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Area Attractions

Explore the rich tapestry of attractions surrounding our RV park, from

the historic ghost town of Jerome to the enchanting beauty of Sedona and the vibrant charm of downtown Cottonwood. Delve into the past in Jerome, where the spirit of the Wild West still lingers, or embark on a scenic journey to Sedona, where the red rocks beckon adventures and nature enenthusiasts

alike. Then return to the welcoming embrace of downtown Cottonwood, where local shops, eateries, and cultural treasures await. Experience the best of Arizona's Verde Valley from our convenient and scenic location. 

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Discover the perfect escape at Cottonwood Springs, conveniently nestled just a short 22 mile drive from the breathtaking beauty of Sedona.  Sedona is famous for its stunning red rock formations, formed over millions of years of erosion. These unique geological formations create a dramatic and picturesque landscape that attracts visitors from around the world.


Jerome is a fascinating place with a rich history and is only a short 7 mile drive away. 

Jerome began as a booming mining town in the late 19th century, known for its abundant copper deposits. At its peak, Jerome was home to over 15,000 residents and was one of the largest towns in Arizona.

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The Valley is named after the Verde River, which flows through it. The word "verde" means green in spanish, a nod to the lush vegetation that thrives along the riverbanks. Verde Valley has emerged as a premier wine-producing region in Arizona, with several vineyards and wineries dotting the landscape. the area's high elevation, volcanic soil and sunny climate provide ideal conditions for growing grapes.


To get to Cottonwood Springs RV Resort in Cottonwood, AZ from the town's center, head northeast on AZ-89A N toward N Main St. Then, turn left onto E Cottonwood St. After about half a mile, turn right onto N 7th St, and you'll find the resort on your left.

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