Clifton is an area known as the start of the Coronado Trail. The town sits on the banks of the Gila River at an elevation of 3,562 feet. Clean, comfortable rooms await your arrival at the Rode Inn in Clifton, Arizona.
Set on Route 191 and overlooking the San Francisco River, this motel is a 13-minute walk from the Greenlee County Historical Museum and
13.7 miles from golfing at Greenlee Country Club. The modest rooms have standard furnishings and cable TV. Some rooms have minifridges and microwaves.
Amenities consist of guest laundry, fax/copy services and free parking.
North Clifton RV Park is just 17 minutes away from the Rode Inn Motel
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Gila River is just 42 minutes away from the Rode Inn Motel
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Coronado Trail is just 60 minutes away from the Rode Inn Motel
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