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Coconino National Forest - Red Rock Ranger District -- The colorful collection of buttes, pinnacles, mesas and canyons surrounding Sedona is famous the world around for its red rock vistas. Over the years, this area has served as the setting of many western novels and movies and has been the subject of uncounted paintings, photographs and other works of art. The remains of ancient wetlands, these crimson cliffs have been carved by the forces of the desert into one of nature's most magnificent masterpieces.

No matter what you do in Red Rock Country, you're always sightseeing. Ways to get even closer to all this scenery include: hiking, horseback riding, taking a scenic drive, sliding down a natural waterslide, picnicking, camping, taking lots of photos and fishing in Oak Creek.


Chapel of the Holy Cross — This Catholic chapel, designed in 1956 by a student of Frank Lloyd Wright, is a favorite with photographers because it appears to shoot up from two spectacular red rock formations. It is open to people of all faiths who are seeking a spot for contemplation. Wear comfortable shoes - it's a steep climb from the parking lot to the chapel. Free. 780 Chapel Road. (928) 282-4069.


Red Rock State Park — A great place to introduce kids to Sedona's red rock geological formations, Oak Creek and the area's wildlife. A five-mile network of trails loop through the red rock or the lush greenery of Oak Creek. Guided nature walks are available, or pick up a trail guide and create your own walk. Videos and slide shows at the visitors center. Entry fee. No pets. 4050 Red Rock Loop Road. (928) 282-6907.


Scenic Drives — Just about anywhere you turn your steering wheel in Sedona could be considered a scenic drive. But if you have limited time, a must is Arizona Highway 89A through Oak Creek Canyon. The 30-mile stretch between Flagstaff and Sedona has some of the most breathtaking scenery in the Southwest, including towering pines, fluttering aspens and windswept canyons and rock formations. Take your time and savor the scenery. If traffic backs up behind you, pull off, kick back and let those in the fast lane pass on by.


Slide Rock State Park — It would be easy to spend an entire day swimming and touring historic sites at this state park. Arrive early during the warm weather because the parking lot fills up fast. The park is named for Slide Rock, a natural water chute that kids of all ages love to glide down on hot days. Swimming and creek-side sunbathing also are popular.

Originally the area was known as the Pendley Homestead, for Frank L. Pendley, who homesteaded the area and planted apple trees beginning in 1912. He was the first to successfully irrigate land near Oak Creek, and his system is still used in the park. Although Slide Rock is the more popular attraction, visitors should take time to hike the flat, easy Pendley Homestead Trail to view apple orchards, the original Pendley home and barn and beautiful canyon views. Entry fee. No pets in swimming area. 6871 N. Highway 89A. (928) 282-3034.

Best Western Plus Arroyo Roble Hotel & Creekside VillasBest Western Plus Arroyo Roble Hotel & Creekside Villas
400 North Highway 89a, Sedona, AZ 86336

Sedona Hotel: The Best Western Arroyo Roble Hotel & Creekside Villas is conveniently located in the heart of Sedona, Arizona with magnificent red rock views and close to jeep tours, Sedona Jazz on the Rocks and numerous art galleries. A variety of beautiful golf courses …more

The Orchards Inn Of SedonaThe Orchards Inn of Sedona
254 Highway 89A, Sedona, AZ, 86336

Sedona Hotel: Orchards Inn located in the heart of Uptown Sedona offers spacious accommodations affordable rates friendly service and above all else magnificent views and service …more


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