If you’re looking for a rural lifestyle in central Arizona, consider a Cornville home. This census-designated place consists of the communities of Cornville and Page Springs. These areas have been growing and serve as lovely places to live for those who work in Sedona or Cottonwood. Enjoy living near Oak Creek, which is a tributary of the Verde River. There are some great areas along Oak Creek to watch birds and view other wildlife. Page Springs is also home to a good sized fish hatchery that is operated by the Arizona Game and Fish Department. See the fish and also enjoy some hiking trails along the creek as well as places to watch birds.
There are a variety of options for Cornville real estate. Find agricultural properties or homes that are more in town. Most properties feature large lots and the chance to spread out. There are stores and restaurants along E. Cornville Road and Windmill Park is a place of community gathering. Check out the Cornville Farmers Market here on Mondays from 2 p.m. to dusk from early March to mid December. Find fruits, vegetables, baked goods, jewelry, candles, honey, crafts, ice cream, and much more for your Cornville home at the market. The Cornville Community Association meets regularly and works hard to plan events and ensure that residents and businesses have the support that they need.
Dead Horse Ranch State Park is located to the north and east of Cornville and offers a variety of outdoor activities. Go horseback riding, hiking, camping, and more. Families can find plenty of outdoor recreational activities and Cornville is a great place to raise a family. Oak Creek School serves children in preschool through 8th grade and Mingus Union High School serves children in the upper grades. Yavapai College has campuses throughout Yavapai County, providing opportunities for higher education and community involvement.