- TripBuzz discovered 59 different types of activities for couples in the Camp Verde area, including Ziplines (like Predator Zip Lines), Winery/Vineyard (like San Dominique Winery), Off Road & ATV (like Arizona Offroad Tours) and Family Fun Center (like Kids Quest), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 82 date ideas in or near Camp Verde, Arizona, including 66 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Cottonwood, Sedona, Jerome and Cornville.
Ingredients used to make the wines sold by the San Dominique Winery are actually harvested by the winery staff even though they do not own their own vineyard. Tastings are offered on site along with informative tours and a retail space.
Feel the southwestern history as you drive over desert terrain, across plateaus, through seasonal creeks, creek beds, and hidden trails to extraordinary views. It is a safe, exciting and extremely fun way to experience all that Mother Nature has to offer.
3505 SR-260, Camp Verde, AZ MoreLess Info
Predator Zip Lines provides zip line rides over the Out of Africa Wildlife Park. Zip line riders can enjoy scenic views of the Verde Valley as they soar over tigers, bears, hyenas, lions, and other park wildlife.
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2700 E Flower Pot Road, Camp Verde, AZ 86322 MoreLess Info
Featuring a variety of wines and foods, San Dominique Winery Home of Garlic Paradise is a popular tourist destination in Camp Verde. Along with wines, the winery also sells pastas, Italian sauces, dressings, marinades and salsas.
Newly opened, White Hills Winery & Gallery features a tasting room in the downtown area of Camp Verde. Located in the Boler's Building, there wine connoisseurs can sample both local and regional wines as well as handcrafted beers.
This is a fun and lively casino which features slot machines, games of blackjack and live poker as part of their attraction. They have several restaurants and live entertainment, a gift shop, and a bowling alley.
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3505 Camp Verde Bridgeport Highway, Camp Verde, AZ 86322 MoreLess Info
Forty lions, tigers, jaguars and other big cats call the Out of Africa Wildlife Park home. The park also features hundreds of exotic fish, reptiles, birds and small mammals from throughout the world.
The park features three historic house furnished in the 1880s period and listed on the National and State Register of Historic Places. Displays period artifacts from military life and history of the Indian Scouts and Indian Wars era. It schedules programs which give visitors a glimpse into Arizona's history.