Things to Do in Beautiful Sedona
Find Something Fun to Do
Find Something Fun to Do
Get out there and explore! Sedona has many recreational activities to enjoy. Hiking, shopping, museums, day spas, scenic drives and jeep tours will keep you busy. There are dozens of tour companies that will show you around Sedona or you can choose to make your own adventure. Here’s our list of recommendations to help you plan your vacation.
Things to do – Stargazing in Sedona
Sedona’s weather and clear skies make for the best stargazing. The best place to stargaze is pretty much anywhere in Sedona. If you’re from a big city, this might be the first time you will ever see the Milky Way. With dark skies, you may be able to see more than just stars in the sky. UFOs are not uncommon here. Take a look at our list of best places to Stargaze in Sedona and check out some of the most recommended tours.
Sedona is home to four premiere golf courses. Three are located in the Village of Oak and one in Seven Canyons. Situated in the stunning red rocks, Sedona is the best place to take in a round of golf. There is Golfing all year long.
Sedona’s State Parks
Get to know Arizona State parks that are located in Sedona. Learn about Red Rock State Park and everything the park has to offer like hikes and guided walks. Or learn about Slide Rock State Park located in Oak Creek Canyon. Slide Rock is one of Sedona’s most famous landmarks.
There is so much to learn about Arizona’s State Parks in Sedona and beautiful Slide Rock State Park.
The phrase “go take a hike” has a whole different meaning in Sedona. Go outdoors and find your own special spot to take in everything Sedona has to offer. Find trails for the seasoned hiker or for the casual hikers. Best Hikes include some of our favorites like Cathedral Rock Trail, Bell Rock Trail, Devil’s Bridge Trail and more.
Hot Air Balloon Tours
Take to the air and see Sedona from above. Hot air balloon tours will whisk you away far above the city for a view that is gorgeous. Tours sell out fast, so make reservations early. Hot Air Balloon Tours take flight daily.
Jump in the car and take a drive around Sedona. Take the Scenic Byway, Schnebly Hill Road or the Red Rock Loop Roads. Also, find your way to the top of the Airport Mesa where you can see some awesome sunsets.
Rent a Mountain Bike
Mountain Biking in Red Rock Country is unlike anything you’ve ever done. Rent a mountain bike in the Village of Oak Creek for easy access to the Bell Rock Pathway or rent from West Sedona, where more trails await you. Mountain Bike Rentals are available all year long.
See the backcountry by taking a Jeep Tour. See our sources to find the perfect Jeep tour that best fits your time and budget. Jeep Tours are a great way to see Sedona’s landscape. Take in a Jeep Tour today.
If it is rest and relaxation you seek, then take time to visit one of Sedona’s day spas. Massages, facials, nails or body treatments are just some of the pampering you’ll find here. See More Information about Day Spas
Things to do – Visit Chapel of the Holy Cross
Visit one of Sedona’s most iconic landmarks. The Chapel of the Holy Cross is a must see during your visit. Read more about The Chapel
Hike Bell Rock Trail
Hike around one of Sedona’s most recognizable red rock formations. This is one of Sedona’s easier hikes coming in at about 1.5 miles. If you’re more adventurous, maybe you’ll try hiking up a few of the stair steps or maybe you’ll take the Courthouse Vista Loop. Either way, you’ll find the views are spectacular at Bell Rock.
Swimming Holes in Sedona
Find a place to cool off on hot summer days. Try Slide Rock State Park, Grasshopper Point or Sedona’s Community Swimming Pool. Cool off this Summer at Sedona’s best swimming holes.
Take a Wine Tour
Sedona and the Verde Valley is known as Northern Arizona’s Wine Trail. Dozens of wineries and tasting rooms can be found all over the area. You can take tours of the vineyards or enjoy a wine sampling while enjoying the atmosphere. Wine Tours are the perfect way to see this booming industry in the Sedona area.
Take a Day Trip to the Grand Canyon
Visit the south rim of the Grand Canyon National Park from Sedona. A little more than a 2 hour drive, you have to see one of the seven wonders of the world. The Grand Canyon has so much to offer.