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Old 05-20-2015, 04:19 PM   #1
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Camp Verde AZ

Has anyone spent a winter (Dec, Jan and Feb) in Camp Verde AZ ? I was wondering how cold it gets.

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It doesn't tend to get much below freexzng at night, with fairly warm days. Refer to visitcampverde.com - Climate & Curiosities.


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Old 05-20-2015, 07:42 PM   #3
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Here's a good chart for the average of January 2015. Note that Arizona had above-average temps this year so some years this might be lower.

It shows 60 as high; 47 as average and 28 as low.

Weather History for Sedona, AZ | Weather Underground

When I got this site it shows Camp Verde but shows Sedona in the automatic title???
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Old 05-21-2015, 07:43 AM   #4
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Great choice. Mild temps and best of all there is ton of stuff to do in the area.
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I live 25 miles south and love it.
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Thanks to ALL I knew I could count on iRV2 people. I'll be in a Motorhome and thinking of staying at Distant Drums for January,February and March. I was in Tucson for 18 months. Time to move on.
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Distant Drums is a great park, but a little . . . schizophrenic. We had a great pull in site for our Class A, but level was off quite a bit. Surprised me for a park of this caliber. Other sites were really off level. Our site was very spacious. Very nice. Others . . . Not so much. Water didn't work went we first arrived, but they were on it fast! Then I couldn't get it to shut off when we left. I'd stay there again in a heartbeat.
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Old 05-26-2015, 07:05 PM   #8
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It gets cold. Teens for the coldest part of the night (just before dawn). You'll probably want some sort of heat in the water bay.

Honestly, I'd stay somewhere further south or west (warmer) for the winter if I was full timing.
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Verde Valley gets cold enough to keep me away!
There are good months there, but the bad ones will drive you South.
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