Stoneman Lake Lodge, 24 Ponderosa Drive, Stoneman Lake 86024, Arizona, USA
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Stoneman Lake Lodge 
24 Ponderosa Drive, Stoneman Lake 86024, Arizona, USA
+1 866 8786636
General and in-room facilities and services available at Stoneman Lake Lodge
summer garden
summer terrace/patio
conference room
pets are admitted
rooms for non-smokers
playground for children
suitable for disabled guests
phone at the reception
24-hour reception desk
quiet surroundings
credit/debit cards accepted
common TV room
internet connection in room
heating in room
en-suite/private bathroom
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At Stoneman Lake Lodge. Relax - We have seating on our decks and throughout the property offering expansive views of the lake ecosystem and surrounding Coconino National Forest. The Great Hall is perfect for gatherings and to meet other guests. There are games, cards and puzzles for all ages. The library is a cozy place to read your favorite book or peruse our extensive collection. The hidden picnic area delivers the ultimate in a private refuge. Play - we have horseshoes, croquet, a swing set, sand piles and other outdoor activity sites. Critter Watch - Audubon Society guests say this is one of the state's best birding sites because we have birds from mountain and desert habitats. The eagles nest here in the winter. In the summer, you can watch our healthy bat colony as they leave the barn each evening to gobble up bugs. Elk and deer are often seen around the lake, lodge and on our roads (drive carefully). We have a resident mountain lion who is too full of elk to bother with skinny two-legged critters. But, you can see her tracks in the snow and mud. Hike - Surrounded by national forest, you can take a casual stroll through the Stoneman community or go for long, daylong trek. THE LAKE TRAIL Is an easy 1.5- to 2.5-mile route that starts at the boat dock and circles around the lake back to the lodge. Mountain Bike - Paul Beakley, author of. Mountain Bike America - Arizona has researched and compiled a detailed map and guide outlining three main rides with extension options. The rides range from easy and mildly challenging to tough and technical. You must bring your own bike or rent one in Sedona at the Bike and Bean. Fishing - The lake is currently too low for fishing. We hold the state Yellow Perch record, a tie: 1 lb. 10.0 oz. 13.5 in., Art Ellico, Kingman 3/21/84 and 1 lb. 10.0 oz. 13.5 in., Curt Bryant, Flagstaff 3/24/84 for up-to-date fishing information! Skiing Snowboarding - for up-to-date skiing snowboarding information! Browse and Purchase Art - the lodge features the work of many local and out-of-town artists for our guests to enjoy and purchase. We feature new artists every month and currently host an Art Show the third Saturday of every month where you can meet the artists, buy lunch, and enjoy a variety of local talent performing music, cowboy poetry and more. See our events page for more information. Group Activities - We can arrange atv rentals, horseback rides, jeep tours and health retreats for your group or corporate function. Arrangements need to be made in advance of your stay. Nearby Stoneman Lake. Cliff Castle Casino - 20 minutes from the lodge 1- 800-381-SLOT Owned by the Yavapai-Apache Nation, Cliff Castle Casino is located in Camp Verde, and currently offers live-action poker, gaming devices, bingo, dining at Storytellers steakhouse, late night dining at The Gallery restaurant, live entertainment at the Dragonfly Lounge. Located off I-17, just east of exit 289 -- a short 75-minute drive from Phoenix -- the casino is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Shake Rattle and Bowl Take a trip back to the '50s in this sock-hopping, 20-lane bowling center. Equipped with its own watering hole, The Gutter, and its own diner, Johnny Rockets. 