Dead Horse fees waived for Verde River Day
COTTONWOOD -- Verde River Day will be back Saturday, Sept. 29.
Arizona State Parks waives park entrance fees for all visitors attending the event. All activities are at no cost, thanks to many exhibitors and sponsors. Verde River Day promotes preservation and care of the environment by showcasing informative exhibits on the Verde's unique riparian habitat.
Some of the day's events include a Sculptural Hands on Earth's Art Gallery, speakers, a Climbing wall, organized canoe and kayak rides, sand castle building, and nature-based exhibits. Guests of all ages are welcome to fish in the lagoon loaded with hundreds of pounds of catfish. Poles, bait and tackle are provided for all ages and no fishing license is needed.
Visitors may also experience nature's history through guided nature walks. There will be a wide range of local entertainment throughout the day. Join the fun all day.
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