The Phippen Museum
of Western Art
Prescott National Forest
Camp Verde Arizona
A cool, tall pine forest offering camping, hiking and riding trails, stream
and lake fishing. A HoT SpoT destination. See lodging section for
Red Rock State Park
4050 Red Rock Loop Road
A 286 acre park featuring hiking and nature programs which focus on the
wildlife along Oak Creek. A HoT SpoT destination especially with children.
Sharlot Hall Museum
Slide Rock State Park
7 mi N of Sedona Arizona
Located in Oak Creek Canyon, Slide Rock offers scenic beauty with the day
use area. Featuring rock formations and a natural sandstone waterslide
(great fun!). Picnic areas. A HoT SpoT destination.
Stanton - Ghost Town
"Named for Charles B Stanton"
Mr Stanton kept a store and stage station and was postmaster in 1875. Later
the town was an active mining camp. Remaining buildings all in fair/good
condition. All are privately owned.
Tiger - Ghost Town
"Tiger Mine Discovered about 1870"
It was said to have been the first silver mine of importance found in
northern Arizona. Only foundations remain. Located on private land.
(I know it's shopping ... still a pretty place!) World class shopping in a
replica of an Old Mexican Village. A HoT SpoT destination.
Tuzigoot National Monument
near Cottonwood Arizona
The name Tuzigoot is Apache for "crooked water" and the monument is home to
a pre-Columbian pueblo ruin. There is also a museum of artifacts which
were uncovered at the site. A HoT SpoT destination.
Verde Canyon Railroad
300 N Broadway
Offers scenic rail excursions through the majestic North Verde River Canyon
and Sycamore Wilderness area. Wildlife flourishes along the route. A must
do HoT Spot activity.
Verde River Greenway
Adjacent to Dead Horse State Park
A cool reprieve from hot Arizona summers. Huge stands of cottonwoods. A
HoT SpoT for bird watching, wildlife viewing or just relaxing.
Verde Santa Fe Golf Course
1045 S. Verde Santa Fe Parkway
Walker - Ghost Town
"Named for Capt. Joseph Walker"
Capt Walker led a gold expedition into the area in 1863. As a result of his
success, Walker came into being. The town has a few winter residents and
many summer residents.
Weaver or Weaverville - Ghost Town
"Named After Pauline Weaver"
Pauline was a guide and the party he led accidentally discovered a rich
gold find. When the gold was exhausted, the town was a hide-out for thieves
and murderers. After 30 years of lawlessness the gangs were driven out and
Weaver became a ghost town. Little remains except mine trails.
Visit the famous street of old-time saloons. Get a feel for what night
life was when Prescott became the first Territorial Capital. Much of that
early life is preserved here today. A HoT SpoT attraction.
353 W Middle Verde Road
Camp Verde Arizona
Featuring the new Cliff Castles Casino. A HoT SpoT adult activity.
Featuring the new Bucky's Casino. A HoT SpoT adult activity.