Facts and Trivia about Sedona

Sedona has over 2 million visitors a year.

There are 11 Roundabouts from the Village of Oak Creek into Sedona.

Sedona’s elevation is 4500 feet about sea level.

The sun shines over 300 days a year.

The only McDonalds in the world with teal arches is in Sedona.

The movie “Sedona” was made here.

It snows in Sedona, but usually melts off before the day is over.

Home to a natural waterslide, Slide Rock.

Tony Bennett performed a concert at the now defunct Sedona Cultural Park.

The main route of the Sedona St. Patrick’s Day Parade used to be right on Highway 89A, closing it for hours on the day of the parade.

Ann Miller and Donald O’Connor were residents of Sedona and were often seen at Basha’s.

Sedona International Film Festival plays host to many movie stars, directors and producers.  Past honorees include Ed Asner, Rita Rudner, Sean Young and Ted Danson.

The Arizona Diamondbacks official colors include “Sedona Red”.

The 1998 movie Midnight Run was filmed in Sedona, causing Highway 89A to be closed for periods of time.