520-567-7950 Also, includes a game arcade called The Alley. M Diamond Trailrides 928-592-0148 Real western history and heritage on a 100-year old working cattle ranch. Trail rides, hay wagon rides, cattle drives, cowboy cookouts and special rodeo style events. All levels of riders welcome. Transportation provided by the ranch from Sedona area lodgings. Montezuma;s Castle Nestled into a limestone recess high above the flood plain of Beaver Creek in the Verde Valley, stands one of the best preserved and most easily accessible cliff ruins in North America. This five-story, 20-room cliff dwelling served as a high-rise apartment building for prehistoric Sinagua Indians more than 600 years ago. Early settlers to the area assumed that the imposing structure was connected to the Aztec emperor Montezuma, but this castle was abandoned almost a century before Montezuma was born. Entrance Fee: $2 per person, children 16 and younger are admitted free of charge. Golden Passports are honored. Open daily. Summer: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Winter: 8 to 5 p.m. Wayside exhibits, found along the self-guiding trail, describe the cultural and natural history of the area. The trail is a paved, level sidewalk just over 1/3 of a mile in length. A diorama/audio program depicts the interior view of the Castle. Rangers are available on the trail and programs are presented when staffing permits. Montezuma Castle, comprising 840 acres, is located approximately within the town of Camp Verde, 50 miles south of Flagstaff and 90 miles north of Phoenix, Arizona. It can be reached by taking Exit 289 off I-17 and following the signs 3 miles to the Visitor Center parking lot. Montezuma Well An added section to Montezuma Castle National Monument. The unit preserves a large, spring-fed limestone sinkhole and prehistoric ruins that remain from early Hohokam and Sinagua occupation. Both cultures lived at the site and irrigated their crops with the water from the Well. Remains of their ancient irrigation canals can still be seen. No entrance fee is charged. The Well is located approximately 11 miles from Montezuma Castle. Take Exit 293 from I-17 and drive four miles. There is a 1/3-mile loop trail that is not recommended for wheelchair use. Red Rock State Park 4050 Red Rock Loop Road Sedona, Arizona 86336 (928) 282-6907 Take 89 A, turn on Lower Red Rock Loop Road. Park Facilities: Self-guided and Ranger led interpretive walks, video and slide programs, Hiking trails, Visitor Center, ramada, restrooms. Nominal entrance fees. Arizona's famous Oak Creek meanders through this scenic park, creating a diverse riparian habitat abounding with plants and wildlife. The family-oriented trail system is well marked. The 5-mile network consists of interconnecting loops, which lead you to vistas of red rock or along the lush greenery of Oak Creek. Bikes and horses are only allowed on designated routes. Native Visions Horseback Adventures PO Box 277 Camp Verde, AZ, 86322928-567-3035 Take a ride into the past. Breathtaking views and interesting stories. 20 minutes from the lodge. Page Springs Fish Hatchery Run by AZ Game and Fish, 928-774-5045 Oak Creek - 35 minutes from the lodge Hours: 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., daily Restrooms and picnic tables. From Sedona: Take 89A south about 10 miles to Page Springs Road 134. Turn left. The hatchery will be on your right after a few miles. Or from I-17, take Cornville Road 119, and then turn right onto Page Springs Rd 134. Look for the hatchery signs. Oak Creek Canyon Fish, wade and hike along its banks. From I-17, take the Sedona exit to the T in the road. Go right and follow signs to creek. You will need fishing and Red Rock parking permits in Sedona. Rainbow Trout Farm Recreational fee fishing in Oak Creek Canyon 3500 N Hwy 89A # 88 Sedona 928-282-5799 35 minutes from the lodge. Renee;s at Tlaquepaque 928-282-9225 Sedona Tucked in a quiet corner of Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village, Renee has been serving American Continental favorites since 1977. A superb selection of wines complement chef/owner Walter Paulson's excellent menu. Open daily for lunch dinner. Casual dress, expensive. Reservations. Lone Pine Restaurant Bar Munds Park Down home country food and package liquor takeout. This is a smoking establishment. Open Sun.; Thurs. 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Fri. and Sat. 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., bar open until 1 p.m. Sat. eve is Karaoke night. Manzanita Inn Albert Kramer is a much-decorated chef. He's the founder of two culinary schools, and he's cooked for the Rockefellers and the Carters. 11425 E. Cornville Road Cornville, 928-634-8851 Wed-Sun dinner. Oaxaca Restaurant Located in Sedona it was named in Travelocity;s;Local Secrets, Big Finds.;- For more informati...

