- The list below includes 65 free or cheap things to do in or near Cornville, Arizona, including 54 different types of inexpensive activities like Horseback Riding, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Landmarks and Hiking Trails.
- From Page Springs Fish Hatchery to Eliphante, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Cornville and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Sedona, Camp Verde, Jerome and Cottonwood.
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1600 North Page Springs Road, Cornville, AZ 86325 MoreLess Info
With show ponds, an interpretive center, and nature trails the Page Springs Fish Hatchery acts as a popular site within the Coconino National Forest. Visitors are able to enjoy self-guided hatchery tours to see how the facility operates as well.
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1565 N. Page Springs Road, Cornville, AZ 86325 MoreLess Info
Horsin Around Adventures offers an amazing horseback experience. The trails are nestled along Oak Creek, leading through exciting terrain, with dramatic views of vineyards and wildlife habitats. Their staff are professional wranglers and are experienced in raising and training horses.
Visitors can experience private trail rides on a wide variety of trails at Equinature. The trails offer a multitude of scenic views and Equinature features several experienced guides for their 3 hour and half day trips.
Cowboy Way Adventures is an adventure company that offers horseback riding tours through open deserts, rocky cliffs, and river crossings. The company has slow paced beginner adventures and fast paced advanced tours.
The Cottonwood branch of Thousand Trails is an RV park resort that features many hookups with power and sewer, bathrooms with hot running water, and other amenities including rental cabins and a restaurant in the clubhouse.
Part of the Polson theater chain, Cottonwood Cinema is a movie theater multiplex that screens a combination of first run Hollywood movies and independent and foreign films. The theater offers a variety of concessions options.
The Old Town Center for the Arts offers a venue for special events and corporate events. The theater building offers a wooden stage 22 foot by 20-foot wood stage with seating for 130 people; meanwhile Studio B is often used for dance classes.