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Village of Oak Creek residents Blaine and Chris Rebillot woke up early Tuesday, June 30, to a mountain lion peering into their bedroom window.The couple lives off Wild Horse Mesa...

The Cornville area may be getting its own recreational trail system in the near future. The U.S. Forest Service is currently working on a project that would adopt several existing roads and trails and turn them into Forest Service system trails.

The U.S. Forest Service applied for a grant to help finalize the National Environmental Policy Act process and begin trail construction on the project, but were not successful.“We are currently undergoing an environmental assessment of a trails proposal that includes a historic wagon route and a few trailheads,” Forest Service Assistant Recreation Staff Officer Kevin Lehto said. “We anticipate a decision before the end of the year.”

The wagon route is one that historically ran from Cottonwood to Cornville, which is the ultimate goal of the trail system — to connect Cottonwood to Cornville and eventually to Sedona.

For the full story, see the Friday, March 8, edition of the Sedona Red Rock News.


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  • Sedona Nanny

    Camp Verde needs to be included in this trail system. I have ridden my horse many times between Cornville and Camp Verde, following an old trail system that includes the old rock carins, many of which are still standing. From what I understand, the carins were from the days when the cattlemen didn't want the sheep grazing in the same area as the cows, so carins were built 1 mile apart and the sheep had to stay within the carins. Lets preserve these old trails as they are part of the VV history.

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