Address: 6400 East Thousand Trails Rd, Cottonwood, Arizona 86326
GPS: 34.670189, -111.949751
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Local Directions: 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; From Flagstaff: Travel south onI-17 to Camp Verde. Exit 287. Turn off on Hwy 260 and travel northwest about 8 miles. The preserve is on the right, between mileposts 212 and 211.

Contact Information
Local Phone: 1-928-634-8158
Toll Free Phone: 1-877-864-2728
Website: http://www.rvonthego.com/Verde...
Email: verdevalley_manager@equitylife...

All year
Check In: 12 PM, Campsites; 4 PM, Rentals
Check Out: 12 PM, Campsites; 11 AM, Rentals

371 RV Sites, 17 Tent Sites, 327 Full Hookup, 44 Electric and Water, 30 Amps, 50 Amps, Pull Thru, Extended Stay

Daily Rates: $25.13 - $67.44
Discounts/Memberships: Good Sam Club, Thousand Trails
Payment Methods: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, VISA

Facilities & Services
Bathhouse / Restrooms, Dump Station, Hot Showers, Laundry, LP Gas by Meter, WiFi

Biking, Dog Park, Fishing, Hiking, Mini Golf, Playground, Swimming Pool

All Ages, Pet Restrictions

Max RV Length 65 ft, Max RV Width 20 ft
Please call the resort for 50amp service requests.
Fires are allowed. It must be store bought fire pit with mesh covered top.
Total Sites371
RV Sites371
Tent Sites17
Max RV Length65 ft
Max RV Width20 ft
Full Hookup (327)Electric and Water (44)
Rental Units
Sites Discounts Miscellaneous
Facilities and Services
  Hours Description Fees
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Controlled Access Gate  
Convenience Store  
Diner / Snack Bar  
Dump Station  
Flush Toilets  
Handicap Facilities  
Hot Showers  
LP Gas by Meter  
RV Storage  
RV Supplies  
Self Service RV Wash  
  Hours Description Fees
Billiard Table  
Church Services  
Dog Park  
DVD Rental  
Hot Tub  
Live Entertainment  
Mini Golf  
Ping Pong  
Pool Table  
Recreation Hall  
Recreation Room / Area  
Swimming Pool  


Average Rating
4 star rating
Based on 3 reviews
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3 star rating
Older Park With Clean Facilities - Good Base for Visiting Red Rock Country
November 29, 2015
This is a very large resort with multiple sections. We stayed in section B close to the hot tub and swimming pool at a full hookup gravel site. The sites services worked well. Our site like most in this section had a slight slope that could be fixed with a leveller. Each site was long enough to fit the RV and a car and came with a picnic table. However, the sites were too close together for my liking with no privacy on one side, and only a little on the other.
There was no fire allowed at the campsite.

There is no WiFi from the sites only at the recreation halls, but AT&T worked well from the RV. The resort has two recreation halls with sofas, large TVs and board games, one between section A and B and one in section H. It also has a large outdoor heated pool and an outdoor hot tub. There was a playground for older children, volleyball court, mini-golf (in good condition), homestyle grill restaurant, store, horseshoe pits and pickleball courts. There is a laundry with 8 washers and a number of dryers located in section H.

The facilities were old looking but clean and well kept. Everyone was very nice. The only issue I had was the speed limit, 10 mph between sections and 5 mph in the sections. Because the resort was so large it would take 10 mins to drive out of it.

The resort is close to Cottonwood in the desert and very quiet. It was a great base to visit Red Rock Country. It is a 30 min drive to Sedona.

We stayed here in a Class C Motorhome.
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4 star rating
A nice place
August 4, 2013
This was a nice RV park, as those places go, but I would hardly consider it a "resort." The sites were a bit larger than some we have stayed at, especially in Arizona, but you are back to back with your neighbor. Better keep your shutters closed on the backside of your RV. We traveled with our two Siberian Huskies and one of them was particularly excited to have grass to roll in as opposed to all the pea gravel we found at the other places. Staff was friendly and helpful. As for the facilities, they were too spread out on the grounds to be accessible without having to walk quite a ways or drive. When I needed to do laundry, I opted to drive into town as their laundry required you purchase a $5 voucher just to begin using the washers and dryers and then it was increased by a minimum of $5 increments. I prefer doing it $.25 at a time. The roads in the park could use some grading.

We stayed here in a Travel Trailer.
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5 star rating
Beautiful, well-maintained RV resort
Alex B
December 23, 2011
Verde Valley is a family favorite. My husband and my boys love it here, especially in the fall when there's not a lot of people around and we practically have the park to ourselves. The sites are large with full hookups available. For sites in the interior, the hookups are in between sites. There's wi-fi but no cable TV. The restrooms, bathrooms and laundry room are all clean. There's a walking trail alongside the Verde River in addition to the nature trails within the campground itself. There are also recreation facilities like the volleyball court, table tennis, pickleball courts and the pool, although the pool is usually closed this time of the year. It's quiet and peaceful here, great for getting away from the city and reconnecting with nature.

We stayed here in a 5th Wheel.
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