Sedona Verde River Guide
Welcome to the the Sedona Verde River Guide, your web portal to what’s green in the Verde River Valley and Red Rock Country. Every community— Camp Verde, Clarkdale, Cottonwood, Jerome and Sedona—is committed to preserving the Verde River and our unique natural environment.
Here you will find information and links that can help you enjoy a real ecotourism experience among the spectacular red rocks and along the pure flowing rivers of the Verde River Watershed: the Verde River, Oak Creek, Sycamore Creek, Granite Creek, Fossil Creek, Beaver Creek and others that come to life with the snow melt and rains.
The hotels, resorts, inns, B&Bs, and restaurants listed on this site have all signed The Verde Compact, committing their businesses to helping preserve the Verde River and its environments. If you stay or dine at any of these locations, you can be sure the owners care as much about this special place as you will.
You will also find links to a wide range of “green” activities for just about every interest, from river rafting to hiking and mountain biking, birding and other watchable wildlife to archaeology and native cultures, living history to great music and the arts plus wonderful local wines and foods. It’s all part of this special place and your eco-experience.
And if you want to help preserve this unique high desert ecosystem, you can link up with any one of the organizations listed on this site.
So take a tour of the the Sedona Verde River Guide – learn about ecotourism in Northern Arizona – and have a wonderful, green time in the Verde Valley.
Each month, we feature a business or group doing something special in the Verde River Valley to add value to the natural environment or enhance their local communities.
The Art of Birding
Dead Horse Ranch State Park – Cottonwood, Arizona
April 24-27, 2014 – schedules are ready on the Verde Birding site.