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What You’ll Love About Cornville

The Amenities

Cornville is perfect for lovers of wine! It is home to several wineries that nestle themselves along the rolling hills of the area. There are also several unique restaurants and shops within the town that can't be found anywhere else.

The Outdoors

Cornville is no exception to the rest of the Verde Valley. It has innumerable natural wonders for residents to enjoy and several parks and natural reserves within the towns vicinity.

The Weather

Temperatures in Cornville can be quite warm! Winter temperatures never get lower than the low-30s Fahrenheit and summers tend to be around 100 degrees Fahrenheit.

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Cornville — A Natural Wonder

Cornville and Page Springs in northern Arizona are rapidly growing suburban areas near Sedona and Cottonwood. Both communities are located along Oak Creek and are home to approximately 3,000 people. Page Springs hosts a large fish hatchery operated by the Arizona Game and Fish Department. Adjacent to the hatchery are creekside hiking trails and bird-watching areas.

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A Closely Knit Community

Cornville is home to only just over 3,000 people. The small town size allows for neighbors to meet and get to know each other. Its location nestled between Sedona and Cottonwood allows residents access to some of the best concerts, festivals, and events in the area. Don't miss your opportunity to take advantage of this town's convenient location and access to a variety of amenities!


A Local Mystery

As with any historic town similar to Cornville, there are many local legends and mysterious. One of them regards the first group of settlers in this land. The Singua People first inhabited this area for its fertile soil and abundant lifestyle, but mysteriously vanished with hardly a trace approximately 800 years ago. What happened to them is a mystery, but many people believe that their descendants still reside in the Verde Valley.

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The Wonders of Nature

Cornville is the site of a variety of incredible natural scenes. These can all be enjoyed in the form of parks and natural reserves, perfect for a day of hiking, biking, or camping. Cornville values its open spaces, and it shows. It is a gorgeous example of the natural beauty that can be found in Cornville and the greater Verde Valley area. Access to the Dead Horse Ranch State Park, Windmill Park, and the rolling hills of Cornville offers no end to incredible natural sights and scenes.

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Cornville Residential Resources

Want to learn more about living in Cornville? Let us help! As your Cornville experts, we have an insiders knowledge on all things real estate! Feel free to contact us with any questions you might have!

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Quick Facts

Population (2016): 3,280
Population Growth Since 2000: +1.6%
Zip Code: 86325
County: Yavapai

Mean Home Price (2013): $239,861


Travel Times

Phoenix, AZ: 1 hr 40 min
Flagstaff, AZ: 1 hr
Public Transportation: Amtrak Thruway Connecting Service
Highways: AZ-89A, AZ-260, I-17



District: Cottonwood-Oak Creek Unified School District #9

Elementary: Cottonwood Elementary, Mountain View Prep, Oak Creek School
Middle: Oak Creek School, Mountain View Prep, Cottonwood Middle
High: Mingus Union High 

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Data last updated 09/24/18 01:49 PM