The Sixth Annual Verde River Runoff is a five or ten-mile race on a beautiful desert river in Camp Verde, Arizona organized by the Verde River Valley Nature Organization. VRVNO is a non-profit organization that is raising awareness of our natural resources by providing recreation, education and nature tourism opportunities supporting the stewardship of the Verde River Valley.
Location: Boater check in at White Bridge River Access Point in Camp Verde, just off of Highway 260. This is also the starting point for the 10-mile race. The end of the race is at Beasley Flat, a U.S. Forest Service
Recreation Area. The 5-mile race starting point is located at the Clear Creek RAP. The river difficulty is class I-II.
This event is made possible through a special use permit from the Prescott National Forest.
Race start time: Starts will begin at 10 am, March 17th 2018
Please note that there is no available parking at either RAP on the morning of the race. There will be limited
roadside parking near White Bridge.