Sunrise Resorts of Arizona: Page Springs


Description

Situated on the banks of beautiful Oak Creek in a storybook setting of old cottonwood trees and artesian streams, Sunrise Page Springs is truly a resort for the entire family. A scenic drive in the area that you won’t want to miss is the 54-mile-long stretch of SR 89A between Jerome and Flagstaff. Follow the steep, narrow road through Oak Creek Canyon where unusual rock formations and spectacularly colored trees add interest to the drive. Traveling in vehicles pulling trailers more than 20 feet long is not recommended.

Address:
1951 N. Page Springs Road
Cornville, Arizona 86325
United States
phone:
view phone(928) 634–4309
website:
Visit Website

Good to know
  1. Features
  1. Open year-round
  2. High-Use Seasonal Period: March 1 through April 30, September 15 through November 15
  3. Sites: 18 Full / 46 Partial
  4. Check in: 8 AM to 6 PM Check out: Noon
  5. Maximum Electrical: 30 amps
  6. Maximum RV Length: 40 ft.

Additional Information

AOR: Yes

ACN: No

RVA: Yes

Seasonal: No

Year-round: Yes

Amenities: This resort offers a clubhouse, fishing, hiking, horseshoes, and 24-hour security. Dump station.

Cabins & Park Models: Trailer, Sleeps 2, $30-$40 Reservation Requirements: Check in: 8 AM-6 PM Check out: 11 AM. Rental reservations are taken 8 AM-6 PM Mountain Time, Monday-Friday. Refundable cleaning deposit of $25 is required on all rentals. Cleaning deposit required at time of booking. Two nights minimum stay. Notes: Pets are allowed, but must be leashed. No pet pens. No pets in rentals. Linens not provided. No third vehicle allowed at site. Fifth wheel and truck, or motor home and one tow. Visitor mail addressed to: General Delivery, Cornville, AZ 86325

More Info: While in Flagstaff, be sure to visit the Riodan State Historic Park, home of the 40-room Riodan Mansion. The early 20th-century building was home to prominent lumbermen Timothy and Michael Riodan and their families. The rustic exterior and lavish interior with hand-crafted furniture and stained-glass windows are an interesting part of the tour. First settled in 1864 by prospectors, nearby Prescott is a resort community today. In the midst of the Prescott National Forest and surrounded by mountains, visitors can enjoy fishing, hiking, horseback riding, picnicking, and rockhounding in the area. Prehistoric and historic Southwestern Native American pieces, as well as Arizona pioneer artifacts and furniture, are displayed in the Sharlot Hall Museum in Prescott. Ceramics and other artifacts from the Fitzmaurice, King, and Tuzigoot ruins of Yavapai County are on display at the Smoki Museum, also in Prescott. Ceremonials and legends are depicted in the paintings in the museum.