Located on the southernmost end of Sedona is the cottage location, Oak Creek, a village that offers galleries, shops and a superb shopping experience at the charming Tlaquepaque, a recreated Mexican village. Additional shops and galleries in the area offer alternative browsing. This area is also called the Chapel area, due to the proximity to the Chapel of the Holy Cross which was designed by a student of Frank Lloyd Wright. The village area also offers upscale dining, golf, tennis, and shopping.
Rich in culture, the Uptown area offers the Sedona Arts Center, which includes a school and gallery, with juried works exhibited by various artists. It is also home to the Sedona Heritage Museum, the original farmstead of one of Sedona's founding families.
Oak Creek Canyon can be reached by taking Highway 89A, one of the most beautiful and scenic drives in American according to Rand-McNally. Hiking and fishing are two favorite pastimes at Oak Creek and there are many secluded spots to relax and relieve your mind of daily stresses and anxiety.
In Sedona’s West side, you will find interesting shops, fine dining and grocery stores. The new Georgia Frontiere Performing Arts Pavilion is home to the annual Jazz on the Rocks concert in September, and the Sedona Ecofest benefit event in October. Go a little further southwest to visit the Red Rock State Park, which is one of the most photographed locations in the world.
Southeast of Sedona is Montezuma's Castle and nearby Montezuma's Well, outstanding examples of cliff dwellings that were built by the Sinagua people. The area was originally occupied by the Hohokam, who farmed the bottomland using a unique irrigation system that extended for more than a mile from the fresh springs of Montezuma's Well.
Early cultures left traces etched and painted on the surfaces of immoveable rocks. These renderings are referred to as "rock art". Canyon walls are also decorated with the artistic creations of these people. One Anasazi figure believed to represent fertility repeats is called Kokopelli. This image appears as a humpbacked flute player and is a common figure found on local pottery and jewelry. Native American stories describe him as a traveling musician and scoundrel, who carried blankets, babies and seeds in his back, which he used to seduce maidens.
Visitors can also see the beauty of the red rocks from a higher realm, in a fabulous hot air balloon. Coconino National Forest permits a couple of hot air balloon tour groups to offer birds' eye views. Float above the canyon and forests, and then land for a satisfying champagne picnic. After your date with the wind, delightful hiking tours are offered at Red Rock State Park and Slide Rock State Park. Expeditions on four wheels or four legs are also featured in the area.
has long been a spiritual center for personal growth and balance as
well as an area possessing rare, naturally occurring energy vortexes.
Many local vortex tours are available that will familiarize you with
the specific behaviors of these power sources.
2 Flat screen TV’s with remote controls
Satelite TV with DVR
Playstation 2 with games!
VCR/DVD Player with movies!
Computer with internet service plus High Speed Wireless
Master bedroom, New king size bed with private
Guest bedroom 1, New Queen size bed
Guest bedroom 2, New Full size Futton, sleeps 2,
Private laundry includes washer & dryer
Air Conditioning and swamp cooler for the perfect
combo of humidity
Ceiling fans throughout
Forced air heating
All furnishings are new
Kitchen is fully equipped including cookware,
range, oven, microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator,
icemaker, silverware, flatware and stemware
Patio furniture with umbrella and loungers
Bed linens, towels, iron and ironing board
Desirable Village of Oak Creek location, close to
Private, quiet location with incredible views