Take a break and follow Highway 179 south back to Interstate-17 to the Camp Verde exit 289. Slots, poker, keno and bingo await you in this gaming ... More
Cliff Castle Casino
Take a break and follow Highway 179 south back to Interstate-17 to the Camp Verde exit 289. Slots, poker, keno and bingo await you in this gaming facility owned and operated by the Yavapai-Apache. There are conference facilities, lodging, multiple restaurants and live entertainment. For families, the 20-lane bowling facility offers safe fun and an onsite Johnny Rockets diner. Nearby attractions include ancient cliff dwellings and ruins at Montezuma's Castle and Well.
My husband and I visited Cliff Castle in April of 2005 on our way to the Grand Canyon. We stayed two nights and found it very enjoyable and the people were great. We are headed for Sedona next month and are planning to stay at Cliff Castle for a few nights. One night on the way and two nights coming back. We played the slots and didn't do to bad. We ate at the Casino and the food was great and the service was quick. Don't miss seeing Montezuma Castle. It is amazing. We will be exploring more of the area this time around.
Saw roadrunners for the very first time right outside our patio doors in the early morning. Yes, they do move fast!
Visit the ruins of a once prosperous community of the ancient Sinagua. One of the best preserved cliff dwellings in
North America, the Montezuma's Castle boasts five stories and 20 rooms. Inhabited more than 600 years ago, much of ...
Cliff Castle Casino's fine dining venue is designed to replicate a cave dwelling, with jagged rock walls and diffused lighting.
The table settings are Southwestern formal, with starched cloths and fine china, making this an unusual, though strangely appealing ...
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