Cloverleaf RV Village Welcomes Tiny Homes in Camp Verde, AZ.
Cloverleaf RV Village is an adult-only community on 15 acres in Camp Verde, Arizona. The village is on the Verde River by the Yavapai Apache Ag Ranch ( Cloverleaf Ranch). There are 10 spaces that overlook the Verde and are above the flood zone but close enough to hear the mesmerizing sounds of the river, 24 hours a day. Camp Verde has a population of less than 12,000 residents, has state of the art medical facilities, authentic Mexican cuisine, shopping and outdoor activities from bird watching, kayaking, hiking, hot springs, fishing , scenic horseback riding and the Out Of Africa Wildlife Park.
Camp Verde hosts an annual corn festival in July, sponsored and organized by Hauser and Hauser Farms. Other annual festivals include Fort Verde Days in October, the Pecan, Wine and Antiques Festival are in February and the Crawdad Festival is in June.
Camp Verde is located 86 miles north of Phoenix in Yavapai County.
Cloverleaf RV Village Desires To Build An Agricultural/ Artist Community
Cloverleaf RV Village is putting out the call for creative people who would love to build an agricultural/ artist community. They have a agri-tourism use permit which allows them to create various activities on the property. They want to encourage an agricultural community and will help put on small events if the residents are interested, such as farm stands, pumpkin patches, farm to table events, food trucks, etc., They will allow small farm animals such as goats and chickens.
Cloverleaf RV Village Allows: Must Have Insurance
DIY Tiny Homes
Cloverleaf RV Village Amenities And Cost
$600 A Month: Includes Water, Sewer, Garbage And Electric
Generous Lot Sizes: 25′ Wide: Can Accommodate Almost Any Length
Shared Community Garden Area
Gathering Area And Fire Pit
Community Sharing In Agr-tourism Businesses
Dog Friendly For Responsible Pet Owners
Camp Verde Town Council Approves Tiny Houses
On Oct. 24, 2018, the Camp Verde Town Council approved an agri-tourism use permit for a community of tiny houses on wheels, vintage recreational vehicles and agri-tourism events. The 15-acre parcel that would house the complex is owned by Camp Verde residents Carmen Howard and her husband David.
Article In Camp Verde Community News Click Here
What To Do In Camp Verde
To learn more about outdoor activities and this beautiful area in Arizona, check out VisitCampVerde.