Things to Do in Clarkdale

Things to Do in Clarkdale, AZ - Clarkdale Attractions

Things to Do in Clarkdale

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  • BigDaddyWied
    Houston, TX252 contributions
    We visited the Copper Museum in Clarksdale because we heard that Clarksdale was a planned community for the United Verde Copper Company. We had no idea what to expect, but the museum was worth the price of admission. The museum is located in the former Clarkdale High School, built for the Clarkdale community that mainly worked for United Verde. There is a history of copper at the beginning of the tour, and throughout the entire time, there are bits of history and facts about copper. My favorite area was the trench art shell casing room. I love history and wasn't aware of the practice, especially from WWI. We spent most of our time in the room reading about the process and the significance of the different motifs used.
    Throughout the tour, there are local history, yearbook photos, and other memorabilia from the high school.
    If you are close to Clarkdale, AZ, plan a trip to the museum.
    Written August 13, 2022
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  • cepeterman
    Middleton, WI10 contributions
    After a couple days of relatively strenuous hikes (for us, at least), we took an afternoon to see Montezuma’s Castle, Montezuma’s Well, Tuzigoot, finishing with a drive up to Jerome. It was a wonderfully relaxing self-guided tour, with each stop adding something new. Save your receipt from either Tuzigoot or M’s Castle so you don’t pay twice.
    Written August 5, 2022
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  • pparrothead
    Wilmington, NC4,273 contributions
    Another road that is well worth the drive....When you take 89A like we did from Sedona to Clarkdale, Jerome and Cottonwood you see some of the most beautiful landscapes imaginable....

    The hills, valleys, mountains, old towns are what makes this drive an adventure...Much like driving on Historic Route 66....As you pass through Cottonwood you are on Historic Highway 89A but it is also Main Street there filled with restaurants, bars, shops, galleries, antique dealers, and crafts shops.

    This is one drive that will stay in your memory for a long time....
    Written May 17, 2021
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  • TLK-travellove
    44 contributions
    My husband and I visited this winery as a part of a private winery tour. The wine was good, and the wine bottles all displayed very beautiful unique art that we learned was done by one of the owners. The highlight though was the man and woman behind the bar, they were friendly, knowledgeable, and funny! So down to earth! Reminded me of our usual hang out spots back home, felt really comfortable. Great vibes here :)
    Written March 11, 2022
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  • Bimmerboy
    1 contribution
    Very fun drive, if someone is on your tail closely pull over and then them pass, even if you think your fast
    Written January 17, 2021
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  • Terry D
    Albury, Australia3 contributions
    Saint Cecilia's would be one of the best experiences you could ever wish for if you're a follower of the beautiful traditional Catholic Mass. Don't worry if you have slipped behind with your Latin, they have booklets a the door that will explain everything. I hve never heard such a beautiful sermon and the people are very friendly. Please go and tnjoy the Holy Mass there, you will not be dissapointed
    Written August 13, 2021
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  • sharonpati
    Haddon Twp.138 contributions
    Clarkdale is what you expect from Sedona. Quaint, artsy and fun. A real nice feel. Shop, eat and celebrate in Clarkdale u won't be sorry.
    Written January 9, 2020
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  • Gerald B
    Redmond, OR97 contributions
    We spent a few minutes in this park while waiting for the Verde River Train tour. It was a hot day but the gentle breeze blowing through the shade trees brought much relief. Worth a stop.
    Written May 20, 2022
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  • AZventure
    9 contributions
    I came here with a friend and took an informative tour of the facility before doing a wine tasting of 6 varieties. I really appreciate the fact that the wine is 100% grown and produced on site by students. They turned out a fine product. The tasting room, patio and nearby vineyards are gorgeous, as well as views from the hillside overlooking the valley. This is a very unique experience and a must-try if you are in the area.
    Written July 5, 2022
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  • Eva S
    Phoenix, AZ417 contributions
    Lovely area along the Verde River. There is a small charge for entering / parking (on the honor system but we did see a truck there with signage from the site), but we assume the fee goes to maintain the area. It looked like a great place for water access to the river. We just walked around while my husband took photos of the foliage and the area. It is a nice stop for a Fall trip. Although we felt it was a discovery for us, there were several others photographing the area while we were there. There is a little picnic area and you can walk around easily -- down a little hill to get closer to the river but not difficult.
    Written November 24, 2019
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  • 2-Lane-Traveler
    Savage, MN924 contributions
    A delightful small museum, volunteers were very engaging. Especially the ex AT&SF division manager. The volunteers have done a nice job in still remote village.
    Written March 9, 2020
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  • alandO8351UH
    Luton, UK152 contributions
    A good selection of the past history of the railroad but not worth the a visit unless you are going on the railroad trip.
    Written February 20, 2020
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  • Milinda N
    Prescott, AZ178 contributions
    We took a picnic basket and sat on a blanket and enjoyed watching and listening to all of the birds. It's a very beautiful place to relax and spend some time enjoying Nature.
    Written August 20, 2018
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  • powaymccartys
    Poway, CA9 contributions
    Drove up State Road 89A from Jerome. It is a steep and windy drive but had great views. Mountain top has areas to park and enjoy the great views. We wanted to go to Mingus Lake but it was closed to vehicles since it is early in the season and there was some patches of snow throughout the mountain top. We elected not to due the 1 mi walk from the locked vehicle access road.
    Written March 20, 2021
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  • Eva S
    Phoenix, AZ417 contributions
    Good place to access or view the river, short walk from any of the several parking areas. Saw one gentleman fishing but not much activity on the river when we were there to see and photograph the Fall foliage. Lovely! We didn't see any picnic tables or benches along the river but maybe we missed them. Bring a chair? Would suggest going down the road to Tuzigoot to use the bathroom rather than the porta-potty, if you can wait out the drive. There are several trails.
    Written November 24, 2019
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