- The list below includes 76 free or cheap things to do in or near Cottonwood, Arizona, including 51 different types of inexpensive activities like Hiking Trails, Movie Theaters, Music Venue and Restaurants.
- From Historic Old Town Cottonwood to Dead Horse Ranch State Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Cottonwood and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Sedona, Camp Verde, Jerome and Prescott Valley.
Arizona Stronghold Vineyards 1023 N Main St., Cottonwood, AZ MoreLess Info
100% Arizona grown and produced wine paired perfectly with a plate of assorted cheeses
There are plenty of things which could fill up one day in the Historic Old Town Cottonwood: antique shops, restaurants, shops and boutiques, wineries, trails, and others. There are also special events organized in here.
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.
Artisanal olive oils are front and center at Verde Valley Olive Oil Traders. The boutique, which is staffed by gourmet olive oil experts, sells cheese, olives, cured meats and olive oils from around the world.
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.
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1 North Willard Street, Cottonwood, AZ 86326 MoreLess Info
The volunteers of the Clemenceau Heritage Museum are dedicated to preserving the history of Verde Valley. Visitors to the museum housed in a school building built in 1923 see a 1900s kitchen and bedroom, along with a telephone switchboard and a classroom.
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.