Super 8 Camp Verde
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Camp Verde
... vineyard. We were pleasantly surprised to get to attend their Zinfest, 2015. We tried several wines and some tasty BBQ before deciding to head back up the steep road --- this area is known for flash floods and road wash-outs because of all the steep hills/mountains. The rains came shortly after we got settled at our RV site. There were no flash floods, just some heavy but badly neede ...
"By the time I get to Phoenix she'll be rising
And she'll find the note I left hanging on the door
She'll laugh when she reads the bit that says I'm leaving
'Cause I've left that girl so many times before."
Glenn Campbell 1967
Woke to the sound of a woodpecker tapping on a cactus trunk. The desert otherwise silent and beautiful. No howling ...
... day Navajo Indian reservation. This reservation extends through parts of 5 states and is the size of New Jersey. There was no particular change in the road when we crossed into Indian territory but there were subtle changes in the landscape. First of all the Indians do not believe in fencing. They are definitely into “free-range” and their animals are allowed to roam where they wish. I think the Indians have figured out that their ...
Oak Creek Country Club was where we spent Sunday afternoon with a nice couple from Boston. The course was also pretty, but Sedona Golf Resort wins in my books - we will play there again tomorrow. Today we set out with trail map in hand, water and snacks in tow, ready to explore some hiking trails. We decided on a 6.5 mile hike first, a late lunch, some pottery shopping, then a sunset viewing hike before dinner. Boynton Canyon ...
... get down with Peters help to find the foot holes and my legs are like jelly, just the water to cross now but the rocks are really wet from the waterfall and of course I slip in so have to finish with wet feet, never mind it was well worth it. On to camp Verde through some high forests, amazing views again. We stop at a fishing sign and as I go down to the river I slip on some loose dirt and land really ******* my backside, it's sooo painful ...