Canyon Villa Bed & Breakfast Inn of Sedona
40 Canyon Circle Dr, Village of Oak Creek, SEDONA, Arizona, USAhttp://www.canyonvilla.com(800) 453-1166Our B&B Inn is perfectly situated in a quiet section of Sedona called the Village of Oak Creek. With Red Rock Country as our backyard, guests experience front row seats to the spectacular sunrises and sunsets of world famous Bell Rock and Courthouse Butte with only a short scenic drive north into the mercantile area within the City of Sedona.
Unique Sedona Area Dining
7000 State Route 179 # A126, Sedona, AZhttp://www.cucinarustica.com(928) 284-3010A GREAT choice for fine yet casual dining on your first night. Outstanding Italian/Mediterranean Cuisine with a unique Southwest Flair. Decorated in a charming Old World Tuscan Theme, just 2 Minutes from Canyon Villa! (A sister Restaurant of the famous Dahl & Diluca Italiano Restaurante.)
Dahl & Di Luca Ristorante
2321 W State Route 89A, Sedona, AZhttp://www.dahlanddiluca.com(928) 282-5219Delicious Italian, homemade pasta in a very charming atmosphere. Approximately 15 Minutes from Canyon Villa.(Also, see Cucina Rustica).
Rene at Tlaquepaque
Tlaquepaque, Sedona, AZwww.rene-sedona.com928-282-9225Fine Dining in the beautiful atmosphere in the center of Tlaquepaque. The environment and food are elegant and romantic. Also a great place for a classy lunch with wonderful courtyard seating in warm seasons.
771 State Route 179 Sedona, AZ 86336http://www.elotecafe.com(928) 203-0105Outstanding Mexcan cuisine not to be missed. Located in the King's Ransom hotel just south of Oak Creek on SR 179.
Garland's Oak Creek Lodge
8067 North State Route 89Ahttp://www.garlandslodge.com/dining.html(928) 282-3343Rustic lodge located in scenic Oak Creek Canyon. Offers a set multi-course menu at 7:00 p.m. only. Cocktails at 6 PM. Features home-grown fruits, vegetables & herbs. Reservations must be made well in advance as only a limited number of non-lodging guests can be accommodated. Closed Nov 15th thru March 31st. Approximately 25 minutes from Canyon Villa.
1610 W State Route 89A, Sedona, AZhttp://www.heartlinecafe.com(928) 282-0785Unusual, creative, and popular menu, pleasant atmosphere, outdoor patio dining available in warm months. Approximately 12 minutes from Canyon Villa.
778 N Main St, Cottonwood, AZ 86326http://www.abbieskitchen.com928-634-3300A small and completely charming restaurant. Cuisine is varied and prepared to order in a quaint, comfortable and romantic setting. Chef owned. Open for dinner Wed thru Sat only.
202N Main St, Cottonwood, AZ 86326www.vvschoolhouse.com928-634-0700A New American Cuisine. Chef owned featuring a Chef bar (where you can watch the chef) plus a popular community table. Lunch and dinner. Outstanding food, friendly staff AND customers.
1650 W. State Route 89A • Suite 4D • West Sedona AZ 86336http://www.dansbistro.com928-282-0744A small intimate and personal restaurant. Owner, "Chef Dan", has been the Executive Chef/Food & Beverage director of Seven Canyons Private Golf and Residence Club. Outstanding and creative cuisine. Reservations Required.
Garlands Oak Creek Market
8067 N. State Route 89A Sedona, Arizonahttp://indiangardens.com928-282-7702A great place to stop for a picnic lunch on the way to Flagstaff. Gourment Sandwiches, pastries, unique beers and sodas.
525 Boynton Canyon Roadhttp://www.enchantmentresort.com/dining(928) 282-2900Spectacular views during the day or on moonlit evenings. Southwest flavor in a beautiful Boynton Canyon setting. Good choice for a mid-day lunch or for cocktails at sunset. Reservations mandatory in order to enter the Resort grounds. Seasonal Availability. Approximately 35-40 minutes from Canyon Villa.
Sedona Airport, Sedona, AZhttp://www.mesagrillsedona.com928-282-2400Located by the runway at the beautiful Sedona Airport on Airport Mesa, this American Grill has great views and traditional American food.
