Take Advantage of Nearby Local Wonders

A land of monumental scenery, Sedona boasts canyons of ever-changing hues, lush natural beauty and an array of outdoor activities for unlimited scenic enjoyment. Try hiking, biking or horseback riding surrounded by nothing but red rock vistas, or go for a hot air balloon ride, hang gliding tour or skydiving jump to experience a breathtaking aerial view.

Sedona is home to a variety of world-class art galleries, boutiques, fine restaurants and a long list of cultural events and festivals that take place throughout the year, such as the Sedona International Film Festival or the Sedona Marathon.  No matter your pleasure, Sedona’s remarkable character will stir the spirit and keep you endlessly engaged.

Venture Outdoors

See the Grand Canyon: One of the Seven Wonders of the World, this astonishing natural sight is just a two and a half hour drive north of Sedona.

Hike Sedona: With over 300 miles of trails, hikers of all abilities can enjoy the red rock vistas and diverse terrain of Sedona’s famous parks.

Visit Jerome: A legendary Arizona copper mining town dating back to the 1800s, Jerome literally hangs off the side of Mingus Mountain.

Explore Palatki Ruins: The site is home to spectacular Native American ruins that remain a secret today to many full-time residents.

Shop and explore

Tlaquepaque: This re-creation of an authentic Guadalajara, Mexico shopping village features exquisite restaurants and an eclectic mix of specialty retailers.

Hillside: Filled with specialty shops and boutiques this open air plaza offers an idyllic shopping experience among lush gardens, sculptures and water features. 

Soak in Scenic Beauty

Drive Oak Creek Canyon: Go for a joy ride along a route considered by Rand McNally to be the eighth most scenic drive in the country.

View Chapel of the Holy Cross: One of the four most architecturally significant churches in the world, its structure rises up out of the Sedona landscape.

Verde Valley Wine Trail: Inviting wine enthursiasts to discover the area rich in history, beauty, and the production of exquisite Arizona wines.  There are wineries and tasting rooms that offer a varity of skillfully crafted wines. 

Enjoy Sedona’s sights and activities whenever you like—new ownership opportunities will be available soon.