Golf, Hiking, Swimming, Bike Riding, U-Drive Jeeping, Ancient
Visitors who come to Sedona to play golf are in heaven with
numerous choices of golf clubs – from a fun-to-play
par 3, nine hole course with mature trees and lakes to PGA
quality golf designed to challenge even the best. Sedona Golf
Village of Oakcreek has numerous courses to enjoy Sedona Golf
and your Sedona Vacation: A Robert Trent Jones Sr. is found
at Oakcreek Country Club and Sedona Golf Resort is a Robert
Trent Jones Jr. 6,824 yard club. Canyon Mesa is a fun and
inexpensive par 3, nine hold course on Jacks Canyon Road is
a great place to enjoy Sedona Golf.
Hiking: Hiking in Sedona is it’s number one activity
and the most fun. Check out the Coconino National Forest Guide
to Hikes in Sedona! Red rock pillars rise to the heavens,
sandstone mesas beckon you to climb their smooth surface &
the refreshing waters of Oak Creek rush by in an ever changing
dance. In this land of heart and healing you will find peace
in the forests, invigorating energy in the streams, and a
sense of the mystery in long lost paths that weave through
red rock canyons. The real gems of Sedona are hidden off the
beaten path and the more you explore, the more you come to
know the secrets of this sacred land.
Best Sunsets: Airport Mesa - Sit on a vortex and watch the
sunset, then stay to see the stars appear while the energy
really begins to hum. Shut your eyes and you may have visions
Grasshopper Point - You'll have too much
fun jumping off these cliffs into the waters of Oak Creek.
Or if you want a little more seclusion, rock hop down the
creek and you can sit with your feet in the water and watch
the bubbles caress your toes!
Crescent Moon State Park - Beautiful, easy
to access, and a great picnic spot. Located on Upper Loop
Road off of Hwy 89A..
Slide Rock State Park - Oh so much fun! Wear old clothes,
hop in the water, and watch yourself go! You'll find swimming
holes, hiking without trails, and lots of fun in the water
and sun. This is a great place to enjoy your Sedona Vacation.
Montezuma's Well - The well is pretty, but
the hike down a brief trail to the right is the real gem.
You'll find yourself at a sacred spring where an ancient sycamore
tree will soothe your soul. Stick your feet in the water any
time of year and let the healing waters wash your cares away.
Honanki - Off the beaten path, the Honanki
ruins are a very special place. Tread lightly and do not touch
the markings on the wall. The place is silent and sacred.
Palatki - An easy set of trails leads you
to a well-preserved set of ruins and one of the best collections
of ancient pictographs in the area. Mystical. The park rangers
are friendly and very informative.
VBar Ranch - This site is small and you have
to pay an entry fee to see it, but if you're interested in
ancient rock art V-Bar is worth the stop!
Montezuma's Castle - On the way to Sedona
from Phoenix, stop at these cliffside ruins to learn more
about the early cultures in the area.
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