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Cornville is a rapidly growing suburban area that serves as a commuter town for nearby Sedona and Cottonwood. It is located along Oak Creek, a tributary of the Verde River.
Although Sedona is said to be be home to Northern Arizona's rich vineyards, those actually reside in the communities of Cornville and Page Springs.
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Finished subdivision including current public report with 26 finished lots, irrigated/non irrigated, including HOA common areas, 800 feet of Oak Creek frontage. Irrigation water rights also included. Owner becomes declarant. 33 approved wells, 4 existing... Read More
Corn, no. Small town America, yes. (The town's naming was a Federal Accident.)
The town is built on the banks of Oak Creek on the route it takes after leaving Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon. At an elevation of 3,500 feet it is about 15 degrees cooler year-round than Phoenix.
Cornville is located in an area known as Verde Valley, which in turn is known as "the other Grand Canyon". Verde Valley is surrounded by national forest and mountains, so great scenery abounds, along with the activities you would expect from national forests.
Distance from other cities are as follows:
This place defies the norm. It is a strange work of art that was built as a private residence. From both the outside and the inside it seems like it came from, not another time, but another world altogether. Click here if you don't believe us.
As of March 2017 it is not open to the public, but the caretakers are trying to garner support to birth a museum organization to care for and show it.
A collection of cliff dwellings carved into the rock many stories high. There are other Indian ruins in the area, but Montezuma Castle is the most popular. There are about 350,000 visitors to the site every year.
Montezuma Castle is located 22 minutes southeast near Camp Verde.
Located in Cornville, Windmill Park has the following amenities:
Other nearby attractions include the Out of Africa Wildlife Park in Camp Verde, the Verde Canyon Railroad in Clarkdale, and Sedona, AZ itself. Additionally, Cornville is home to no less than five vineyards.
Neither Cornville nor Page Springs are really incorporated towns. The name Cornville is a misspelling. Supposedly, the United States Post Office was requested to name it Coaneville in honor of a pioneer family, and somewhere along the line someone misspelled, misread, or misheard the name.
The area was once inhabited by the Sinagua Indians, though they vanished about 800 years ago and no one really knows where they went. One of their creations, Montezuma Castle, endures to this day and is visited by hundreds of thousands of people every year.
The Spaniards later came looking for gold, and in the early 1800's white settlers began migrating here, some also looking for gold.
Many more restaurants are available in Sedona (33 mins).
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