The Sedona Verde Valley Visitor Info Kit includes the following brochures, booklets, flyers and information - total of 19 items:
1x brochure about the entire Sedona Verde Valley region (incl. regional map) 3x pieces about Sedona 1x Cottonwood 1x Camp Verde 1x Clarkdale 1x Jerome 1x Out of Africa Wildlife Park 1x Verde Canyon Railroad 1x Blazin´M Ranch 1x Cliff Castle Casino 1x Fort Verde State Historic Park(added on 12AUG11) 1x National Monuments: Montezuma Castle & Well and Tuzigoot (added on 12AUG11) 1x Dead Horse Ranch State Park(back in stock as of 19MAR13) 1x Verde Valley Archaeology Center (added on 28APR13) 1x Palatki Heritage Site(out of stock as of 14MAR13, not included for the time being) 1x V Bar V Heritage Site(out of stock as of 14MAR13, not included for the time being)
1x info sheet with the most important contacts and resources
One Sedona Verde Valley regional brochure (letter-sized, bi-fold, 6 panels). Includes a regional map with major roads and shows the location of primary highlights. List of attractions (things to see) and available activities (what to do). A must have if you plan to drive around on your own!
One “Experience Sedona Guide”. Magazine style. Approx. 55 pages. Detailed information about where to stay and shop, what to do and things to see in Sedona. Includes a lodging and dining guide. Also available to view online. Go to VisitSedona.com and click on the "Experience Sedona Guide" option on home page (middle top). One Sedona fold-out brochure (rack-sized, 8-panels) Sedona at a glance. Quick overview of major attractions and highlights in and around Sedona.
One Sedona direction rackcard - driving directions to Sedona coming from Phoenix.
One Jerome brochure (letter-sized, bi-fold, 6 panels). About the early years, the Ghost City and today´s Jerome. One Clarkdale rack-card: quick info about the location and things to see in and around Clarkdale. One Camp Verde brochure (big fold out brochure with 24 panels): Detailed description of all attractions and activities in and around Camp Verde. One Cottonwood & Verde Valley Visitor Guide (rack-sized booklet with 30+ pages). Detailed description of all attractions and activities in and around Cottonwood and the entire Verde Valley. Also includes information about the vineyards and wineries and about the "Verde Valley Wine Trail." One Out of Africa Park brochure (rack-sized, 8 panels). 104 wilderness acres with 400 animals from around the world.Information about the shows and descriptions of animals featured inside the park. One Verde Canyon Railroad brochure (rack-sized, 12 panels): Scenic, narrated train ride. Descriptions of all the things to see and experience during this “Arizona´s longest running nature show”. One Blazin’M Ranch brochure (rack-sized, 6 panels): Chuckwagon supper and live Western stage show. Includes list of shops inside this authentically-replicated Western Town and talks about all the fun things to do inside the Ranch. One Cliff Castle Casino rack card (letter-sized, 4 panels): Voted Arizona’s best and most favorite casino for 11 years in a row. Describes gaming, dining and lodging options.
One Fort Verde State Historic Park rack card: talks about the history of the Fort and describes what to see in the 3 historic house museums; park hours and location; park programs.
One National Monuments fold-out brochure (8 panels): About Montezuma Castle, Montezuma Well and Tuzigoot. Montezuma Castle is the best preserved Native Indian cliff dwelling in North America. Montezuma Well features a 1,000 year old irrigation ditch (wander the trails!). Tuzigoot National Monument is an ancient village with pueblos built by a culture known as the Sinagua. The brochure talks about the history of each monument and includes a map of the 3 National Monuments and 5 State Parks located in the Sedona Verde Valley region.
One info brochure about Dead Horse Ranch State Park in Cottonwood (bi-fold, 3 panels): describes the things to see inside the park and informs about trails and camping; includes a detailed map with camping sites and trails. (back in stock as of 19MAR13)
One rack card about the Verde Valley Archaeology Center in Camp Verde (printed front and back): describes how the museum explores the ancient cultures and what is shown on the exhibit; with location on a map; refers to local related events.
One Palatki Heritage Site rack card (printed front and back): includes a map of the location and describes what to see and how to get there. Shows very nice images of the petroglyphes. States opening hours and addresses recommended reservation procedures. (out of stock as of 14MAR13, not included for the time being)
One V Bar V Heritage Site rack card (printed front and back): includes a map of the location and describes what to see and how to get there. Shows very nice images of the petroglyphes. States opening hours. (out of stock as of 14MAR13, not included for the time being)
One flyer with “Contacts & Resources”: Provides complete contact information for primary attractions plus the 5 Visitor Centers and Tourism Bureaus in Sedona, Cottonwood, Camp Verde, Clarkdale and Jerome.
The Sedona Verde Valley Tourism Council is a non-profit alliance of the Chambers of Commerce and Tourism Bureaus of Sedona, Cottonwood, Camp Verde, Clarkdale and Jerome in northern Arizona.
If you would like to receive a visitor information kit please contribute $5.56 for U.S. domestic and $21.12 for Canada and $25.29 for international (incl. Mexico) mailings.
Your visitor information kit will be mailed to you within 5 business days of receipt of your payment. Please allow an additional 3-4 days for the shipment to be delivered to you within the U.S. (up to 10 days for international mailings).
USA only U.S. Domestic Mailing Address contribution: US $ 5.56
You can use your PayPal account or your credit or debit card as form of payment. Simply click on Donate to get started and follow the 4 easy steps. We will mail the kit to the address automatically transmitted to us with your payment process. If you would like for us to mail the visitor info kit to a different address, please e-mail us to Mail@SVVTC.org immediately after your donation. We also recommend that you advise us of your phone-number so that we can get in touch with you, if there is an issue with your address. The donations coordinator for the Sedona Verde Valley Tourism Council is Susan E. Boehnstedt. You will see her name on your statement. You can reach Susan at Mail@SVVTC.org or call 1-877-467-8882, if you have any questions.