Things To Do In Cottonwood

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  • Rendezvous
    You won't be disappointed at Cottonwood's Rendezvous, where well-prepared eats and delicious drinks rule the menu. It s best to save your lighter eating habits for another day, though, as low-fat is not featured on the menu here. Rendezvous' fully stocked bar is a perk for patrons who enjoy a fine wine (or more) with their meal. From cheap drinks to good eats, Rendezvous' happy hour is a steal. Seating is readily available at Rendezvous for those with large parties. Rendezvous provides seasonal outdoor seating — be sure to grab a chair before it's too late. If crowds aren't your thing, it's best to visit Rendezvous during the slower weekday hours. Good luck spotting a suit and tie at Rendezvous — casually-dressed diners are the norm here. In addition to street parking, there is a lot right around the corner, so finding a space shouldn't be an issue for drivers dining at the restaurant. Expect your bill at Rendezvous to come in at around $30 per person.
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    777 N Main St
    Cottonwood, AZ US
  • AZ Rhythm & Ribs
    There are a lot of words one can use to describe barbecue sauce. Some are sweet, some spicy, and some tangy. But at the AZ Rhythm & Ribs festival, only one adjective matters: best. The KCBS Competition takes all comers, restaurant and solo operation alike, to vie for the best barbecue title in the categories of chicken, pork ribs, pork, and beef brisket. Other awards include best dry beans, best sauce, best dessert, and the Anything Goes award, given to a chef who makes the best side dish. Guests vote for their choice with samples—some included with entry—and cleanse their palate between bites with micro-brewed beers from all over the country. Meanwhile, country and southern rock stars make tunes as zesty as the savory stars of the show.
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    10905 East Pear Tree Drive
    Cornville, AZ US
  • Ghost Town Tours
    Jerome, Arizona, started as a copper mine on a rocky outcrop in 1876. Over the next few years, churches, railroads, and schools sprang up along the side of Josephine Hill, forming a small town that still flourishes to this day. But in that long history, this mining town saw its share of fascinating and dark events. Ghost Town Tours takes groups through the historic and mysterious places in Jerome, sharing stories about what it was like to be a miner at the turn of the century and exploring the spooks that still haunt its streets. Tours stop by Jerome?s first radio station, the remains of two local mines, the ?sliding jail,? and the haunted high school, where kids get to go home early once it starts raining ectoplasm.
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    557 Main Street
    Jerome, AZ US
  • Arizona Trail Horse Adventures
    The guides at Trail Horse Adventures lead sightseers on horseback rides through Dead Horse Ranch State Park and the Verde Valley. Horse and rider traverse a variety of terrain, crossing barren riverbeds, trotting through high desert, or pondering the duality of cottonwood trees, all while absorbing the beautiful scenery of their surroundings. The trails pose numerous opportunities to spot the wild animals indigenous to the region, including great blue heron, black hawks, beavers, and mule deer. On the 180-minute Monument Loop Trail, peeled peepers can spot the Tuzigoot National Monument, which displays the remains of a Native American pueblo.
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    675 Dead Horse Ranch Rd.
    Cottonwood, AZ US
  • Sedona Adventure Tours
    The guides at Sedona Adventure Tours coax visitors out to explore the rugged wilderness and rolling terrain of the Verde River Valley. Suited for guests of all experience levels, they know the Verde River well, providing add-ons to enhance their Verde River trips for an additional fee such as wine tours, horseback rides, ATV excursions, train tickets, cowboy dinners, ghost town tours, zipline tours and Out of Africa tickets. Their Verde River trips put guests at the helm of inflatable ducky kayaks which, thanks to their stability and light weight, are easy to navigate through the shady bends and past sweeping desert vistas.
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    921 Main St.
    Clarkdale, AZ US
  • THAT Brewery - Cottonwood
    THAT Brewery supplies its many original craft beers to bars and liquor stores in the area, but one of the best places to enjoy the brews is in the Cottonwood production facility. The large space is set up for guests, using the space between equipment to place tables with board games, and even a cornhole set up. The Brewery doesn't have a kitchen, but allows food to be ordered in. Additionally, there are some exclusive beers not available at other THAT locations, such as THAT Blacked Out IPA, brewed to turn its west coast hops complex, dark, and bitter.
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    300 E Cherry St.
    Cottonwood, AZ US

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