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52 Things to do in Sedona

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If it’s your first time or your 52nd time to Sedona, here are 52 things to do. Sedona is a place that never gets old and always looks different. Whether you want to wine taste, golf, learn about Sedona’s sacred side or merely relax in its beauty here are some tips to entice! To start planning your Sedona experience visit visitsedona.com.

1. Take a Sedona Trolley tour- “the best first thing to do in Sedona”

2. Hike one of the 100+ hiking trails in the Coconino National Forest surrounding Sedona

3. Golf at one of the many beautifully maintained public golf courses

4. Visit the Sedona Arts Center

5. Take a Wine Country Tour

6. Visit the Chapel of the Holy Cross

7. See Sedona from above on a bi-plane, helicopter or hot air balloon tour

8. Check out Sedona’s spiritual bookstores and gift shops

9. Visit a Vortex

10. Take a 4×4 adventure tour- get up close to the rocks in an adventurous fashion

11. Visit Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village

12. Indulge with a custom Sedona red clay massage treatment

13. Enjoy a rattlesnake appetizer washed down with a prickly pear margarita

14. Swim at Slide Rock State Park

15. Watch the sunset at the Sedona Airport overlook

16. Shop at Hillside Sedona

17. Take a scenic drive along State Route 179- Arizona’s only All American Road

18. Hike the Bird Sanctuary in Page Springs

19. Take a journey through a Sedona labyrinth

20. Try some locally made fudge or ice cream

21. Catch a trout in Oak Creek

22. Go hiking at Red Rock Crossing and have a picnic lunch

23. Play a round of miniature golf at Los Abrigados Resort

24. Visit the Sedona Heritage Museum

25. Have lunch at Enchantment Resort- breathtaking views and unforgettable food

26. Attend “First Friday at the Gallery” every first Friday of every month

27. Get your aura photographed

28. Enjoy a microbrew at Oak Creek Brewery

29. Check out the unique shops at Hozho

30. Relax poolside at one of the many hotels and resorts

31. Check in for a romantic weekend at a Bed & Breakfast

32. Purchase a souvenir t-shirt

33. Shop, dine and soak in the view at Hyatt Pinon Pointe Center

34. Enjoy a lunch with a view at one of many Sedona restaurants

35. Visit one of many art galleries

36. Visit the Institute of Eco-Tourism for a fun environmental experience

37. Take a self guided walking tour of Historic Uptown

38. Rent an Electric Scooter and scoot through Sedona

39. Take a day trip to Historic Jerome

40. Hike to the bottom of Montezuma’s Well

41. Stop in at the Sedona Visitor Center and buy a SuperPass coupon book

42. Drop in for a 2nd Tuesday film with the Sedona International Film Festival

43. Rent a mountain bike and hit the trails

44. Take a day trip to the Grand Canyon

45. Take a scenic drive up Oak Creek Canyon to Flagstaff

46. Visit Out of Africa Wildlife Park

47. Enjoy star gazing with Sedona’s dark skies

48. Try rattlesnake or prickly pear cactus fries

49. Find Snoopy Rock, Coffee Pot Rock and Chimney Rock

50. Participate in the Follow the Red Rock Road scavenger hunt

51. Take a day trip to the Hopi Reservation

52. Relax at the end of the day with a glass of locally made wine and the red rock views

For more information on Sedona visit visitsedona.com or check out some of these great Sedona travel guides:
Sedona’s Top 10 Hikes

Secret Sedona: Sacred Moments in the Landscape (Special Scenic Collection)

Best Easy Day Hikes Sedona

Sedona: Sacred Earth

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About the Author

Alexa
Alexa Meisler is the editorial director of 52 Perfect Days. Born in Paris, France she has since lived in Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego. She currently resides in Portland, Oregon with her husband and son where they enjoy exploring the Northwest United States.
  • jollivee

    These are nice tips. I have been planning to spend my summer in Sedona and this will serve my list of activities. Thanks..