Sedona Area Guide
Our concierge service will get you set up with the best things to do in Sedona, Arizona.
Jump in and discover all kinds of Sedona vacation adventures, sightseeing and events ideas just waiting to be had by you and your family.
Voted The Most Beautiful Place in America by USA Weekend’s Annual Travel Report (2003), Sedona is a popular vacation spot for those of all ages.
Even children are in awe of the natural beauty and we know that it’s something that they remember for a lifetime. Whether you’re looking for desert adventures or a day at the spa, there are plenty of things to do in Sedona, Arizona. So what are you waiting for?
Book your Sedona vacation with us and experience affordable luxury. Let our concierge help you and your loved ones plan a trip that will not soon be forgotten. Learn about the best recreation, shopping and dining experiences Sedona has to offer and set the stage for the perfect Sedona vacation.
With so many great things to do in Sedona, Arizona, the options are seemingly endless. For more great Sedona activities, contact our concierge.
Whether your idea of a great hike is a casual walk through gorgeous countryside or a serious ascent to a mountaintop, Sedona has a hiking experience for you.
Escape the summer heat while meandering along the banks of shady Oak Creek at West Fork. Soak up the winter sun while searching for Indian ruins in Secret Canyon. Hike any of scores of trails in the Spring and Fall. Spend an hour or a day or anything in between. Just remember to bring your camera and plan to be amazed with the hiking in Sedona.
From artesian shops to fashion boutiques, the Sedona shopping experience is truly one of a kind. While in Sedona be sure to visit: Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village, Hillside Shopping Center, Hozho, Hyatt Shops at Pinion Point, The Sedona Center, Uptown Sedona, Tequa Village and Village of Oak Creek.
Tours are very popular Sedona activities; go with a group to experience Sedona’s backcountry in Jeeps, Hummers, or ATVs. Hire a private driver for a personalized tour of Sedona. And be sure to check out the Sedona Trolley!
See Sedona’s majestic beauty from the air in Hot air balloons, helicopters and biplanes. Prefer to experience Sedona from the ground? Check out the Verde Canyon Railroad.
Sedona has long been among the Top 5 destinations in the west for mountain biking. And it has only gotten better. The trails that made it famous, Broken Arrow, Soldier Pass, Llama, Teacup, Baldwin, Girdner are still there of course. But they have been surpassed by the amazing Hangover, Highline and Hog Heaven trails, among others.
And, with the completion of SR 179, Sedona has become a road biking mecca as well. Full loops of from 25 to 60 miles and more are now safely possible with mostly wide shoulders, smooth pavement, marked bike lanes and the requisite great scenery.
Four full service bike shops dot Sedona and the Village of Oak Creek, catering to a biker’s every whim, from good coffee to high end rentals to parts & repairs. With its scenery, lodging options, restaurants, nightlife, coffee houses and terrain, Sedona is the number one multi-day biking destination in the west.
Play courses designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr & Jr, Gary Panks and Tom Weiskopf. Hit range balls against a backdrop of red rock scenery so stunning that you are more tempted to grab your camera than grab your clubs.
Revel in beautifully manicured courses, spacious practice facilities, excellent service, wonderful bars and restaurants and, of course, incredible scenery. With multiple tees for every skill level and year round mild temperatures, you are sure to have a memorable experience playing golf in Sedona.
Want to create your own adventure? Rent Jeeps, Harleys, or ATVs for a day exploration.
Sedona Sight Seeing
With so much to see in Sedona, where does one start? Well here’s a list of Sedona activities that will keep you intrigued and occupied during your stay: Oak Creek Canyon, Slide Rock State Park, Red Rock Crossing, Vortex tours, Sedona Trolley, Montezuma’s Castle, Chapel of the Holy Cross, Wupatki Indian Ruins, Honanki & Palatki Indian Ruins, Tuzigoot Indian Ruins.
The beauty of Oack Creek Canyon makes Sedona a haven for photography enthusiasts. From amateurs to professional, Sedona provides the perfect backdrop for an afternoon of picture taking! Visit some of the local hiking trails or take a drive to capture the perfect image. Be sure and ask our concierge for site seeing suggestions.
Surrounding Arizona Site Seeing
The beautiful surrounding Sonoran Desert and the tall pines of the Colorado Rim provide endless opportunities for day trips. Here are just a few of surrounding attractions to check out: the Grand Canyon, Hopi/Navajo Reservation Tours, Walnut Canyon Indian Ruins, Monument Valley Tours, Canyon De Chelly, Flagstaff’s Lowell Observatory, Museum of Northern Arizona, Meteor Crater, Sunset Crater, Lake Powell.
Take in beautiful art from local artists as well as art from around the world is yet another popular Sedona activity. With 50+ art galleries, as well as those in the Jerome arts community there is plenty to see.
The Verde Valley, just minutes from Sedona, is home to several excellent wineries including Alcantara Vineyards, Javelina Leap Vineyards & Winery Page Springs Cellars and Oak Creek Vineyards. All offer wine tasting in beautiful surroundings.
Sedona offers more than 60 unique dining experiences for all types of palettes and price ranges. Whether you’re looking for a 5 star meal or a something a bit more modest our concierge can recommend plenty of options.
When the sun goes down there are still plenty of things to do in Sedona, be sure and talk to the concierge about local piano bars, dancing, music groups and special events!
Relics Restaurant & Nightclub
Located just steps from our property Relics is Sedona’s oldest bar, stop in for dinner and dancing.
With so much to do in Sedona, there are endless options for family fun. From hiking to mountain biking to visiting the Out of Africa Wild Life Park, you’re family is sure to enjoy all of the activities Sedona has to offer. Be sure and check out Blazin’ M Ranch’s Cowboy review and the Harkins Movie Theater, visit Slide Rock State Park and be sure to schedule a Pink Jeep Tour. For information on all of the Sedona activities you and your family have to choose from, be sure and speak with our concierge
Taking in a show at Canyon Moon Theater is yet another popular Sedona activity. The Canyon Moon Theater, Sedona’s only professional theater puts on wonderful productions throughout the year. Be sure and take in a show on your next visit!
Just Outside of Town
Just outside Sedona proper and you’ll find a number of fascinating ruins left behind from the indigenous peoples who inhabited this area thousands of years ago. Also check out one of Sedona’s newest attractions, an African wildlife park, with up-close safari rides and special, once-in-a-lifetime animal feeding experiences.
And be sure to ask our concierge how to get to the Flagstaff observatory. The observatory credited with the discover of the planet Pluto, the Lowell Observatory is an experience not to be missed.