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Why Move to Camp Verde

Camp Verde

Climate: The average elevation here is 3100 feet above sea level.

The Verde River, Clear Creek, and Wet Beaver Creek all meet and wind through sections of Camp Verde. The natives found this area great for growing crops and living. These lands have been irrigated for centuries by the natives and then the settlers after them. Because of the great abundance of water you will find this area is very green. Here irrigation rights and waterfront properties can be found among our real estate offerings. Waterfront property and irrigated properties are available to anyone that wants to grow crops for their family or to sell at the farmers markets in the area. This place is a true Oasis in the middle of the desert.

The irrigated pasture land has been a draw for those wanting a picture perfect equestrian estate.

Outdoor Recreation: Camp Verde is at the southernmost end of the Verde Valley, downstream, and is surrounded by the Mingus Mountains to the south and the Mogollon Rim to the north. Camp Verde has 18 miles of the Verde River that go through it. This is a really nice river to cool off in, kayak, canoe or lazily inner tube down. A web of urban trails leads to nearby bluffs with an occasional ancient cliff dwelling or pueblo. Camp Verde and the surrounding valley are home to five Arizona State Parks, with the Rocking River Ranch that is soon to be developed. There are plenty of trails for those that want to hike, mountain bike, horseback ride and so much more.

Camp Verde has a nice downtown area (our main office is located here). This area is great to enjoy the weather, shop at local shops, their are place antique stores, thrift stores, coffee shops, restaurants and so much more.

Contact us to find out more about the Camp Verde Area.