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Food & Drink
Locally owned and a true Mom & Pop
Unique Dining Experience in Famous Historic Lodge
Gourmet Backyard Cuisine
Lunch / Dinner / Sushi Bar/Martini Bar
Safari Tours/Shows/Hands-on Interaction
Scenic Hot Air Balloon Flights
Films/World Premiers/Workshops
Internet Voice Of Sedona & The Verde Valley
Facials - Massage - Acupuncture - Hydrafacial - Medi Spa
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Encouraging & Outfitting Traveling Photographer's The World Over
Psychic Readers/Jewelry/Books/Music/Crystals
Metaphysical Super Store / Psychic Readings / Aura Photos
Huge Selection of Cameras, Film, Tripods, All Camera Supplies
Featuring Award Winning Native American Artistd

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Alma de Sedona Inn
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Andante Inn of Sedona
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Arroyo Pinion Hotel
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Baby Quail Inn
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Connor Hotel of Jerome
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Desert Quail Inn
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Highlands Resort at Verde Ridge
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La Petite Sedona
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Oak Creek Terrace Resort
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Orchard Canyon...on Oak Creek
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Sedona Hilltop Inn
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Sedona Pines Resort
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Sedona Real Inn & Suites
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Sedona Village Lodge
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Sky Ranch Lodge
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Sugar Loaf Lodge
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The Star Motel
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The Views Inn
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Wildflower Inn at Bell Rock
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Things To Do
Red Rock State Park
Located off Hwy. 89A on Lower Red Rock Loop Road. Discover the nature of Sedona with over 285 acres of beauty preserved for your enjoyment. Take advantage of lectures, videos and exhibits along with guided tours informing you of flora, fauna, wildlife, geology and history of the area.
Slide Rock State Park
Located on Hwy. 89A, in Oak Creek Canyon. Enjoy cooling off with excitement in this natural slick water chute in Oak Creek. Pets and glass containers are prohibited, but picnicking is allowed.
Oak Creek Canyon
Located north on Hwy. 89A, Oak Creek Canyon is a popular spot for tourists to enjoy panoramic scenery and relax in the beauty of Sedona.
Red Rock Crossing Park
Located off Hwy. 89A, Upper Red Rock Loop.
Boynton Canyon
Located off Hwy. 89A, Dry Creek Road in West Sedona.
Jack’s Canyon
Located off Hwy. 179, across from Verde Valley School Road, Village of Oak Creek
Posse Grounds
Located off Hwy. 89A, on Posse Grounds Road. Featuring play area, tennis and basketball courts, picnic areas and swimming pool.
Spring Concert–Sedona Concert Band at Sedona Red Rock High School 284-9120 Annual Hillside Festival of the Arts–at Hillside Courtyard and Marketplace 282-4500 Theatre at its best– at Sedona Arts Center 282-3809 Annual Western Americana Festival– Celebrating love of country, community and flag 282-9441 Sedona Chamber Music Society Concerts 526-2256
Sedona Chamber Music Society Concerts 526-2256 Annual Golf Tournament–Sedona Oak Creek Canyon Chamber of Commerce 282-7722
Sedona Chamber Music Society Concerts 526-2256 Fireworks–Sedona Oak Creek Canyon Lions Club at Red Rock High School 282-4126 Theatre at its best– at Sedona Arts Center 282-3809
Theatre at its best– at Sedona Arts Center 282-380 Northern Arizona Junior Open USTA– at Sedona Racquet Club 282-4197
Pops Concert Sedona Flagstaff Symphony 774-5107 Pops Concert Sedona Flagstaff Symphony 774-5107 Annual Sedona Jazz on the Rocks– at Sedona Cultural Park 282-1985 Youth Band Concert Sedona Jazz on the Rocks– at Tlaquepaque 282-1985 Sedona Chamber Music Society Concerts 526-2256
Bishops Beach
Two blocks from Old Town at the end of Bunnell Street you will find Bishops Beach. A picnic shelter with grills, restroom facilities, Beluga Sough trailhead, and beach combing are just the beginning of the fun to be had at Bishops Beach. Easy walking distance to shops, restaurants, and art galleries in Old Town, and to the Islands and Ocean Visitor Center via the Beluga Slough Trail, as well as miles of beach.

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