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The American Southwest
An excellent travel guide and Map to incredible landscapes, National Parks, National Monuments and Historical Sites in the Sedona Area.

Arizona State Parks

The official Arizona State Parks Web site listing detailed information about each Sedona area park including: park facilities, history, hours and directions.

Red Rock Ranger District
The Forest Service has a comprehensive listing of Camp Grounds, Hiking Trails, Wilderness Areas, Scenic Drives, Boating, Fishing and Picnic areas.

Interactive Arizona State Map
A comprehensive state map perfect for plotting out your trip.

Sedona Road Map
This map gives an excellent overview showing West Sedona, Uptown Sedona, the Village of Oak Creek and Oak Creek Canyon.

Arizona Attractions Photo Tour
This photo tour includes the Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, Chapel of the Holy Cross, Canyon de Chelly, Petrified Forest, Montezuma's Castle and Jerome.

Virtual 3D Tour of Sedona
Get a glimpse of the beauty of Sedona with a 3D tour of 16 locations including Bell Rock, Coffee Pot, Cathedral Rock, Airport Mesa and Slide Rock Park.


Arcosanti
An experimental town 40 miles south of Sedona being built to demonstrate ways to improve urban conditions and lessen our destructive impact on the earth.

Arizona Snowbowl
Here you'll find excellent skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, skijoring, snowshoeing and a Summer Scenic Sky ride in Flagstaff.

Blazin' M Ranch
Open since 1994 Blazin' M Ranch is a true Western experience that the entire family will enjoy. Only 20 minutes from Sedona in Cottonwood.

Chapel of the Holy Cross
Built in 1956 directly into a butte the Chapel offers spectacular views. The Chapel of the Holy Cross is a Catholic chapel which is open to all denominations.

Cliff Castle Casino
Take a 45 minute drive from Sedona and you can be gambling, bowling, dancing and/or dining out in Camp Verde's major tourist attraction.

The Grand Canyon National Park
Its beauty and size humble us. Its timelessness provokes a comparison to our short existence. In its vast spaces we may find solace from our hectic lives.

Grand Canyon Railway & Resort
Travel from the early 1900s is recreated during the scenic journey. You'll be entertained by cowboy characters, and be part of a mock train robbery.

Grand Canyon IMAX Theater
Experience the 7-story giant screen presentation of "GRAND CANYON-THE HIDDEN SECRETS", shown at the Grand Canyon IMAXģ Theater.

Jerome - Old Mining Ghost Town
Once a thriving mining camp between the late-1880s and early 1950s, Jerome is now a bustling tourist magnet with a population of about 450.

Lowell Observatory
Lowell Observatory is a privately owned astronomical research institution located in Flagstaff at an elevation of 7,260 feet.

Meteor Crater
50,000 years ago, a huge iron-nickel meteorite, hurtling at about 40,000 miles per hour, struck the rocky plain of Flagstaff, Arizona.

Museum of Northern Arizona
The Museum of Northern Arizona in Flagstaff, houses nearly 5 million objects in its anthropology, biology, fine art, and geology collections.

Planes of Fame
The Air Museum houses over 150 aircraft at its two locations and is dedicated to preserving aviation history for the benefit of future generations.

Museum of the Red Rocks
A private, non-profit museum of natural history, offering exhibits about the natural history of Sedona, and the Colorado Plateau.

Red Rock Fantasy of Lights
Now in its thirteenth year and boasting fifty-one displays created by families from the Southwest, the festival promises never-before-seen marvels of light that leave children in wonderment and move adult minds to enjoy the holidays as they did when they were young.

Sedona Ecofest
The Sedona Ecofest is one of the fastest growing ecological festivals in the United States.

Sedona Heritage Museum
Museum which focuses on the period from 1870 to 1950 -- the lifestyles and works of the people who pioneered the Sedona community.

Sedona International Film Festival
Itís a whole weekend celebrating the power of film. And it all happens in the breathtaking beauty of Sedona.

Sedona Jazz on the Rocks
Sedona Jazz on the Rocks began in 1981 when a small group of jazz lovers decided to produce a concert among the beautiful red rocks of Sedona.

Spirit Mountain Ranch
The home of the White Buffalo. The Lakota (Sioux) Nation has passed down the original story, now approximately 2,000 years old.

Verde Canyon Railway
The land traveled by this Railroad provides the only way possible to view a unique and protected wilderness preservation.

Verde Santa Fe Golf Course
An affordable and challenging golf course located across the beautiful Verde Valley from spectacular Mingus Mountain, site of historic Jerome.

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