Verde Valley Activities

When you're in the Verde Valley, you're never far from breathtaking sights, family-friendly attractions, historical landmarks, natural beauty and more things to do. Within minutes, visitors can go from exploring the Historic Old Town Cottonwood on foot, to softly rumbling through a serene riparian canyon by train in Clarkdale, to winding along red rock highways and steep cliff-side mining town roads by car in Jerome. And just as easily, it seems you can weave back and forth between the Verde Valley's ancient Sinanguan and 19th century past and a peaceful present, with the Verde Valley's rich mining history and today's small-town charm ever-apparent as you explore the Verde Valley. Check out these things to do in the Verde Valley, like shops, galleries, restaurants, golf courses and attractions for kids and adults alike.

1. Out Of Africa Wildlife Park

Come see Tiger Splash show at 1:15 every day. Watch Bengal tigers in natural play as they "hunt" their caretakers. Open Daily 9:30 a.m.-5:00...  More
  • (928) 567-2840
  • 3505 Highway 260
  • Camp Verde, AZ
  • 86322
  • $14.95 - $29.95

2. Sedona Wine Adventures

We offer 4 very popular Sedona wine tasting tours along the Verde Valley Wine Trail. We visit the Page Springs vineyards & historic Jerom...  More

  • (928) 366-8476
  • PO Box 401
  • AZ, US
  • $190.00 - $235.00

3. Predator Zip Lines

Experience the wind ripping through your hair on a thrill ride over nature’s wildest predators. Enjoy the adventure of a lifetime on a ...  More

  • (928) 567-9947
  • 3505 Highway 260
  • Camp Verde, AZ
  • 86322

4. Sedona, Jerome & Montezuma Castle Tour

Across Arizona Tours offers a perfect day trip to the beautiful Red Rock country of northern Arizona. You'll experience the mystical and dra...  More
  • (888) 533-1813
  • Paradise Valley Horizon
  • Phoenix, AZ


This central/northern Arizona swale is rich in mining and ancient Native American history, family-friendly attractions and wine country.
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Sedona, Page Springs and Cornville are the beating heart of Arizona's wine country. Come taste the emerging hotspot vying for Napa-like status. See Sedona Wineries »


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