Alma de Sedona Bed & Breakfast Inn, with its incredible Red Rock Views

Where to Beat the Summer Heat in Sedona
Where to Beat the Summer Heat in Sedona

Where to Beat the Summer Heat in Sedona

Arizona’s temperature sure likes to creep up in the summertime. The thought of going on an exposed jeep tour, hiking around on a mesa, or even just being outside might sound unbearable, but

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The Verde Valley Wine Trail
The Verde Valley Wine Trail

The Verde Valley Wine Trail

Many visitors to Sedona are surprised to learn that the region is an up-and-coming wine destination. The Verde Valley’s rocky, dry terrain produces highly concentrated juice with complex and

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The Parks & Gardens of Sedona

When people think of Sedona, they conjure magnificent desert landscapes and iconic red rock formations. But Sedona is also home to many peaceful parks and green spaces where locals come to relax

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Sedona's Significance to the Native People's of Arizona
Sedona's Significance to the Native People's of Arizona

Sedona's Significance to the Native People's of Arizona

Many people travel to Sedona to experience the rich Native American culture of the region. Humans inhabited the Verde Valley as far back as 11,500 B.C. That means there is a lot to explore during

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Fort Verde Historic Park

Fort Verde State Historic Park is one of the finest surviving examples of Indian Wars-era military architecture in the entire state

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Unique Sedona Area Museums

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.

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