Local Activities & Attractions

Located in the heart of wine country, there is something to do for everyone. Stay local and hop on the train or travel up the mountain and visit the popular ghost town of Jerome. Feel like getting in the water? Clarkdale Kayak Company has got you covered. Take a guided kayak tour down the Verde River with a local tour guide and enjoy the outdoor weather. Just down Broadway is Old Town, Cottonwood. Filled with over 60 businesses this bustling part of town is sure to entertain you. 

Verde Canyon Railroad

The Verde Canyon Railroad is a heritage railroad running between Clarkdale and Perkinsville in the U.S. state of Arizona. The passenger excursion line operates on 20 miles of tracks of the Clarkdale Arizona Central Railroad, a shortline. 

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Smelter Town Brewery

With each innovative beer poured, Smelter Town Brewery remembers the commitment, creativity and passion that goes into the craftsmanship of brewing. 

We are located inside of the Park Hotel. 

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Old Town Cottonwood

Located in the "Heart of the Verde Valley Wine Country". An easy trip from Phoenix—only an hour and a half drive. Old Town is known for its Main Street with over 60 businesses that attract visitors and support local residents.

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Clarkdale Kayak Co.

Hop in one of our top of the line, hard-shell kayaks and cruise down the scenic Verde River. These boats feature a sit-on-top design that makes them comfortable, stable and most of all, safe. Kayaking the Verde River @ Clarkdale is an absolute blast! It's a fun, interactive experience where you get to cool off and learn about the unique history of the Verde River.

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Jerome

The third largest town in Arizona at its peak, the boom town was called the Wickedest City in the West in 1903. A local count showed 37 bars, 13 bordellos, and four churches, which the locals thought was just about right. Jerome was the largest producer of copper, gold, and silver in Arizona simultaneously in the 1920s before the mines closed in 1953 and it became the largest ghost town in the west.

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