Monday Dinner Spicey Chickpea Soup... $20. Tuesday Dinner Artichoke Sundried Tomato Chicken... $20. Wednesday Dinner CatFish and Chips...$20. Thursday Dinner Sweet Potato Chowder $20. Friday Dinner Roasted Chicken on Penne w/Zucchini and Parsley-Almond Pesto...$25. Saturday Breakfast Roasted Asparagus Omelet * Rosemary Sausages...$20. Saturday Lunch Silky Broccoli Soup * Warm Beet Salad * Fancy Quesadillas...$20. Saturday Dinner Beef Roast with Syrah and Juniper Berry Au Jus $25. Sunday Breakfast Eggs Benedict * Crispy Sweet Potato Latkes...$20. Sunday Dinner Cambodian Chicken and Rice Soup...$20. We serve only organic produce and natural meats, locally grown whenever possible. Continental breakfasts are served 6:30-9:00 a.m. every day of the week and include cereal, fruit, yogurt, eggs, homemade breads and muffins, coffee, tea, juice and hot chocolate (included with lodging except for bunkhouse guests). Saturday breakfast is served at 9:30 a.m. and Saturday lunch served 11:30 a.m. 2:00 p.m.. Sunday brunch is served from 10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. Dinners include appetizer (Fri Sat only), entree with sides, dessert, coffee, tea, and ice tea. Appetizers are served at 5:00 p.m. with the main entree served at 6:30 p.m. Vegetarian, vegan or other special diets can usually be accommodated if you notify the lodge in advance. Reservations are always required.

See our events page for what's happening at the lodge this month! Located on five acres of tall pines with some of the best bird and critter watching in the state, Stoneman Lake Lodge, in addition to six rooms with private baths and a large cabin, has a number of spacious social areas and a full service kitchen that serves both breakfast and dinners. The Great Hall is heated by a massive stone fireplace and looks out onto a large deck with lake and forest views. Breakfast and dinners can be enjoyed at your choice of the dining room, great room or deck, each featuring views of Arizonas only natural, spring-fed lake. The lodge also provides a library and additional porches, picnic and sitting areas. Miles and miles of national forest lands await your exploration. We are an environmentally sensitive operation with a goal of impacting our pristine surroundings as minimally as possible. We are a non-smoking facility and utilize minimum exterior lighting. Stoneman Lake Lodge is powered by the sun and wind. We feature healthy foods, non-toxic cleaning chemicals and build with natural materials. Since the 1800s, when Stoneman Lake Lodge was the Neil/Drumm homestead (newspapers from the late 1800s were found insulating the walls of the dining room), this has been a family endeavor. Throughout the century, it has been a recreational and outdoor enjoyment center. The Westlake-Haenny family purchased the property in 2002 and has renovated the main lodge and surrounding buildings into a private bed breakfast inn. Adding to its charm, the lodge features work of various artists to be enjoyed during your stay that can also be purchased. Every third Saturday of the month the lodge features an art show where you can meet the artists and enjoy other local talent performing music and theater. See our events page for more information. The lodge serves dinner on a reservations only basis Thursday through Sunday. With advance notice, we offer catering for large groups. Lunch is served Saturdays and Sundays and is chefs choice, typically soup, salad and sandwiches. See Cuisine for the current months fare and pricing. Our foods are free from pesticides, hormones, nitrates and antibiotics, and are local grown and organic whenever possible. Our cuisine ranges from down-home country to ethnic fare and gourmet cuisine. ALSO, there is a wealth of food choices in nearby Sedona, Camp Verde and Munds Park. 2008 Stoneman Lake Lodge, LLC
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