The charming small town of Cornville is the home of Northern Arizona’s premier vinicultural region.


Located less than thirty minutes south-west of Sedona along Highway 89A, the charming small town of Cornville is the home of Northern Arizona’s premier vinicultural region. Cornville’s elevation of 3,500 feet provides the town with a temperate climate that is well-suited to growing grapes; in fact, Cornville is about 15 degrees cooler than the Valley of the Sun Phoenix and Scottsdale all year round.
Page Springs Cellars & Vineyard is Cornville’s most famous winery, with Wine Enthusiast calling proprietor Eric Glomski the “area’s best-known vinter.” Glomski has been a pioneering figure in the region’s burgeoning wine production scene since 2003 and was the subject of an award-winning documentary, Blood into Wine. Page Springs is a wonderfully relaxing day out, offering yoga classes and massage treatments, as well as a bistro serving exquisite food designed to perfectly compliment the vineyard’s distinctive desert wines.
Windmill Park, on the banks of Oak Creek, is a popular picnic spot offering barbecue pits and multipurpose play areas, including basketball and volleyball courts.
This beautiful area also features an abundance of historical Native American sites. Montezuma Castle is perhaps the most remarkable, with well-preserved ancient homes carved into a sandstone cliff face. The many hiking trails surrounding Cornville pass many more Native American ruins and Old West buildings.
A more modern but no-less spectacular architectural attraction is Eliphante, a surreal labyrinth of cavern-like architecture and sculptures constructed in the 1970s. Everything within Eliphante was constructed using recycled materials, giving it a strange character all of its own. This unique site lies within the beautiful natural setting of Cornville’s riparian zone. It’s a one-of-a-kind location that is a must-visit for anyone in the Cornville area.
Cornville is conveniently located for accessing many attractions within the surrounding area. The drive to the vibrant main streets and plazas of Sedona is straightforward, while the scenic route into Oak Creek Canyon is regarded as one of the most beautiful drives in the entire country. Other nearby attractions include Camp Verde’s Out of Africa Wildlife Park and Jerome, known as the historic “meanest town” in the old Wild West. Cliff Castle Casino is also a short drive away.
Cornville is the site of many luxury properties situated on expansive lots. Most of these multi-million dollar properties span thousands of square footage, with lavishly-designed interiors providing luxurious living spaces. Residents of these properties enjoy the calm, seclusion, and spectacular views of one of Arizona’s most beautiful areas. 
Many of the most desirable homes offer extensive outdoor space, making them perfectly suited for keeping horses, organic farming, or starting your own vineyard. Some of these luxurious properties also feature outdoor tennis courts and multi-building compounds.
There are also enormous land parcels available within the area, with some spanning dozens of acres. These parcels offer the ultimate in rural living for anyone seeking a peaceful place to get away from it all. Along with meadows, hillsides, and stock ponds, these land parcels often include vacant knolls for constructing your own custom-built dream home.

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