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BLACK CANYON 19600 East St. Joseph Rd • Black Canyon City, AZ 85324 623-374-5318 • Reservations: 800-562-5314 arizonakoa.com

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1 . Check-out time is 11:00 a.m. Reregister by 10:00 a.m. to stay past 11:00 a.m. 2. Quiet Hours are 10:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. 3. A speed limit of 5 MPH is strictly enforced. Motorcycles and quads/ATVs are to be used only for entry and exit at the park, NOT to be ridden around the campground. 4. Parents are responsible for their children’s actions and safety. Children under age 12 must be accompanied by an adult at the restrooms, pool and playground. 5. Shirts and shoes are required in the store (no wet bathing suits). 6. Alcoholic beverages may be consumed only at your site. 7. Washing of vehicles or RVs is not permitted on the campground. 8. Keep our campground neat and clean. Please use trash receptacles. 9. Pets are welcome. All pets must be kept on a leash controlled by owner when outside. No pets should be left unattended while at the campground. Dogs should be walked in the dog walk area. Please clean up after your pet. 10. Portable toilets must be dumped only at the dump station. 11. Accompany and supervise all children under age 16 at the pool. No children with diapers are allowed in the pool. THERE IS NO LIFEGUARD! Swimming rules are posted. No glass, smoking or pets are allowed in the pool area. 12. Generators are not to be operated at the campground. 13. No clotheslines are permitted, and no items are to be hung from tree branches. 14. No open fires and No ground fires are allowed. 15. Propane will not be sold after dark. 16. If any friends or family guests come to visit you, they must first come to the office to register and pay the guest fee. Guests are limited by management. 17. Any guest destroying or damaging property will be expected to make restitution. 18. Termination of tenancy can result from violation of any park rules or objectionable conduct and will be at the discretion of management. If evicted, there is no refund. 19. Please let us know of any condition requiring attention. 20. No structures are to be put onto sites without permission of management. 21. The campground management assumes no responsibility for accidents, injuries or losses from any cause. No refunds are given for unused days.

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HISTORY Black Canyon City has been known by several names, including Goddard, Goddards, Cañon and Black Canyon. Goddard’s was a stage stop on the Phoenix to Prescott line, a military stopover en route to Fort Whipple and Fort Verde during territorial days, and a supply center for mines in the southern Bradshaw Mountains. The area was first settled by Americans in the 1870s, and the area’s first post office was established as Cañon in May 1894, with postmaster Charles E. Goddard, and was discontinued in October 1899. It was reestablished in February 1903 and continued until November 1906. A famous early settler was Jack Swilling, who moved to the area in 1871. The walls of his ranch house, Swillings Cabin, still stands today and is the oldest building in the community. Excerpted from Wikipedia

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For thousands of Years, people have shared this beautiful region of Arizona with wildlife, and for good reason. The geographic area is small enough that you can base your trip in any of the cities mentioned below. Day 1: Tour ancient ruins and hike through sacred Native American lands. Start your trip at the stunning red rocks of Sedona, just two hours north of Phoenix. Today, visit Honanki and Palatki — large and beautiful ancient ruins with impressive displays of rock art. This afternoon, head out on the scenic Boynton Canyon Trail for a two-hour hike through the sacred Native American land. Next, enjoy a Jeep tour on the back roads of this beautiful Red Rock Country. Be sure to include time to enjoy the sunset at airport Road Overlook, and don’t forget your camera! Enjoy dinner at one of the many area restaurants and overnight at one of Sedona’s bed and breakfasts or luxury resorts. Day 2: Shop Sedona’s Tlaquepaque, then take a ride on the Verde Canyon Railroad. In the morning, visit Sedona’s local shops and galleries for Native American jewelry, pottery, crafts, rugs and gifts. Enjoy lunch at one of the internationally renowned restaurants. The view of Boynton Canyon alone is worth the visit! Drive to Clarkdale, where you will find the Verde Canyon Railroad train depot. In the afternoon, embark upon the four-hour train ride past Native American ruins and historic sites, watching for bald eagles, herons and other wildlife along the way. Afterward, drive a short distance to Blazin’ M Ranch for a cowboy supper and entertainment. Overnight in Cottonwood. Day 3: Discover ancient ruins at Montezuma Castle and Tuzigoot National Monument. Head over to Montezuma Castle to view this five-story, 20-room “castle,” which stands in a cliff recess 100 feet above the valley floor. Nearby is Montezuma Well, where you can climb down into the sinkhole (not the water) and see the caves and the outlet of the springs. Travel back to Cottonwood and visit Tuzigoot National Monument, an entire village centered on a pueblo that is two stories high and was built on a hill 120 feet above the Verde River. In the afternoon, take a one-hour horseback ride or try your luck at Cliff Castle Casino on the Yavapai-Apache Nation. Enjoy dinner at the casino. Overnight in Camp Verde. Day 4: Travel to Prescott for boating, fishing and historic fun. Take a leisurely drive south on Historic Highway 89A over Mingus Mountain to Prescott Valley. This beautiful road is visually and physically enclosed by the vegetation and canyon walls. Stop at one of the many breathtaking overlooks. Arrive in Prescott and spend time at one of the area lakes: Goldwater, Lynx, Watson, Willow Springs or Granite Basin. Fish, kayak, canoe, or, as did the miners who built Prescott (Arizona’s original state capital), spend time panning for gold in Lynx Creek. Dine at one of the many restaurants and microbreweries in historic downtown Prescott. Spend the evening saloon-hopping on Whiskey Row. Overnight in Prescott. Day 5: Go from Victorian homes to the futuristic city of Arcosanti. Take the walking tour of Victorian homes and visit the Smoki Museum to explore Native American history, then move on to the Phippen Museum for one of the state’s best displays of Western art. Or, if museums and history aren’t what you’re after, you can play a leisurely round of golf on any of five public courses. Drive east to Cordes Junction and visit architect Paolo Soleri’s futuristic city, Arcosanti. Afterward, head back to Sedona or the Verde Valley. If you’re making your way down to the Greater Phoenix area, be sure to stop at the Rock Springs Café in Black Canyon City and try the pie. We guarantee you’ll buy one to take with you!

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