Sedona Memories Bakery & Cafe
321 Jordan Road, Sedona, AZ 86336https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sedona-Memories-Bakery-Cafe/259297364032928-282-0032Wonderful (HUGE) sandwiches made to order on homemade bread. Limited indorr seating. Picnic tale seating outside, or call ahead for takeout.
Juniper Bar & Grille, Sedona Golf Resort
35 Ridge Trail Dr, Sedona, AZ 86351http://www.juniperbargrille.com982-284-2093Upscale Bar and Grill open for Breakfast and Lunch 7 days a week. Located in the Sedona Golf Resort. Open 8:00 AM to 4 PM.
Sedona Golf Courses
Oak Creek Country Club
690 Bell Rock Blvd, Sedona, AZ 86351http://www.oakcreekcountryclub.com888-284-1660This Sedona, Arizona golf course is a traditional layout similar to those that you may find in the midwestern United States. In the usual Trent Jones manner, the fairways are classic tree lined doglegs with fairway bunkers strategically placed in the landing areas and greens which are all slightly elevated and surrounded with large swirling greenside bunkers. The golf course is "player friendly", allowing plenty of room for error but always with an opportunity to recover and get errant shots back into play.
Sedona Golf Resort
35 Ridge Trail Drive, Sedona, AC 86351www.sedonagolfresort.com(877) 733 6630No other Sedona golf course provides a better combination of jaw-dropping splendor and exceptional challenge than the acclaimed Sedona Golf Resort. Located in the heart of one of the most captivating regions of the Southwest, the thrilling 6,646-yard, par - 71 course is widely considered among the world's most unforgettable golf experiences.
Canyon Mesa Country Club
500 Jacks Canyon Road Sedona, AZ 86351http://www.canyonmesacountryclub.com(928) 284-0036A nine-hole executive gem that caters to every type of golfer. Tucked quaintly away in a corner of the Village of Oak Creek, Canyon Mesa is ideal for novices and yet challenging enough for the more experienced. Due to its short length -- it averages just 140 yards a hole from the white tees -- Canyon Mesa is perfect for those just learning the game. But its narrowness and difficult greens makes it challenging for long-time golfers working on "target golf". Canyon Mesa is also the best public golf value in Sedona.
431 State Route 179 Ste A1-2, HozhoSedona, AZ 86336928-282-2865A collection of distinctive shops with prestigious galleries and folk art. Located in Gallery Row on sceninc SR 179.
Hillside Shops & Courtyard
671 Arizona 179, Sedona, AZ 86336http://www.hillsidesedona.net(928) 282-4500Thirty specialty shops with multiple levels of galleries and dining located at 671 St Rt 179 in Sedona. Red Rock views with beautiful courtyards, patios, and an artistic river of water running from level to level.
Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village
336 State Route 179 · Sedona AZhttp://www.tlaq.com(928) 282-4838Your unforgettable Sedona experience must include spending time at internationally renowned Tlaquepaque (pronounced Tla-keh-pah-keh), Sedona Arizona's Arts & Crafts Village. Nestled beneath the shade of the sycamores on the banks of beautiful Oak Creek in Sedona, Tlaquepaque is the most distinctive shopping experience to be found in the Southwest.
Shops at Pinion Pointe
101 North Highway 89A, Sedona, AZhttp://www.theshopsathyattpinonpointe.com(928) 254-1006 21 Shops, Galleries, and Restaurants with 3 beautiful courtyards and Red Rock views throughout. Starbucks, the Wildflower Bread Company, are two popular stops for travelers while browing the shops.
North SR 89A, Sedona, AZ 86336The center of Sedona's tourist area, there is something for everyone here. Restaurants, jeep tour companies, fudge shops, jewelry stores, Indian goods, art, and more. Located on ST 89A between SR 179 and Oak Creek Canyon.
Sedona Visitor Centers
Red Rock Ranger Station
8375 State Route 179, Sedona, Arizonahttp://www.redrockcountry.org/about-us/south-gateway.shtml(928) 282-4119Headquarters for the Red Rock District of the Coconino National Forest. Located within minutes of Canyon Villa, it is staffed with trained volunteers and rangers who can give you a quick introduction to the entire Red Rock area.
