Sedona Attractions

Welcome to Sedona, Arizona the most beautiful place in America  . . . come and experience for yourself!

The Sedona/Oak Creek Canyon area abounds with activities. Seeking spiritual renewal? Just fun? Quiet, peaceful time? Lots of outdoor activities? There are plenty of opportunities for all these in Sedona.

From the air via hot air balloon, helicopter or airplane . . . to the down to red dirt exploration by horseback, jeep tours, Hummer or Harley and just two good feet. Sedona boasts many daytime spas and massage services, tennis courts and world famous sedona golf courses. Nowadays, the Verde Valley area is also becoming popular for wineries and wine tours.

You can experience a spiritual awakening or vortex, go back in time to the Sinagua Indian ruins or reminisce in the ghost town, Jerome. Challenging mountain bike trails, more than 60 hiking trails for all abilities await you amidst inspiring views. Train rides can fill your days with their old-fashioned trips to the Grand Canyon . . . or the Verde River canyon for eagle watch.

Sedona is a magnet for artists and those with an eye for art and a photographer's dream scape. Famous Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village, numerous galleries and shops will satisfy the curious browser and the serious buyer. Our dark skies are a stargazer's delight and can be enjoyed by yourself or in an evening sky tour.

Many day trips filter from our area to Flagstaff, the Grand Canyon, Meteor Crater, Canyon de ChellyPetrified Forest and the Painted Desert, the Navajo Reservation and Hopi Mesas. Even snow skiing at the Arizona Snow Bowl in the winter time.

Close by are swimming in Oak Creek, fishing and hiking . . . perhaps an exhilarating slippery slide at Slide Rock State Park.

Restaurants are within two miles of home, while Sedona, ten minutes away, offers numerous eateries for every palate and pocketbook. Sedona is a land of four mild seasons, much warmer than its northern neighbor, Flagstaff . . . and much cooler than the desert valley around Phoenix. Winter months can bring a capricious snow storm glorifying the red rock landscape, while summer monsoons refresh us with their welcome showers. When planning a visit, check for today's weather and forecast.

In the end . . . there is also just quiet, peaceful spaces for introspection and silence.

We will be happy to assist you with any arrangements and plan your stay . . . Sedona awaits you.

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