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Stargazing in Sedona

Our Tips for Visiting the Grand Canyon

Sedona Wolf Week 2018

Our Favorite Arizona National Parks (That Aren’t the Grand Canyon)

A Local’s Guide to Dining in Sedona

Our Favorite Sedona Tours

September 22, 2018

Inside Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village

Posted by: Lori Reinhold Tlaquepaque (pronounced T-la-keh-pah-keh) means the "best of everything" in the ancient language of the Aztecs. This is the perfect way to describe Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village, considered by many to be the “heart and soul of Sedona.” Nestled beneath the shade of sycamores on the banks of lovely Oak Creek, Tlaquepaque …

October 13, 2018

Our Favorite Sedona Day Trips

Posted by: Lori Reinhold There is more than enough in Sedona to keep you occupied for the duration of your stay with us. From its world-class restaurants to its unbeatable hiking trails, Sedona is a true trip in itself. However, Sedona also makes the perfect home base for a variety of unique and exciting day …

November 6, 2018

5 Great Sedona Date Ideas

Posted by: Lori Reinhold Looking to find true love? Sedona might be just the place for you. With its beautiful red rock surroundings, friendly locals, and year round events & activities, it is easy to fall for Sedona and the great people who live here. But the foundation of any grand romance is the all …

November 17, 2018

Our Favorite Spas & Yoga Studios

Posted by: Lori Reinhold Sedona is an international destination for wellness lovers and spiritual seekers. The gorgeous desert landscapes and friendly, welcoming locals make Sedona a wonderful place to relax, recharge, and reconnect. Promises of renewal and transformation are always close by in Sedona, whether it’s through the healing powers of the red rocks or …

December 2, 2018

Unique Sedona Area Museums

Posted by: Lori Reinhold Are you looking for a little culture during your time in Sedona? Lucky for you, the city is filled with many wonderful opportunities to explore the region’s rich art, history, and culture. Though Sedona doesn’t boast big, high-profile institutions like New York or Chicago, our charming museums, arts centers, and historic …

December 10, 2018

5 Ideas for Family Fun in Sedona

Posted by: Lori Reinhold Sedona is often considered a destination for couples looking for a romantic weekend escape and individuals ready to explore nature or seek spiritual fulfillment. However, Sedona also offers a wealth of kid-friendly activities for families eager to plan a fun-filled vacation amongst Sedona’s iconic red rocks. If you are traveling with …

December 26, 2018

3 Unique Ways to Explore the Outdoors in Sedona

Posted by: Lori Reinhold One of the main reasons people visit Sedona is to explore the great outdoors. While hiking is by far the most popular outdoor activity, there are so many other unique ways to experience the majesty that is Sedona’s red rock landscapes. If you are seeking a thrilling, out-of-the-ordinary adventure during your …

January 10, 2019

A Runner’s Guide to Sedona

Posted by: Lori Reinhold Sedona’s mild winter temperatures, diverse terrain, and beautiful landscapes make it a great place to go for a run. Sedona is truly a trail runner’s paradise. Whether you want a challenging uphill climb or a meandering jaunt along a canyon stream, the perfect run is waiting for you here in Sedona. …

January 28, 2019

A Night on the Town in Sedona

Posted by: Lori Reinhold Sedona is mostly a destination for people who like to explore during the day. Visitors tend to use their time here to get outside, browse art galleries, or possibly treat themselves to a relaxing spa day or wellness retreat. However, it is also easy to have fun in Sedona once darkness …

February 18, 2019

Fort Verde Historic Park

Posted by: Lori Reinhold Fort Verde State Historic Park is one of the finest surviving examples of Indian Wars-era military architecture in the entire state of Arizona. In the mid-to-late 1800s, Camp Verde served as a vital staging base for military operations in the region. Anyone who is interested in learning more about the settling of …

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