This charming bed and breakfast is run by Nancy and Jerry who both love meeting new people looking to explore Clarkdale. The bed and breakfast offer comfortable accommodations with incredible views of the surrounding Verde Valley.
This 1914 building was originally used as a boarding house for unmarried local miners. Today the building is an apartment/hotel fit for any history buff and visitors looking for a novel experience in Clarkdale.
Visitors can spend a night in one of the 7 rooms this newly renovated 1915 building holds. These spacious accommodations are located in the heart of Clarkdale with easy access to nearby attractions like wineries and Smelter Town Brewery.
Perhaps the most famous historic legend of Clarkdale is the 1928 Bank Robbery. A wild shootout occurred, but who fired the fatal shot? Each year, local community members transition into characters of the past to reenact this historic event.
Each year the Clarkdale Historical Society & Museum hosts a tour of company houses, built by the United Verde Copper Co. between 1913 and 1930. Locals open up their historic homes and buildings for a guided experience of the town’s history.
The Clarkdale Historical Society & Museum is dedicated to preserving Clarkdale’s spirit and has preserved remarkable archives from throughout the town’s rich history. They also host free monthly public tours of the Clark Memorial Clubhouse
One of Clarkdale’s best-kept secrets, this purple train caboose parked on the corner of Main Street doubles as the region’s most coveted pastry shop. Locals line up daily for Violette’s delicious pastries, breakfast, and lunch options!
This sustainable structure houses a fermentation room, barrel-aging rooms, and a tasting room that showcases award-winning, student-crafted wines. Sales go to the college’s viticulture and enology program and the Southwest Wine Center.
Chateau Tumbleweed is the brainchild of two husband-and-wife teams. This experienced crew is known to not take themselves too seriously, which is evident in the playful atmosphere of their tasting room overlooking the Red Rocks.
Serving lunch and dinner, the location offers house-made pizza, burgers, hot sandwiches, or delicious daily entree specials. You can dine in the restaurant, get your food “to-go”, or enjoy it next door at the 10-12 Lounge.