- Our list of the best things to do in Camp Verde, Arizona, features the top 105 nearby activities — including 63 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Camp Verde, AZ has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Food & Drink, Sights & Landmarks, and Adventures.
- The results below include the top 19 things to do within the city of Camp Verde, AZ , followed by 86 popular activities in nearby cities, including Sedona, Cottonwood, Jerome and Cornville
Offering elite private tours of a number of Northern Arizona attractions, Silver Spur Tours visits the Grand Canyon, Antelope Canyon, Monument Valley, and other sites of interest. The company offers a variety of specialty tour packages.
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Coyote Trails Golf Course, formerly Pine Shadows Golf Course, is a 9-hole par 33 course winding through the Mescal Gulch. The facility offers club rental, a putting green, a driving range and a pro shop.
Red Rock State Park offers a range of family-oriented trails for hiking, along with picnic areas, and a Visitor's Centre with interactive exhibits exploring the park's natural habitats and early human settlements in the area. Mule deer, javelinas, coyotes and bobcats are often sighted in the park.
Northern Light Balloon Expeditions is a hot air balloon company that is one of two balloon companies that is permitted to take off and lane in Sedona. The company can seat up to 7 passengers at a time in a balloon.
Spiritually focused and meditative in nature, the tours led by Sedona Sacred Earth are more pilgrimages than traditional sightseeing junkets. Rooted in Native American spirituality, the company also hosts retreats and workshops.
Sedona Star Gazing offers a personalized and custom astronomy experience for guests depending on what they wish to see. Yet, the standard tour features an overview of constellations with a high power laser pointer with chairs and blankets provided.
After it was constructed in 1956, the Chapel of the Holy Cross received an Award of Honor in 1957 from The American Institute of Architects. It was voted by the people of Arizona one of the 7 man-made wonders in the state.