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North-Central Arizona Sights

Fort Verde State Historic Park

  • 125 E. Hollamon St. Map It

Updated 04/16/2014

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The military post for which Fort Verde State Historic Park is named was built between 1871 and 1873 as the third of three fortifications in this part of the Arizona Territory. To protect the Verde Valley's farmers and miners from Tonto Apache and Yavapai raids, the fort's administrators oversaw the movement of nearly 1,500 Native Americans to the San Carlos and Fort Apache reservations. A museum details the history of the area's military installations, and three furnished

officers' quarters show the day-to-day living conditions of the top brass—it's a good break from the interstate if you've been driving for too long. Signs from any of Interstate 17's three Camp Verde exits will direct you to the 10-acre park.

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Sight Information

Address:

125 E. Hollamon St., Camp Verde, Arizona, 86322, United States

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Phone:

928-567–3275

Sight Details:

  • $5
  • Thurs.–Mon. 9–5

Updated 04/16/2014

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