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An Arizona treasure past, present and future!

Historical Page Springs Road is a beautiful, winding country road that travels 7 miles along... read more

Reviewed 1 March 2017
Cornville, Arizona
Lots of Cottonwoods

A drive thru the valley was enjoyable. All those Cottonwoods make the valley "very green." Of... read more

Reviewed 26 August 2016
Phoenix, Arizona
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1 Mar 2017
“An Arizona treasure past, present and future!”
26 Aug 2016
“Lots of Cottonwoods”
Cornville, AZ
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Reviewed 1 March 2017

Historical Page Springs Road is a beautiful, winding country road that travels 7 miles along beautiful Oak Creek. 3 wineries, a fine restaurant, Arizona's largest fish hatchery, camping, and beautiful Black Hawk Trail for birders!

Thank Tambrala
Reviewed 26 August 2016

A drive thru the valley was enjoyable. All those Cottonwoods make the valley "very green." Of course, now there are a few wineries to add to the experience. There is a Fish Hatchery along the drive - we did not stop. I think a scenic...More

Thank az2woodridge
Reviewed 31 March 2016

Excellent area for people to enjoy and relax. Good side stop from Sedona or Jerome. Close to I-17. I would recommend and will return.

1  Thank Curtez151
Reviewed 30 June 2015

We enjoyed our membership at the Page Springs winery for a year. We like the small country atmosphere of the tasting room - they have very good food, a bit on the pricey side, but fun. Wines are decent - we did not reup for...More

Thank ArizonaRoseLady
Reviewed 1 June 2015

Previously visited the Page Springs Cellars for wine tasting. It was a delightful experience so we knew we would like to return to the area.

Thank Arnold V
Reviewed 23 May 2015

Its your choice with this area. Drive through the valley for a scenic drive and be surrounded by a lush Arizona riparian area or stop at the wineries. Stop at the wineries, drink great wine and an enjoy a rare gem in Arizona where water...More

Thank LeenieAZ
Reviewed 6 February 2015

Scenic drive so stop by Paige sprin winery. First time for Arizona was which turned out to be very good. Scenic setting where you can also have a light bite. Reasonably priced wines

Thank Lisa B
Reviewed 4 January 2015

Page Springs Road is a very leisurely drive along vineyards and farms. Enjoy the drive and stop at the small wineries to taste. Up The Creek is an excellent choice to grab a bite to eat along your way.

Thank Tetontails
Reviewed 16 October 2014

So peaceful. The beauty takes your breath away. Wish I could live there. I traveled with my 2 dogs from Overland Park, KS. A lovely trip, I was not prepared for the beauty of this area. There is nothing that I didn't like.

Thank djenkins1944
Reviewed 3 July 2013

Page Springs Road is fifteen minutes from Sedona and one hour and six minutes from the Grand Canyon South Rim entrance. The small, historic valley, which rambles along the greenbelt of Oak Creek, is home to three Arizona wineries, a creek side restaurant and a...More

1  Thank VagabondingLulu
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