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Sedona

Sedona

City and Parks



Left: Red rock formations surround Sedona.

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Located on Hwy 89A east of I-17. World famous scenery surrounds the city of Sedona. Red rock bluffs and emerald green vegetation set off the deep blue sky. Year round activities make Sedona a fabulous destination.

Towering over Sedona is the Mogollon Rim, home to the largest Ponderosa pine forest in the world. Sedona resides on the south end of the scenic Oak Creek Canyon. Less than an hour to the south is the historic town of Jerome.

See the area by vehicle, hiking or air. Professional jeep and helicoptor tours are available.

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City of Sedona

Enjoy dining and shopping in the city of Sedona. The sculptures throughout the town and the natural scenery add to the beauty of the area. Free concerts by local musicians often entertain visitors.

Ride the free trolley throughout the city. A free public parking lot is located on the north end of town and is on the free trolley circuit.

free Sedona trolley Sedona shopping

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Sedona Hiking Trails

Numerous parks provide hiking and picnic opportunities. Parking lots fill quickly, so plan ahead. Day passes are required.


Special Tips

Traveling with children, pets or special needs


jeep tour traveling with children  Traveling with children
Stores selling toys, ice cream and candy keep little ones entertained. Jeep and helicoptor tours add excitement for people of all ages. Some of the shops contain expensive, breakable items, so are not appropriate for young children.

The state parks offer self-guided and Ranger led interpretive walks (click Red Rock Park link below).

accessibility information  Accessibility
Beautiful scenic areas can be viewed by vehicle. Many trails are wheelchair accessible. Jeep, bus and helicoptor tours offer alternative modes of transportation (check with the tour company for accessibility information).

An accessible public restroom is located inside the Sedona Center. Enter at the Canyon Breeze Restaurant and Bar. There is also a public, accessible restroom behind the Sedona Center on the south end.

travel with pets  Traveling with pets
As in any town, pets are not allowed in restaurants or shops. Leashed pets are allowed in area parks. Pets can dehydrate quickly; bring plenty of water and a bowl. Allow your pet to rest in shady areas as needed. NEVER leave a pet unattended in a vehicle. ALWAYS clean up after your pet.

Sedona Dog Park A leash free dog park is being developed. Click link for information.

Directions & Resources

From Flagstaff, go south on 89A through the scenic Oak Creek Canyon. Sedona is on the south end of this scenic highway.

From Phoenix, go north on I-17. Take 179 northwest to Sedona OR take 260 northwest to Cottonwood. From Cottonwood, go northeast on 89A to Sedona.

Visit www.sedonachamber.com Sedona Chamber of Commerce

Visit Red Rock State Park Reservations & information

Sedona Dog Park Leash free dog park.

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