Outdoorsmen never tire of Camp Verde's unsurpassed beauty and recreational opportunities. Because the town consists of fields of flat river-plain, crossed by the
18 miles of the Verde River ribboning through our borders, we have the ideal topography for farmers, cattlemen, hunters and fishermen alike. The river alone attracts wildlife like bald eagles, hawks, blue heron, beavers and otters.
And thanks to tributaries, residents can take advantage of rare opportunities to canoe, kayak and fish in a desert climate.
Desert hills and mesas situated just before the mountain ranges in the distance offer hikers, horseback riders, and four-wheelers a paradise. Most of the land surrounding Camp Verde is public, administered by the U.S. Forest Service.
Within city limits, residents take advantage of a community swimming pool, soccer and baseball fields, a skateboard park and numerous picnic sites.
No wonder we're called "Arizona's best kept little secret!"
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