As we left Grants NM for Sedona, we had plans to stay at the Sedona Elks Lodge on the hill near the airport so we would have a beautiful view. After reading the comments on the RVing Elks Parking website, we changed our minds and headed to Camp Verde past Sedona. The Sedona Elks RV spaces are 30 amp (and it’s HOT), the sites are slightly sloped down in front (not good for our coach) and it is $30 a night. Verde River RV Park in Camp Verde (former Western Horizon membership) is cheaper with full hook ups.
We had very hard side winds and rain until Flagstaff, then sunny the rest of the way. After checking in to our campsite, Daisy and I went for a walk. At the end of the campground was a rural house with farm animals. We came across a goat who was feverishly trying to dig his way under the chain link fence. He immediately stopped and looked the other way when we approached, like we didn’t see him digging.
We had lunch at a Mexican restaurant in Camp Verde and then went to Sedona Elks for couple drinks. We were a little disappointed that trees had grown up to block some of the amazing red rock view. They had a private party coming in for dinner in bar, so we didn’t stay long.