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A 2012 Centennial Town

"A Place That Makes Sense"

 

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HOURS OF OPERATION:

Monday - Thursday

8:00am - 5:30pm

Friday

8:00am - 12:00pm

Closed Saturday & Sunday

ADDRESS:

P.O. Box 308

39 North Ninth Street

Clarkdale, AZ 86324

PHONE:

(928) 639- 2400

Fax:  (928) 639-2409

TTY: 1-800-367-8939

 

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 Verde River @ Clarkdale

 

The Verde River @ Clarkdale project is a pivotal part of the Town’s

Sustainable Clarkdale vision. Clarkdale’s vision with this project

is to protect, preserve and restore the river and its habitat while

honoring existing water rights, enhancing the public’s experience

and improving the economy of Clarkdale.


Since the project’s inception in 2011, the Town of Clarkdale has

greatly expanded public river access on the Verde River @ Clarkdale,

including site improvements at the 69-acre Tuzigoot River Access

Point (located at 15 E. Tuzigoot Road) and the June, 2014 opening

of the 110-acre Lower TAPCO River Access point (located at 3400

Sycamore Canyon Road).


A 12-month master planning project that focuses on site amenities

at the two river access points is expected to conclude in mid-2015.

The Master Plan will guide the Town’s efforts to secure funding from

outside sources to continue making improvements at the sites.
Visitors to the Verde River @ Clarkdale enjoy kayaking the 3 miles of

river between the Lower TAPCO RAP and the Tuzigoot RAP. Other

popular activities include fishing, hiking, picnicking, bird watching,

photography, swimming/wading, and wildlife watching.
 

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The Verde River -

A Treasured Resource

Lower TAPCO

River Access Point

Tuzigoot

River Access Point

Verde River

Ambassadors


 

2015 RIVER RUNNER OUTFITTERS APPLICATION

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