Things to Do in Sedona
Sedona is a paradise for the do-it-yourself outdoor adventurer. The sheer awe of the scenery here is enough to encourage anyone to want to jump out of their car and go exploring. There are great outdoor activities in Sedona for all ages and all types of people.
Trail & Mountain Biking
Ride the red rocks.
Mountain biking in Sedona has always been one of our most popular activities. We are lucky to have some of the best trails in the country right outside our back door—mountain bikers can ride straight from our hotel to access great trails.
Our staff is happy to help you choose a trail or road that suits your style, so feel free to ask us any questions. If you bring your own gear, we have an area to hose your bike down and wash up in our on-premise park.
Discover our extraordinary trails on foot.
Sedona, with its red rock buttes, sandstone cliffs, and towering mesas, is well-known for its desert beauty and sacred sites that you can walk to.
Here at Sedona Real, we’re right next to lots of hiking trails with different terrains, degrees of difficulty, and natural wonders to discover along the way.
Start your own 4×4 adventure.
If you’re the adventurous type, there are lots of companies in town that will rent you a four-wheel-drive vehicle or ATV. Most places will help you out by giving you directions and easy-to-follow trail maps for your off-road adventure.
There are many rental shops to choose from, so it’s best to ask our guest services team to help send you to the right place based on what type of vehicle you’re looking for.
Explore unmatched scenery.
When you’re in Sedona, beautiful scenery surrounds you in every direction. Of course, there are some places that will take your breath away even more than others. We encourage everyone to drive the Red Rock Loop and make their way through Oak Creek Canyon to see as much beautiful scenery as possible. For more information about the best views, we can show you where to go.
Native American Landmarks
Here, history is everywhere.
The temperate Sedona weather and beautiful scenery inspired people to settle this land thousands of years ago; in fact, numerous Native American tribes have inhabited the area throughout history. In fact, many ruins still exist today bearing evidence of people who once called this place home.
Slide Rock State Park
Make a splash.
Slide Rock State Park in Oak Creek Canyon is one of Arizona’s most popular destinations. In the summer, people flock to this unique park to take a refreshing dip in the stream, slide down the slippery rocks, and have picnics.
If Slide Rock is too packed, you can always check out Grasshopper Point & Crescent Moon Ranch, or jump in our own sparkling swimming pool or spa.
Golfing in Sedona
Play around in spectacular scenery.
With its warm climate and beautiful vistas of the area’s iconic red rocks, golfing in Sedona is ideal year-round. Many golf courses in Sedona feature not only beautifully maintained grounds, but also putting and chipping greens, driving ranges and golf lessons, and clubhouses that serve refreshing beverages and fantastic food.
If you need some help picking a course or setting up a tee time, just ask exploration experts.