List of Sedona Webcams
When Sedona calls your name, you are only a click away from enjoying the red rock beauty. Lucky for us there are a several webcams available so we may enjoy Sedona’s beauty anytime we want.
There is a terrific webcam located at the Sedona Airport. Unfortunately, it was struck by lightning and is currently unavailable. The Sedona Chamber of Commerce states on their website that a new and improved camera is coming in 2019. In the meantime, EarthCam has a “Hall of Fame” slide showing views from summer. Keep checking on EarthCam.com for updates.
Sedona Seven Arches Live
The Sedona Seven Arches Cam is located at the “House of Seven Arches”. The webcam can be found on a hill, above the traffic circle at SR 179 and Schnebly Hill Road near the bridge at Tlaquepaque. The webcam has views of Tlaquepaque, Uptown Sedona and State Route 179. For more information about the House of Seven Arches, visit http://www.sedonsevenarcheslive.com. Learn about the significance of “Lucy’s House” and about the owner Terri Frankel, who is a local Sedona celebrity.
Gateway Cottage Wellness Center
The webcam at the Gateway Cottage Wellness Center has perfect views of Uptown Sedona. You can view Midgley Bridge, Uptown Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon and Snoopy Rock. The Gateway Cottage Wellness Center is located at 470 N. SR 89A in Uptown Sedona.
City of Sedona Webcams
The City of Sedona has two webcams that are fun to watch. The webcams are located at the Jack Malmgren Memorial Skate Park and the Sedona Community Pool. The links for the cameras are located on the City of Sedona website.
Sky Mountain Ranch Webcams
These webcams are local favorites and are frequently featured on Phoenix news channels during weather segments. The Sky Mountain Ranch Webcams have great views of Sedona. These cameras shows the true magnificence of Sedona’s beauty and current weather conditions. Thanks to the owners of these webcams who share their Sedona views with the world.
Information that may interest you.
Sedona is home to two Arizona State Parks. Slide Rock State Park and the Red Rock State Park are both a must see while visiting Sedona. Click through to find more information.
One of the most iconic spots in Sedona is the Chapel of the Holy Cross. Find out more information about this place on the historic registration. View more information by clicking here.
See Sedona’s majestic red rocks from the sky in a hot air balloon. Click here to find more information about the hot air balloon tour companies.
See the back country of Sedona. Jeep and adventure tours know their way around. Click here to see a list of popular tour companies.
Not only can you take a hike in Sedona, but you can also take a Sunday drive any day of the week. Click here for more information about the best scenic drives Sedona has to offer.
Sedona is known for its art galleries, boutiques and souvenirs. Explore the best shopping centers that Sedona has to offer.
View Sedona any time, day or night, using one of Sedona’s many webcams. Click here to view a list of the most popular webcams in Sedona.