302.png


Join us on Facebook   Join us on Youtube RSS Feeds Check the Weather!




393.jpg

Arizona Office of Tourism

Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce
is Proud to be an Official
Local Visitor Information Center

Arizona Office of Tourism


383.gif

309.png

Tourism Guide to Cottonwood

Located in the "heart" of Arizona, the Verde Valley is ideally situated above the heat of the desert and below the cold of Arizona's high country. Surrounded by the red rocks of Sedona, Mingus Mountain elevating to 8,000' to the west, and the Mogollon Rim stretching north and east, its low elevation of 3,300' and moderate climate is enjoyed year-round.

With its state parks, historic sites and enticing attractions, the Verde Valley offers activities for all ages. There is an assortment of hotels, RV Parks, campgrounds and restaurants to choose from, all within close proximity to the parks, attractions, wineries and Old Town Cottonwood. Plan to stay a few days; you will need them to see all there is throughout the Verde Valley.

Ancient civilizations, with their unique history and cultures, are here to explore. More than 100 species of birds reside at Dead Horse Ranch State Park and Native American history abounds at Tuzigoot National Monument.  To learn even more about what there is to do and see - View Sedona Verde Valley Tourism Council site.

Scenic beauty and recreational opportunities will thrill the adventurer, and the many fine shops and galleries located in Old Town, Clarkdale, Camp Verde, Sedona, Cornville and Jerome will easily appeal to the shoppers.

 

 

Wine Trail Verde Valley Wine Trail, The Verde Valley Wine Trail invites wine enthusiasts to experience a destination rich in history, beauty, and the production of exquisite wines. The wineries and tasting rooms offer a variety of skillfully crafted wines to satisfy any wine taster's palate. Every winery has its own unique personality and distinct wines for visitors to discover at each stop along the Wine Trail.




Clemenceau Heritage Museum, Rooms and display cases filled with artifacts focus on MuseumVerde Valley history. The Railroad Room depicts miles of railroad during the early mining and smelting days. Volunteers and donations keep the museum operating. Two major fund-raisers during the year include the annual Zeke Taylor Barbecue in November and the Crafts American Style Show in February. 928.634.2868. Wed.: 9am-noon. Fri.-Sun.: 11am-3pm. Closed major holidays. Located at 1 N. Willard. Donations appreciated. Allow one hour. www.clemenceaumuseum.org

 


Temperatures and Precipitation, The Verde Valley’s climate is ideal for year-round visitation. Due to its low elevation of 3,300’, visitors tend to enjoy moderate climate year-round.

MONTH

DAILY MIN.

DAILY MAX.

AVG. TOTAL PREC.

(INCHES)

 

 

 

January

28.1

58.1

0.77

February

31.7

63.3

0.78

March

35.6

68.3

0.85

April

41.9

76.3

0.54

May

49.2

84.8

0.38

June

57.8

94.8

0.50

July

65.9

98.5

1.89

August

63.8

95.5

2.22

September

57.4

91.3

1.08

October

46.4

81.2

1.04

November

35.6

68.1

0.73

December

28.7 

58.6

1.05 

Yearly Average

45.2

78.2

11.84






388.jpg

Cottonwood is located in
Northern Arizona:

    130 miles from Phoenix

    40 miles from Flagstaff

    8 miles from Jerome

    50 miles from Prescott

    20 miles from Camp Verde

    16 miles from Sedona

    2 miles from Clarkdale

You can even make a day trip to
the Grand Canyon from here.


Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce
Proud Partner with

SVVTC Logo