Give Us A Call: 928-634-8083

Overview

Here in the beautiful Verde Valley, El Rio de Oro Mobile Home Park is an age 55+ community located just a few minutes from the historic town of Cottonwood, AZ. From just about anywhere in the park you can see the Mingus and Woodchute mountains and on clear days, you can see the historic town of Jerome! Spend your days wandering around the antique stores of Cottonwood, golfing at all the courses in the area, two of which are just minutes away, or sightseeing on the Verde Canyon railroad. Historic Old Town Cottonwood also offers plenty of great dining options.

El Rio do Oro has a small-town, family feel. Our staff and residents take pride in the park and they work together to keep their homes looking very nice with landscaped trees, flowers and water fountains. The clubhouse is located in the middle of the park and is the focus of daily happenings. The park also has a beautiful fishpond where you can relax and take in a little bird-watching. Most of the residents have been here 5 years or longer and have made a point in telling us that they plan to stay!

Community Amenities

  • Laundromat
  • Swimming pool
  • Library
  • Clubhouse
  • Shuffleboard
  • Nearby shopping
  • Bus access to shopping and restaurants
  • Billiard room
  • Community kitchen
  • Picnic area
  • Rubbish removal
  • Water and sewer

Map


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Address
El Rio de Oro Mobile Home Park
325 West Highway 89A
Cottonwood, AZ 86326
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Staff
Tina Hensley , Park Manager
Mobile: 928-380-5804
Fax: 928-634-8083
Office & Fax: 928-634-8083

Contact us

Office Hours
9:00am – 4:00pm

Things to do in Cottonwood:

Cottonwood, Arizona is the place to go if you’re looking for something different. Located in Yavapai County, between Prescott and Sedona, Cottonwood is surrounded by jagged mountains on the south, east and west, and to the north by mesas and buttes. Named for the beautiful Cottonwood trees that grow along the Verde River, the town has grown from a small farming community to the Verde Valley’s population center.

The small town of Cottonwood is a quiet community with convenient shopping, hotels, and restaurants, and a picturesque Historic Old Town, complete with high sidewalks and false fronted buildings that lend to the old west atmosphere. Situated in the center of the Verde Valley, Cottonwood is the ideal spot to stay while visiting other area attractions. You will find so much to do in this part of central Arizona, such as visiting ancient Indian ruins, historic parks and landmarks and ghost towns.

Area Guides & Transportation

Nearby Attractions & Activities

  • Montezuma Castle – Over 600 years old, the 5 story-high Montezuma Castle Sinagua Indian Ruins is one of Arizona’s most magnificent cliff dwellings. (928) 567-3322
  • Montezuma Well National Monument  – This large limestone sink hole was created by the collapse of an underground cave. Prehistoric Indians used it as a source of irrigation. (928) 567-4521
  • Tuzigoot National Monument – This 110-room pueblo was a bustling community for the Sinagua Indians. (928)634-5564
  • Fort Verde Historic State Park – Spanning from 1865 to 1890, it’s the best-preserved Indian Wars period fort in Arizona. (928)567-3275
  • Dead Horse Ranch State Park – A camping and recreation area on 320 acres along the Verde River that offers hiking trails, biking, birding, 3 lagoons, Verde River rare riparian area and horseback riding. The Valley Verde Birding and Nature Festival is held every year at Dead Horse Ranch State Park in Cottonwood, Arizona. Enjoy guided walks, workshops, tours, trail rides, train rides, presentations, song and scenery during this family-friendly educational opportunity to explore what is new in the birding world.  (928) 634-5283
  • Oak Creek Canyon – Winds its way around huge red rock monoliths, sculptured spires and other natural wonders for 16 miles along State Route 89. (928) 282-4119
  • Slide Rock State Park – Natural waterslide in Oak Creek Canyon that propels visitors into a natural pool, near historic Pedley Homestead and apple orchard. (928) 282-3034
  • V-Bar-V Ranch Petroglyph Site  – The largest known petroglyph site in the Verde Valley. (928) 606-0560 or (928) 282-4119
  • Jerome State Park – Revived Ghost Mining Town – Today, it’s a thriving artist community with shops and restaurants, has a popular 1st Saturday of the month art walk. (928) 634-5381
  • Grand Canyon National Park – (928) 638-7888
  • Out Of Africa Wildlife Theme Park – (928) 567-2840
  • Verde Canyon Railroad – (800) 320-0718
  • Blazin M’ Ranch Dinner & Cowboy Show – (800) 937-8643

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Planned Community Events

  • Exercise classes
  • Potlucks
  • Pancake breakfasts
  • Social club coffee
  • Ladies luncheon
  • Card night
  • Game night
  • Ponytail Canasta