what are The Things to do in Cottonwood Arizona
located in the Verde Valley cottonwood arizona was founded in 1879 by charles d willard, and his mechanic Neff by the 1920s Cottonwood was called the biggest little town in Arizona, today Cottonwood is surrounded on all sides by mountains is surrounded on all sides by mountains and it houses many amazing landmarks.
Old Town Cottonwood
Visiting Town Cottonwood is best Things to do in Cottonwood Arizona, Town Cottonwood consists of over 60 businesses and sits near the Verde River allowing visitors and residents the luxury of camping picnicking horseback riding fishing.
old town jail
old town jail located on the north end across from avatar tattoo.
is a great place to spend time with the family just arriving there’s a skate park with many jumps and dips that provide much entertainment there is a little jungle gym for children to play on and a nice dirt area with Nets set up so that you can play any number of sports such as volleyball or badminton there are also fields for playing baseball or softball and a great view of Jerome on the mountain.
Yavapai community college
is located between Cottonwood and its neighboring town of clarkdale it neighboring town of clarkdale its neighboring town of clarkdale it provides aspiring college graduates with the chance of receiving an associate’s degree that they can transfer to any Arizona University they can then go on to receive a bachelor’s degree at any of the Arizona University’s or at the Yavapai College campus in Prescott about 50 miles away Yavapai Community College offers many courses both online and in classrooms.
horse ranch park
is located just Riverfront Park it is another family park in the area where you can go fishing relax in the gazebos or take fishing relax in the gazebos or take your children to the play area there are also places to camp such as spots to park RV’s and campers as well as actual cabins to camp in recreational activities also include hiking along the many beautiful paths hidden within the park for more information on cottonwood.