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Verde Canyon Railroad

Contact Info
300 North Broadway
Clarkdale, AZ 86324

Toll-Free:
800-320-0718
Basics
Activities:
Rail Tours,
Sightseeing

Description

On the Verde Canyon Railroad passengers have a unique opportunity to view Sinagua Indian ruins, a monocline fold, pass through a 680 ft. man-made tunnel, and traverse the North Verde River, home to a variety of endangered and endearing waterfowl and wildlife.

The land traveled by the Railroad provides the only way possible to view a unique and protected wilderness preservation.

The train engines' beautiful eagle artwork was painted by wildlife and landscape artist, Doug Allen.

The Railroad depot has a cafe, gift store & mini-museum.

To get there, take I-17 to exit 287 to Highway 260 West (Approximately 14 miles to 4th traffic light). Turn left at Main Street/Hwy 89A. Follow Main Street through Cottonwood past the Tuzigoot turn off. Verde Canyon Train Depot directional sign is on the road.

Click here to book a trip online with the Verde Canyon Railroad

Details

Activity Type:
Rail Tours
Sightseeing

Map + Directions

Basic Directions
I-17 exit 287 to Highway 260 West (Approximately 14 miles to 4th traffic light). Turn left at Main Street/Hwy 89A. Follow Main Street through Cottonwood past the Tuzigoot turn off. Verde Canyon Train Depot directional sign is on the road.
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