ... 3 miles from the Castle. Another amazing visual. This is a limestone sink (hole) formed by the collapse of an immense underground cavern. It is a huge hole called a well, very similar to Zenotes that we saw in Mexico. Springs feed water into the well. Again there are dwelling ruins indicating that the Sinagua People built dwellings within the cliff walls of the well. These ruins are not as intact as the ...

    The Birds, Bees, and Now The Bears Too!

    A travel blog entry by patry on Jun 09, 2013

    19 photos

    ... park where we were staying to just relax and catch up with Gran and Gramps. They motored down to Arizona quite quickly so they could spend more time with us, so they were ready for some down time and so were we.

    The boys had fun climbing trees and we did some fishing at the lagoon. We caught 5 small fish that had to be thrown back. The kids don't mind if we can't ...

    Sedona Jeep Riding

    A travel blog entry by zolina on May 29, 2013

    39 photos

    ... s actually the bottom red sandstone that is exposed in Sedona and creates all of the red rock formations.

    The other interesting thing about Oak Creek Canyon was that it was created by a fault and one side of it was much lower in total height. The lower side had the same rock layers, they had just been shifted down, so that only the Kaibab limestone and Coconino sandstone were exposed in the canyon. And, they had even been covered by a thick layer of basalt on top from a more ...