Best Western Cottonwood Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Verde Valley Thousand Trail campground sits alongside the Verde River on 300 acres. The area is surrounded by beautiful Red Rocks to the north, the Mingus Mountains to the West and the Hackberry Mountains to the south. It is a really pretty area.
There are a number of little towns in the area to explore, stroll, and enjoy meals, happy hours and shop. Historic Cottonwood offers lots of quirky shops like Larry’s Antiques ...
... and "adult beverages" in the evening. We were adopted by some hummingbirds and had to buy a feeder. It is fun to watch them come and feed.
Went to the city of Jerome on our last day in Cottonwood. Cute little town - old copper mining city. The mine has been closed since the 1950's and has turned into an art colony now. The city is built right into the side of the mountain. It has slid ...
... from around the world including the likes of Warren Harding, Clark Gable and Carol Lombard. Eventually, the forest service bought the lodge, but it burned down before the government could turn it into a museum.
Our next hike was to Devil’s Bridge. Devil’s bridge is the largest natural sandstone arch in the Sedona area. The hike slowly inclines uphill until rock scrambles are necessary to complete the 500 feet of total climb ...
... br> The rain started to set in and I convinced Wade to head back to Walmart for a spot of shopping where I picked up some make up and a bottle of salted caramel vodka for $10. We also got a few bottles of Apple Pie moonshine and white lightening.
The following morning we headed across the road to Randall's, a local place that is family run and extremely popular with the locals. The staff were so friendly and the owner even came over to visit and we also ...
... we won't regret that. So we drove around in our own truck and got as close to the rocks as we could without wrecking the truck, we took a pass on all the tons of touristy stuff in town and called it a day for Sedona. Came back to the RV and relaxed outside..turned out to be a good decision. We really enjoyed this campground..we just weren't here long enough. Once again getting ready tonight for the second (and hopefully last) trip to Vegas tomorrow. See you ...