Fort Verde Suites

Address: 628 S. Main Street, Camp Verde, Arizona, 86322, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 628 S. Main Street, Camp Verde, is near Montezuma Castle National Monument, Cliff Castle Casino, Fort Verde State Park, and Verde River.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsFort Verde Suites Camp Verde

      Reviewed by travelingma

      Not fancy but quite servicable

      Reviewed Apr 8, 2013
      by (15 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      Stayed two nights, one in a single, and the next night in their version of a double suite, which was two rooms connected by a large kitchen/dining area. As we had the grandkids and their parents, this gave us some room for the kids and plenty of sleeping area. The people are friendly but this is an owner operated place - you have to ring a bell at the door to get service. Rooms super clean and quaint, although baths had issues (not the showers).

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      Travel Blogs from Camp Verde

      Wind again??

      A travel blog entry by psandefur on Apr 22, 2014

      4 comments, 29 photos

      ... methods.

      On to Jerome which was a mining town founded in the late 1870's and at one point the 4th largest in Arizona until the mine closed in 1953. Jerome is a vertical town since all the houses are on the side of the cliff and is located at over 5200 feet (currently we are at 3200) up a winding road. The town had many fires in the past, last one being 1899, but most of the buildings are from shortly after that time when it was rebuilt. Although at ...

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      A travel blog entry by edwardsfamtrips on Mar 25, 2014

      ... liked do it & he chose to do it on his own which impressed me. They also had footprints to look at as well as some stuffed dead animals to look though that did not impress the children overly much. We then headed out on the trail which started out through a field. Along this open stretch mr stopped quite a few times to look at ants as well as finding 3 caterpillars along the way as well. We then crossed a long bridge & came to a crossroads. We decided to try to follow one ...

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      A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 23, 2014

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      ... whole thing....

      We drive to Motezuma's Well. Everyone said that it's not as impressive and not that big a deal, but it's free so go take a look. I personally liked it much more than the castle. It is a small lake, set down in what looks like a quarry. In the prehistoric desert, this is prime real estate. There were small cliff dwellings in the cliffs around the lake. It's maybe 300 yards square. You can wander the paths down into ...

      Red Rocks

      A travel blog entry by drag0nfly on Aug 27, 2013

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      I left Arcosanti after the morning visit to the foundry and the ceramic workshop and, on my way to the Grand Canyon, I stopped at Red Rocks Park in Sedona. It was a pleasant visit, even if I wouldn't go out of my way for that. I left the car at the visitors centre and I walked one of the loops in the park, trying to make it ...

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      ... this
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      So, anyway, we set off on a 2 and a half hour drive to
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