6400 Thousand Trails Rd.
Ranger Station: (928) 567-9562
Address above is not to be used for mail delivery to members.
Situated on the Verde River, this 300-acre oasis in the high desert of Arizona is surrounded by the majestic beauty of the Red Rocks to the north, Mingus Mountains to the west and the Hackberry Mountains to the south. The climate is moderate year round. Rich in geological and cultural history, the area provides hours of exploring and sight-seeing -- from the famous ghost town of Jerome to scenic drives through Sedona, ablaze with many colors.
Campsites: 265 full hook-ups, 44 power and water only, 5 tent sites, 40 extended stay vacation lease sites
Rentals:7 trailers, 4 TT cabins, 1 Getaway cabin
30-amp & limited 50-amp electrical service. You must request 50-amp service by calling the preserve in advance or upon check-in.
Family Center, Pool Lodge-Game Room, Ball Field, Basketball Court, Horseshoe Pits, Laundry Facilities, Meeting Rooms, Miniature Golf, Nature Trail, Playgrounds, Propane, RV Storage, Shuffleboard, Spa, Swimming Pool, Country Store, Volleyball Court, Wi-Fi Access, Pet Areas
Points of Interest
GPS Coordinates: N 34° 39' 43.37" W 111° 57' 51.25"; elevation is 3,356 feet.
From Flagstaff: Travel south on I-17 to Camp Verde, Exit 287. Turn off at Hwy. 260 and travel northwest about 8 miles. The preserve is on the right, between mileposts 212 and 211.
From Phoenix: Follow I-17 north to Hwy. 260 and travel northwest about 8 miles. The preserve is on the right, between mileposts 212 and 211.
From Prescott: Travel south on Hwy. 69 to Dewey, then northeast on Hwy. 169 to the I-17 junction. Take I-17 north to Hwy. 260 and travel northwest about 8 miles. The preserve is on the right, between mileposts 212 and 211.
Note: Hwy. 89A from Prescott to Cottonwood is not recommended.
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