Fort Verde Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFort Verde Suites Camp Verde
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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TripAdvisor Reviews Fort Verde Suites Camp Verde
Travel Blogs from Camp Verde
... lived in it for 2 years, 1991-3, and then 7 more for 6 months in 1994, growing all their own food, recycling everything and completely sealed in while they did experiments. They are now still doing experiments but no longer lived in and not fully sealed. Fascinating guided tour of nearly 2 hours, so many questions to ask.
Miles of highway with ...
... feel more of a piece not to have it broken up by signs (or fences). The only written signage of any kind were the names of the churches we passed (“Broken Arrow Chapel”, “Navajo Station Church of the Nazarene”) and the schools we drove by. This lack of signs also makes things look less prosperous than they really are. Nothing like a brightly colored advertising poster for an enticing product to give one a sense that life ...
... red mountains, but they do look much more impressive from afar. There were warnings about bears, coyotes, snakes and spiders but we happily avoided all those critters. The concierge here gave us a map when we checked in, and scribbled notes and highlights all over it. It was a bit of information overload at the time, but there was a spot circled with the word "sunset" scribbled by it. We figured it was a spot to hike to to ...
... again then he has to drive off as he forgot the ice but slips his gun in the back of her trousers so she'll be safe while he's gone!! She then tells us she's moved here from Phoenix to help her parents & she's earning minimum wage in the dollar store nothing like she earned back in Phoenix. She shows us a swing that's hanging over the creek that they were going to swing off and fall into the water, naked, just before we arrived. She ...
... 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 ...