Clarkdale is a town in Yavapai County, Arizona, United States. The Verde River flows through town as does Bitter Creek, an intermittent tributary of the river. According to United States Census Bureau, the population of the town in 2010 was 4,097.
Clarkdale, formerly a mining town, is now largely a retirement community with an eye for the arts.
The Phoenix Cement plant is Clarkdale’s only major industry. The cement plant was built in 1959 to supply Portland cement for the construction of Glen Canyon Dam and is owned by the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. Clarkdale is home to the Verde Canyon Railroad, a scenic excursion train that follows part of the route of the Verde Valley Railroad, constructed in 1911–12 to serve Clark’s mine and smelter, to Drake and Perkinsville, now ghost towns. Yavapai College also has a campus in Clarkdale.
Several motion pictures have been shot in Clarkdale, including Desert Fury, Midnight Run, Universal Soldier, Benefit of the Doubt and Brothel.
The Made in Clarkdale organization hosts an annual invitational art show each December in the Clark Memorial Clubhouse. The Verde Valley Theatre performs community theatre in Clark Memorial Clubhouse, and free concerts are offered in Clarkdale Park through the summer months.
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