Verde Ranch ‘on track’ for Aug. 1 opening
CAMP VERDE – Verde Ranch RV Resort, the 402-unit recreational vehicle complex located on the northwest side of I-17 and SR 260, is “on track” for opening on its Aug. 1 target date, said Lisa Harold, chief operating officer with Contemporary Resorts and Residences.
Harold said Contemporary Resorts and Residences has sold “quite a bit of packages” to folks interested in taking advantage of the resort’s early bird special.
“There’s a lot of excitement, Harold said. “They love the Camp Verde location.”
Verde Ranch is getting calls from travelers from Oregon, Washington, Idaho, even as far away as Florida, Harold said.
“Quite a bit of group interest,” she said. “It can be a challenge [for travelers] to find room for 10 people. Here, large groups can book their stays, their family reunions.”
Each of Verde Ranch’s 40-foot, 60-foot and 75-foot full hook-up sites will be between 30 and 35 feet wide.
The RV sites will have 50 AMP service, and will include Wi-Fi and cable. Options include riverfront sites, pull through or back in, deluxe pull-through or deluxe back-in, as well as fire pits and picnic tables.
For travelers without an RV but who like the community feel, Verde Ranch will also have 16 vacation rentals – cottages – along the Verde Ditch.
With three different floor plans, each of the 399-square-foot cottages will either be studio, one bedroom or two bedroom.
“With the scarcity of quality resorts, we hope to change that with what we’re bringing to the market,” said Ryan Day, National MH/RV Resorts Acquisitions & Development for Provident Real Estate Ventures, the parent company for Contemporary Resorts and Residences.
Verde Ranch RV Resort is located at 1105 N. Dream Catcher Drive in Camp Verde.
Also visit https://www.verderanchrvresort.com for more information.
Provident also owns property on Finnie Flat Road near SR 260 and is looking to develop the land. At this time, Harold said, no contracts have been signed.
“Right now we’re doing the preliminary infrastructure work on the land,” Harold said. “We’re engaging with manufacturers and we’re discussing the look and the feel of the [proposed] community.”