• Verde Valley River

COTTONWOOD Arizona Tourism

Only minutes from the train depot, Cottonwood began as a campground and stopover for travelers to Oak Creek, Beaver Creek and Camp Verde.

It was one of three main crossings over the Verde River. Today it is home to a number of attractions including historic Old Town Cottonwood with a number of antique stores and Arizona winery-tasting centers.

Check out Cottonwood in the news, travel ideas from journalists, and more. Also, plan a visit around the many events in Cottonwood, https://www.visitcottonwoodaz.org/events.html. Finally, Cottonwood is home to Dead Horse Ranch State Park with miles of hiking, fishing, horseback riding, and fun outdoor recreation. Explore the Visit Cottonwood website for more details: https://www.visitcottonwoodaz.org/outdoors.html.

Watch this VIDEO for Cottonwood area highlights, or visit www.cottonwoodchamberaz.org for more information.

Finding the Verde Canyon Railroad from Cottonwood

When planning a trip to Old Town Cottonwood, be sure to include a ride on the historic Verde Canyon Railroad. Learn more related to the history of the train on this page. Just below, you’ll see the route you’ll need to travel to get to the train from Cottonwood. If you have questions you can connect with us or join our Eclub for the latest news and special packages at Verde Canyon Railroad. We hope to see you soon and look forward to serving you!

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