Chamber of Commerce
331 Forest Road, Uptown Sedona, AZ 86336http://www.visitsedona.com/article/73928-203-2900The Chamber Visitor Center provides volunteers and staff to assist all visitors . Unbiased information about activities, restaurants, tours and more. Open 7 days a week 8 AM to 5 PM including most Holidays.
Sedona New Day Spa
1449 W State Route 89A • Sedona, AZ 86336http://www.sedonanewdayspa.com(928) 282 7502Beautifully decorated with a modern and elegant decor, this spa is popular with many of our guests., offering 35 different types of treatments for both women and men as well.
Hilton Resort Spa
10 Ridge Trail, Sedona, AZ 86351http://hiltonsedonaspa.com928-284-6900Just minutes from our Bed and Breakfast Inn, the spacious Hilton Resort Spa is open to the public. Their specialities include Massages, Facials and Body Treatments.
6101 Highway 179 Suite C Village of Oak Creek: Sedona, AZ 86351http://www.absolutebikes.net/sedona877-284-1242Absolute Bikes is Sedona’s and the Verde Valley’s source for bike sales, service and rentals. We are dedicated to having bicycles, parts, accessories and clothing in stock for all types and abilities of riders, from the hardcore enthusiast to the novice, from mountain to road to dirt jump and BMX.
Area Parks & Picnic Areas
Red Rock State Park
4050 Red Rock Loop Roadhttp://www.pr.state.az.us/parks/RERO/index.html(928) 282-6907Red Rock State Park is open 7 days a week from 8 am – 5 pm. The Visitor Center is open 9 am – 5 pm daily. Movie Theatre, Guided Walks, Jr. Ranger Program. The mission of the park is to preserve the riparian habitat associated with Oak Creek; to serve as an environmental education facility; and to provide limited passive recreational opportunities.
Crescent Moon Ranch Picnic Area
Red Rock Crossing Rd & Forest Parkhttp://www.fs.fed.us/r3/coconino/recreation/red_rock/crescentmoon-picnic.shtml(928) 282-4119Operated and maintained by the National Forest Service, there is a small fee for entry to this well maintained picnic area with it's spectacular view of Cathedral Rock. The area is also known as Red Rock Crossing and is a mecca for Sedona photographers.
Slide Rock State Park
6871 N. Highway 89A Sedona, AZ 86336http://azstateparks.com/Parks/SLRO/index.html(928) 282-3034The park is named after the famous Slide Rock, a stretch of slippery creek bottom adjacent to the homestead. Visitors may slide down a slick natural water chute or wade and sun along the creek. The swim area is located on National Forest land which is jointly managed by Arizona State Parks and the U.S. Forest Service. Together these areas have seen the making of many Hollywood movies such as "Broken Arrow" (1950) with James Stewart, "Drum Beat" (1954) with Alan Ladd and Charles Bronson, "Gun Fury" (1953) with Rock Hudson and Donna Reed, and a scene from "Angel and the Badman" (1946) with John Wayne.
Dead Horse Ranch St Pk
675 Dead Horse Ranch Rd. Cottonwood, AZ 86326http://azstateparks.com/parks/DEHO/index.html(928) 634-5283Rare Riparian area with lagoons for fishing, birdwatching, horseback riding, biking, hiking, and picnicking. Located by Cottonwood to the west of Sedona.
Montezuma Castle National Monument
2800 Montezuma Castle Hwy Camp Verde, AZ 86322http://www.nps.gov/moca/index.htm(928) 567-3322Gaze through the windows of the past into one of the best preserved cliff dwellings in North America. This 20 room high-rise apartment, nestled into a towering limestone cliff, tells a 1,000 year-old story of ingenuity and survival in an unforgiving desert landscape. Marveling at this enduring legacy of the Sinagua culture reveals a people surprisingly similar to ourselves.
Tuzigoot National Monument
25 West Tuzigoot Roadhttp://www.nps.gov/tuzi/index.htm(928) 634-5564Crowning a desert hilltop is an ancient pueblo. A child scans the desert landscape for the arrival of traders. What riches will they bring? What stories will they tell? From the roof top of the Tuzigoot Pueblo it is easy to imagine such a moment. Tuzigoot is an ancient village built by the Sinagua culture. They were agriculturalists with trade connections that spanned hundreds of miles.
