- Fort Verde was the base for General Crook’s U.S. Army in the 1800’s.
- View artifacts from the frontier days in the park’s three museums.
- Watch a living history program to get a glimpse into Arizona’s history.
What can I do/see at Fort Verde State Historic Park?
Visit the park’s three historic house museums, all with original 1880’s furnishings and artifacts, and learn about frontier life.
The park also has regularly scheduled living history programs that depict the authentic life and times of the U.S. soldiers and their families living at the base.
Where is Fort Verde State Historic Park?
From Sedona, take Hwy 179 south to the I-17. Turn right to merge onto the I-17 south toward Phoenix. Take exit 287 for AZ-260 and turn left onto Finnie Flat Road. Turn left to stay on Finnie Flat Rd, turn left once again, the park will be on the right.
When is Fort Verde State Historic Park open?
Park is open 9am-5pm
How much does Fort Verde State Historic Park cost?
- Adult (age 14 and up): $7
- Youth (age 7-13): $4
- Child (0-6): Free
Who can I call if I have more questions?
(928) 567-3275 or visit their website.