Travel Safe Be Considerate
Please travel safe and work to keep our community safe while here.
There are several guidelines that we’re asking our visitors to follow:
1. Stay home if you are sick or have been in contact with a sick person
2. Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
3. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth
4. Maintain a 6-foot distance from others
5. Wear a protective face covering in public (when 6 ft distancing isn't possible)
6. Limit contact with others
7. Avoid congregating in public areas
8. Stay on trails except to let people pass (maintain 6 feet distance
• Banjo Bill Picnic Site
• Bell Rock Pathway/Vista
• Bootlegger Picnic Area
• Cathedral Rock Trail No. 170
• Courthouse Butte Loop Trail/Vista
• Dry Creek Vista Trailhead and trails
• Encinoso Picnic Site
• Halfway Picnic Site
• Long Canyon Trailhead
• Mescal Trailhead and trails
To Open May 20:
• Beaver Creek Picnic Site
• Call of the Canyon Picnic Site
• Cave Springs Campground
• Clear Creek Campground
• Crescent Moon Picnic Site
• Forked Pine Campground
• Grasshopper Point Swimming & Picnic Site
• Honanki Heritage Site
• Manzanita Campground
• Pine Flat Campground
• West Fork
Trailhead and Trail Dates could change, so check the Coconino Recreation site at https://www.fs.usda.gov/recmain/coconino/recreation for updates.
Best Places to Eat, Stay & Play in Sedona, Arizona
Sedona Tours & Hikes
Sedona Golf Resorts
Sedona restaurants serve marvelous meals in stunning surroundings. Sedona hotels offer awesome amenities and opportunities for relaxation and fun. Sedona golf resorts boast some of the finest and most beautiful links in Northern Arizona.
Sedona hikes are available for both experienced hikers that like to really get out into the wilderness and novice hikers who just want a taste of the red rocks.
How about Sedona's Best Shopping? Crystals, art, bronze sculptures, clothing, you name it. Sedona has it all.
There are lots of things to do in Sedona that you can do alone or with the family. There are dozens of fun things you can do for free, with the kids or even with your dog.
Located 4,300 feet above sea level and only an hour and a half from Phoenix, Arizona, you will discover some of the most beautiful scenery on earth, where you can enjoy the views and the beautiful Sedona weather, where the sun shines almost every single day.
There are so many places to go and choose from in Sedona Arizona, you could never run out of things to do.
Visit Sedona’s Chapel of the Holy Cross. Marvel at the natural beauty of Sedona’s rock formations. Take in the natural beauty of Red Rock Country.
Take a day trip and explore Sedona’s Oak Creek Canyon, Grand Canyon, Bell Rock or the Airport Mesa.
Hike the red rocks of Sedona. Take a Sedona jeep tour or helicopter tour Visit the many Sedona art galleries. Enjoy Native American Art by Sedona Native Americans.
There is no doubt that Sedona, Arizona is the most beautiful place in Northern Arizona to visit.
Sedona is a major center for the arts in the West and is home for more than 40 galleries and dozens of internationally acclaimed artists and writers.
Bustling with major cultural events, four and five-star resorts and restaurants, championship golf courses, exciting adventure tours, several national and state parks, one-of-a-kind shopping and relaxing spas.
Sedona is certainly a destination of unforgettable experiences!
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL PLACE ON EARTH.
Enjoy the best hiking and exploring this world has to offer by coming to Sedona, Arizona. Endulge in luxury resorts as you explore red rock vortex hikes, mountain biking and out of this world helicopter tours.
Take your kids or the kid in yourself to Sedona Slide Rock for unforgettable fun the entire family can enjoy!
There are wonderful romantic things to do such as dinner by candlelight at sunset with an incredible Sedona view of the red rocks.
Get a bird’s eye view with a helicopter tour or explore the red rocks by jeep tour and let’s not forget wine tours for the aficionados.
There are even guided Sedona vortex tours for those wishing to bask themselves in the energy of the red rocks.
You can take the time for a day at any of Sedona's Best spas for some serious Sedona pampering, facials, massages, and crystal healing.
If you are thinking of visiting or vacationing in Sedona check out Sedona’s Best Visitors Guide, where you will find the best places to eat, play and stay in Sedona.
You can't beat the Sedona weather anywhere in Arizona. Any season is a wonderful time to visit Sedona. Each of the four seasons has its own special delights. It is a haven from Phoenix’s extreme summer heat, and usually about 20 degrees warmer than Flagstaff in the winter. Sedona’s altitude creates a unique, mild climate all its own.
Plan to stay for several days because you won’t want to miss all the exciting things to see and do. Sedona’s Best hopes to make your stay in Sedona more pleasant by guiding you around town with maps and recommended stops. As you travel through Sedona, you may become mesmerized with a sense of wonder at this treasure of nature called Sedona… a treasure perhaps unmatched on this earth! We invite you to enjoy this treasure and share in our respect for this precious land, just as the previous ancient inhabitants did, so generations yet to come may also know the beauty you experience here.
We believe we are the best Sedona, Arizona Visitor's guide and we are here to make your visit to Sedona an experience you will never forget.
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