Arizona State Parks continues plans for Camp Verde’s Rockin’ River Ranch

By Bill Helm | Verde Independent

CAMP VERDE – From start to finish, the creation of Rockin’ River Ranch State Park is expected to be a four-step process.

From planning, to design, to construction, to the celebratory ribbon cutting, the folks down at Arizona State Parks and Trails are working with a $4 million budget and approximately 21 months before their targeted grand opening sometime in December 2018.

Monday at Camp Verde Middle School’s Cafeteria/Multi-Use Facility, Arizona State Parks and Trails sponsored the second of three public open houses to solicit feedback from the general public and to unveil three preliminary plans based on input, as well as the “realistic access and limited facilities that can be developed with the funds designated in the Executive Budget,” according to a pre-meeting press release from Glenn Schlottman, chief of marketing for Arizona State Parks.


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