Close to it all...
Cliff Castle Casino Hotel is located in the heart of Arizona's wine country, and we're only minutes away from numerous local attractions such as Montezuma Castle, Montezuma Well, Sedona, and many other Verde Valley points of interest.
Montezuma Castle – One of the West's most magnificent cliff dwellings, the five-story-high structures were built over 600 years ago.
Montezuma Well National Monument – Large limestone sink created by the collapse of an underground cave. Prehistoric Indians used it as a source of irrigation.
Tuzigoot National Monument – More than a thousand years ago, the 110-room pueblo was a bustling community for the Sinagua Indians.
Fort Verde Historic State Park – Spanning from 1865 to 1890, it's the best-preserved Indian Wars period fort in Arizona. Tour the museum and buildings.
Dead Horse Ranch State Park – A camping and recreation area on 320 acres along the Verde River.
Oak Creek Canyon – Winds its way around huge red rock monoliths, sculptured spires and other natural wonders for 16 miles along State Route 89.
Slide Rock State Park – Natural waterslide in Oak Creek Canyon that propels visitors into a natural pool. Near historic Pedley homestead and apple orchard.
Palatki and Honanki Ruins – An archaeologically significant area known for its outstanding pictographs and wall paintings. Off-road site.
V-Bar-V Ranch Petroglyph Site – The largest known petroglyph site in the Verde Valley. It's an exciting off-road trip.
Jerome State Park - Ghost Mining Town – Arizona's largest ghost town. Today, it's a thriving artist community with shops and restaurants.
Grand Canyon National Park – One of the natural wonders of the world, the Grand Canyon is a must-see.
Out of Africa
Verde Canyon Railroad
Blazin M Ranch
For a year-round golf experience with beautiful vistas and reasonable green fees, visit these Verde Valley locations.
Sedona Golf Resort
Oak Creek Country Club
Verde Santa Fe Golf Course
Close to it all!
On your way to Phoenix, Prescott, the Verde Valley, Sedona, Flagstaff, the Grand Canyon. I-17, Exit 289