So Many Ways To Enjoy Your Stay!
Housed in the historic old Hotel Jerome, this impressive artists’ cooperative showcases the works of more than 30 local artists from the Verde Valley area. Learn more about the Jerome Artists Cooperative Gallery here.
Every first Saturday, the creative community of Jerome is pleased to host an evening of art, music and entertainment with open studios and galleries displaying local, regional and national artistic treasures. Learn more about Jerome Art Walk here.
A “must see” gallery of kaleidoscopes and glass art located on Main Street, Jerome since 1988. Nellie Bly is the largest dealer of kaleidoscopes in the world and features over 90 kaleidoscope artists. Learn more about Nellie Bly Kaleidoscopes here.
Ghost Town Tours offers both historic & haunted tours of the largest ghost town in America. Learn the fascinating history and mysteries of Jerome. Quite often, truth is stranger than fiction! Learn more about Ghost Town Tours here.
Visit Jerome’s Gold King Mine to explore vintage transportation, mining equipment, historic buildings and a Stamp Mill that was used for crushing ore. You’ll also find a working sawmill, a blacksmith shop with gold panning and a petting zoo for the kids. Learn more about The Gold King Mine here.
Located just minutes from Jerome, Old Town Cottonwood is known for its charming Main Street businesses that attract visitors and support local residents. Old Town Cottonwood is ideally situated near the Verde River, offering a variety of recreational activities to please everyone. Learn more about Old Town Cottonwood here.
Designed and built by Senator William Clark, Clarkdale was founded as a company town for the employees of the mines in Jerome. Today, Clarkdale is a vibrant town with friendly people, beautiful vistas, thriving small businesses and global industries. Learn more here.
Sedona, Arizona has become a mecca for spiritual healers, mountain bikers, hikers, artists, nature photographers, and even film makers. This vibrant and stunning town is host to an eclectic, unique culture unlike anywhere you’ve ever experienced. Learn more about Sedona here.
Located in beautiful central Arizona, the Verde Valley Wine Trail invites wine enthusiasts to experience a destination rich in history, beauty, and the production of exquisite Arizona wines. Learn more about the Verde Valley Wine Trail here.
Hop in one of Clarkdale Kayak Company’s top of the line, hard-shell kayaks and cruise down the scenic Verde River. Kayaking the Verde River in Clarkdale is an absolute blast! It’s a fun, interactive experience where you get to cool off and learn about the unique history of the Verde River. Learn more here.
Verde Canyon Railroad’s rare ribbon of rails runs through a dramatic high desert landscape adjacent to a precious riparian ecosystem. The scenic excursion first launched in 1990, offering a glimpse of this treasured landscape to visitors while providing an unforgettable encounter that transcends generations. Learn more about the Verde Canyon Railroad here.
Featuring mouth-waterin’ BBQ ribs and chicken and a toe-tappin, knee-slappin’ hour-long live Western stage production by award-winning musicians. Get fired up for fun! Learn more about the Blazin’ M Ranch here.
There are over 200 miles of bike friendly trails in the Verde Valley just waiting to test your skills! Slick rock, chutes, turns, climbs, loose and chunky stuff, flow trails, bike park with a million-dollar view, technical challenges, desert riding, and even riding in the junipers and pines with big red rock landscapes and stunning views at just about every turn. Learn more at The Verde Valley Cycling Coalition.
Considered the hiking center of Sedona, The Hike House offers all the elements that bring the Sedona hiking experience to life: Sedona Trail Finder, Hiking Footwear & Gear, On & Off Trail Apparel, Hiking Safety, Guided Adventures, free Hiking Clinics, and the hiker’s Energy Café. Learn more here.