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Other Spellings

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Camp Verde, AZ

Time Zone & Current Time

Camp Verde, AZ lies within the Mountain Standard Time (or MST). The current time in Mountain Standard Time is 10:45 PM on 09/03/2015.
Camp Verde, AZ

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Camp Verde, AZ

Population Demographics

Household Income
$42k
Home Value
$286k
Age
41 years old
Gender
50% male
Local Ethnicity
Caucasian
Ethnicity Ratio
85%
Occupation
Sales

About Camp Verde, AZ

Camp Verde (Western Apache: Gambúdih) is a town in Yavapai County, Arizona, United States. According to 2006 Census Bureau estimates, the population of the town is 10,610. The 42.6 sqmi town is intersected by I-17, extending 8 mi to the West and 10 mi to the East of the interstate. Three freeway exits provide local access: Exits 285, 287, and 289. The Town's Historic Downtown is approximately 1 mi from I-17 and contains a grocery store, physician facilities, shopping, dining, historical museum, Fort Verde State Historic Park, chamber of commerce/visitor center and town offices. Tourist attractions include Montezuma Castle National Monument, Fort Verde State Historic Park, and Out of Africa. The Cliff Castle Casino, operated by the Yavapai-Apache Nation Indian tribe, is an important gambling destination for north and central Arizona. The town hosts an annual corn festival in July, sponsored and organized by Hauser and Hauser Farms. Other annual festivals include Fort Verde Days (October); the Pecan, Wine and Antiques Festival (February); and the Crawdad Festival (June). For the past several years, the town has also been the site of the annual Highland Games, the largest exhibition of Scottish culture in Northern Arizona. (more on Wikipedia)