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Cliff Castle Casino

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555 W Middle Verde Rd, Camp Verde, AZ 86322-8561
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One-Hour Jeep Tour and Winery Tour Combo in Camp Verde
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One-Hour Jeep Tour and Winery Tour Combo in Camp Verde

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This tour combines an off-road jeep adventure at Alcantara Vineyards, just south of Flagstaff, with a premium wine tasting. Ride a four-wheel drive jeep along off-road desert trails and visit the popular Verde Valley winery to sample local wines. Upgrade to include a horseback ride and lunch.
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heckfy wrote a review Nov 2020
Pleasanton, California1,193 contributions891 helpful votes
We came to see Sedona in November and the days are really short. So casino has a great advantage over a regular hotel, there are actually things to do after dark. Leaving gambling aside, the building is new with a lot of local details, good food, bar, bowling, pool, festive decor, excellent service - we enjoyed our evenings.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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STEVE D wrote a review Oct 2020
Pasco, Washington57 contributions12 helpful votes
stupidity abound in the Indian casino. i had been there 3 times this week. i wore their required mask to sit over 6 feet away from other gamblers. i had the mask over my mouth but not over my nose so i could sick in air that had not just come out of my lungs laden with carbon dioxide and humidity. the 3 times i was there it was never an issue. but today , i was told i needed to cover my nose. t explained why i could not. this moron had no idea and just repeated what he was told to say. so i took my money and left. i will never return. now you may say i just need to comply. well the thing is--- i f i walked 40 feet into the dining area, i could sit down and remove my mask the entire time i was in there. so apparently this covid is not as serious as they claim. because if it was, they would never allow us to be in the dining room without a mask. the waitress was closer than 6 feet to me. she was not scared. so the real issue is what can they force us to do and still make money. so people will comply to sit at a slot. but obviously they can not comply with mask and eat. so they will "endanger " people to make many in the restaurant but not in a gambling are. total stupidy. it is not about health but control.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Karie wrote a review Sep 2020
5 contributions5 helpful votes
They not only have excellent COVID protocols in place, they actually enforce them! There is no smoking on the floor and you must wear your mask. Unlike other casinos I've visited they constantly monitor to make sure patrons are correctly wearing their masks. Yes the machines seem to be tighter than before but I've found this at all casinos lately. I don't blame them after all the lost revenue and additional COVID signs, equipment, staffing, etc. I wish they'd have someone man the soda service station as the cart never seemed to be around.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Landyot wrote a review Sep 2020
Green Valley, Arizona3 contributions2 helpful votes
Since the nearby Distant Drums RV park was full to capacity, we did some online research for a place to stop for the night on our way back from Durango. There were conflicting answers on the web so we pulled in to the lower (north) lot of this casino. There were absolutely no vehicles in the 2 acre paved lot and there were no signs prohibiting RV overnight parking but we decided to do the right thing and called the casino. A very nice gentleman answered and said we would just need to go up to the casino to get a parking permit. In fact he sent a shuttle to pick us up and take us up to the casino. We also wanted to check out the restaurant for supper. We inquired about the restaurant and if it was okay to stay over in the lower lot. A curt woman at the desk said we had to join their "Castle Club" and gain a certain number of "points" (spend x number of our dollars). We are not big gamblers but joined as requested and played for a spell on casino money. We ended up winning a small amount and when we were ready to go, we went again to secure the permit. No such luck. We didn't spend any of "our" money. Again the same woman was just plain rude and said those are the rules. I couldn't even buy a parking permit. We left without the permit or supper and pulled across the street to the big dirt lot. It was fine. As we were ready to leave in the morning, we saw 3 RVs and an 18 wheeler in the paved lot. Perhaps they were club members....or just didn't ask for permission. We won't be going there for any reason in the future.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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John L wrote a review Sep 2020
United States1 contribution
I am local started gambling a year ago and since the reopening after corona it is so obvious they have reduced the payout on the slots by 50 percent..i know I am there almost everyday..this is a scam to keep them profitable bulls..
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Date of experience: September 2020
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