Sedona - Verde Valley Natural, Scenic and Historical Attractions
Crescent Moon Ranch
Red Rock Crossing, a natural gem
Sinagua Indian settlement.
Slide Rock State Park
A natural water slide is Mother Nature's gift to Sedona, located just 8 miles north up Highway 89A in Oak Creek Canyon. One of the most scenic drives in Northern Arizona. Take a picnic lunch and have a great time with the entire family. Sedona's natural water park.
Oak Creek Canyon
Drive Oak Creek Canyon. Located north of Sedona on Hwy. 89A, Oak Creek Canyon is a popular spot for tourists to enjoy panoramic scenery and relax on one of the most beautiful drives in America.
Dead Horse Ranch State Park
The best spot for family outings, including fishing!
Red Rock State Park
Discover the nature of Sedona with over 285 acres of beautify preserved for your enjoyment.
Fort Verde State Historic Park
Circa 1870, interesting look into the life and times of General George Crook. Located 15 minutes east of Cottonwood.
Red Rock Crossing
A beautiful family fun spot, just minutes from the BEST WESTERN PLUS Inn of Sedona. Guided tours, lectures and videos reveal interesting facts about the nature and history of Red Rock Crossing. Visit Red Rock State Park for great walking trails and the education interpretive center. Take the camera to Red Rock Crossing, it's gorgeous!
An amazingly well preserved cliff dwelling, dating back centuries, that is a national historic monument.