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Buffalo Soldier Historic Sites Tour, Fort Huachuca, Arizona
Learn more about the renowned Buffalo Soldiers, the All-Black unit stationed on Fort Huachuca in the late 1800s through the turn of the 20th Century, by taking a tour on the Fort.
Scenic Flight for Two only $185!
Arizona is known for its diverse beauty, majestic desert landscapes and impeccable sunsets. There’s no better way to see our State's beauty than from the air!
Nestled in the heart of the Verde Valley, Clarkdale is about a half-hour drive from Sedona, 10 minutes from Jerome and is adjacent to the Tuzigoot National Monument – featuring an 800-year-old Singaua Indian Pueblo and 42 acres of breathtaking trails. The historic town is built on two mesas overlooking the Verde River, while newer sections climb up the Black Hills and toward nearby Cottonwood.
Home to the Verde Canyon Railroad which was laid out in 1914, Clarkdale contains multiple sites listed on the National register of Historic Places, including the original "company town" site, mining and smelter sites, the one-lane bridge on Broadway and the Clark Memorial Courthouse. In addition, Clarkdale houses a vibrant downtown featuring restaurants, bars, an art gallery and a beautiful park, complete with a nostalgic bandstand where summer evening concerts are held.
For Visitors Information:
900 Main Street
Clarkdale, AZ 86324
- County: Yavapai
- Year of Incorporation: 1912
- Elevation: 3,350
- Population: 3,999