The Well is a natural limestone sinkhole fed by an underground spring with approximately 1.5 million gallons of water per day. Sinagua cliff dwellings line the rim of the Well. Remains of several pithouses can be found near the Well.
Petroglyph and Archaeology sites can be found throughout the Verde Valley, but Beaver Creek has some of the best sites in Arizona. The V Bar V Ranch, Montezuma Castle and Well National Monuments are among some of the most interesting and well preserved sites in Northern Arizona., right here in our backyard! The V Bar V is the largest known petroglyph site in the Verde Valley, consisting of 1,032 petroglyphs on 13 panels created by the Sinaqua.
Montezuma Castle is one of the best preserved cliff dwelling in North America. Occupied by the prehistoric Sinaqua Indians between approximately 1100 and 1425 AD
Sycamore park, just a half a mile away provides public access to Wet Beaver Creek in Lake Montezuma. Visitors can use the covered pavilions and fire pits for fun cookout picnics with family and friends in the park.
Beaver Creek Inn is less than half mile to the community's public access of Wet Beaver Creek at Sycamore Park. The creek at this point is good for creek walking, quiet meditation or just taking a quick splash to cool off in warm summer months
Take a brief walk down to Lake Montezuma and catch a beautiful Arizona sunset while feeding the many birds, ducks, geese and swans that call the lake their home.
Lions and tigers and bears - Oh Yes - and much more. A wildlife adventure park and zoo for all ages. Get a great educational experience mixed with family excitement and entertainment. The park features Zip Line runs, Tiger Splash shows and African Safari park tours. The park is open daily, rain or shine
Arizona's best horseback riding adventure and cattle ranch open to the public. Featuring Backcountry, Ridge and Canyon trail rides, cowboy lunch and dinner cook-outs and a taste of the lifestyle of a traditional Arizona ranch. The M Diamond Ranch provides the only horseback tour rides permitted by the Red Rock Ranger District in Coconino National Forest. Group and private tours available.
The wolf sanctuary has raised and rescued different types of wolves. The Lodge offers lessons on wolf behavior and the history of each wolf in addition to their "medicine" and healing energy. Visitors are allowed to go into their habitat and interact with them. Visits by appointment only.
There are literally dozens of trails in and around Rimrock. Many hiking and Forest Service websites provide up to date trail maps and hiking information for your comfort and safety. Popular trails in the Beaver Creek area include Bell, Apache Maid, Wickiup Mesa and Walker Basin trails. Many more are located throughout Sedona.
The "Crack" at Wet Beaver Creek in the Wet Beaver Creek Wilderness area and the Coconino National Forest Beaver Creek Picnic and Day Use area both have excellent swimming hole spots without the crowds of nearby Sedona.
Take a canoe or inflatable kayak adventure tour down the Verde River with experienced tour guides with Sedona Adventure Tours. River tours not your thing, then schedule one of several jeep tours offered by Red Rock Western Jeep Tours or Pink Jeep Tours.
There are more than 20 wine tasting rooms located throughout the Verde Valley including Camp Verde, Cottonwood, Clarkdale, Jerome, Cornville and Sedona. As drinking and driving don't mix, the Inn is happy to help you arrange for pick up by your designated driver or tour guide for a safe start and end to your tasting adventure.
The Verde Valley is host to a number of wineries and vineyards, several located in our neighboring communities of Cornville/Page Springs and Camp Verde. In Camp Verde, be sure to visit Alcantara, Salt Mine Wine and Clear Creek Winery. The Page Springs area features Page Springs Cellars, Oak Creek Vineyards, Javelina Leap and DA Ranch.
the Verde Brewing Company, located in Camp Verde, is a Farm - to - Mug Brewery creating handcrafted beers with local ingredients grown in the Verde Valley. Oak Creek Brewing Company, located in Sedona's Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village, is an award winning brewer, crafting beers in the Valley for over 20 years
Local performers can be found playing at events, pubs and restaurants throughout the Verde Valley, including those located in Rimrock, Cornville, Page Springs and Camp Verde. Sedona also offers an array of lounge venues featuring live entertainment.
Voted the #1 Casino in Northern Arizona several years running, Cliff Castle offers fun for all ages. In addition to 24/7 gaming, you'll find a bowling alley, Kids Quests, 4 restaurants and state of the art music and concert venues.
The Dragonfly Lounge at Cliff Castle Casino offers first rate live entertainment every weekend with no cover charge. In addition to Dragonfly, the Casino features a large concert pavilion, hosting national and international acts several times throughout the year.