While we were in Sedona, Arizona last week, we explored some great places. Here are 10 things everyone needs to do if they visit Sedona Arizona.
Red Rock Chapel: The Red Rock Chapel is a church built on the side of the mountain. It is beautiful.
Oak Creek Canyon: Just a few miles from Sedona is Oak Creek Canyon. It is beautiful there.
Airport Mesa: If you want breathtaking views of Sedona, this is the place to be.
Hike the Trails: There are over 200 miles of hiking trails where you can see spectacular rock formations such as Bell Rock, Thunder Mountain, and Sanctuary Rock. They are well worth putting on your hiking shoes and heading out into nature.
Cowboy Church: If you’ve never been to a Cowboy Church, this will be an experiance. With the cowboy decor, cowboy hats and boots, and old hymns, Sedona’s Cowboy Church will lead you into the presence of God. The people there are friendly too. Every service ends with Happy Trails to You.
Stargaze: The stars in the Sedona clear skies are breathtaking. Be sure to take a jacket with you. Sedona gets cold when the sun goes down.
Palatki Ruins: See the cliff houses and ancient cave drawings the Native Americans of the past made in the Sedona Mountains. You’ll have to travel a dirt road or take a Pink Jeep Tour to get to the ruins, but it is well worth the trip.
Restaurants and Galleries: There are many restaurants and art galleries in Sedona as well as a number of cute shops. Our favorite restaurants while we were there were the Cowboy Club and Grille and Nick’s. If you want to drive an hour to Flagstaff, Black Bart’s Saloon has the best food and entertainment around.