Palatki Heritage Site
525 Boynton Canyon Road, Sedona AZhttp://www.fs.fed.us/r3/coconino/recreation/red_rock/palatki-ruins.shtml928-282-3854The Palatki Indian Ruins in Coconino National Forest, can bring you hands on close to the history of the great Sinaguan culture. Depp in Red Rock Country, a somewhat rugged but acheivable trail takes you is 1.2 miles round trip to see the some of the remaining ruins and 0.6 miles to view some excellently preserved rock art. Reservations are required.
Honanki Heritage Site
Forest Road 525http://www.fs.fed.us/r3/coconino/recreation/red_rock/palatki-ruins.shtml(928) 282-4119About 4.5 miles further out from the road to Palatki, the Honanki site is but another well preserved example of life from 1000 AD to 1300 AD, a period of time longer than the existence of the USA. The road here is quite rugged, and a high clearance vehicle is recommended.
Wupatki National Monument
N/W of Flagstaffhttp://www.nps.gov/wupa/index.htm(928) 679-2365Less than 800 years ago, Wupatki Pueblo was the largest pueblo around. It flourished for a time as a meeting place of different cultures. Yet this was one of the warmest and driest places on the Colorado Plateau, offering little obvious food, water, or comfort.
Grand Canyon (South Rim)
P.O. Box 129 Grand Canyon, AZ 86023http://www.nps.gov/grca/index.htm(928) 638-7888Grand Canyon Village is the historic heart of development on the South Rim. Here you will find many, but not all, of the lodges, restaurants, gift shops, bookstores, and the Verkamp’s Visitor Center. Several of the buildings date from the early 1900s, including Mary Colter’s Lookout Studio and Hopi House. Enjoy the free art exhibits at Kolb Studio. Trains arrive at the Grand Canyon Depot at least once a day. Stop in Verkamp’s Visitor Center to learn more of the history of this community.
Museum of Northern Arizona
3101 N. Ft. Valley Rd. Flagstaff, AZ 86001http://www.musnaz.org(928) 774-5213Visitors to MNA can view exhibits relating to the Museum's four main disciplines: anthropology, biology, geology, and fine art. The Museum has permanent exhibits in five galleries and changing exhibits in three additional galleries.
1400 West Mars Hill Road Flagstaff, Arizona, 86001http://www.lowell.edu/contact.php(928) 774-3358Lowell Observatory is an astronomical observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona. Lowell Observatory was established in 1894, placing it among the oldest observatories in the United States, and was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1965. Pluto was discovered through this telescope.
Phoenix Sky-Harbor (PHX)
3400 East Sky Harbor Boulevard, Phoenix, AZhttp://skyharbor.com(602) 273-3300The most commonly used airport for guests arriving out of state. Drive time is generally no more than two hours, and sometimes even less. Just follow I-17 all the way to the Sedona exit, No 298, which is State Route 179.
Flagstaff Pulliam (FLG)
6200 S. Pulliam Drive Flagstaff, AZ 86001http://www.flyflagstaff.org928/556-1234 ext. 11.This charming Regional Airport provides daily air service to Phoenix via U.S. Airways. Horizon Air provides multiple connecting flights to West Coast Cities. Drive time is apprx 50 to 55 Minutes from Canyon Villa.
Sedona Airport on Airport Mesa
235 Air Terminal Dr, Sedona, AZ 86336http://www.sedonaairport.org(928) 282-4487A Small airport with no scheduled flights, it is the home of several air tour companies all the way from helicopters to bi-planes, to fixed wing aircraft with tours extending all the way to the Grand Canyon and back.
Sedona Historical Museum
735 Jordan Road, Sedona, AZ 86336http://www.sedonamuseum.org928-282-7038A great historical museum located in the Jordan House, the home of one of Sedona's forefathers. History in the museum covers from 1876 through today with exhibits of how life in Sedona over this whole period of time. A great way to learn about Sedona.
Jerome State Historic Park
Douglas Rd, Jerome, AZhttp://www.pr.state.az.us/parks/jero/index.html(928) 634-5381At one time Jerome was the 3rd largest town in Arizona with a population in excess of 20,000. Founded as a copper mining town, it became a true ghost town in the mid 1950's when the mining came to an end. The founder's mansion now serves as a historical museum for a town with eclectic shops, art studios, restaurants and historical buildings.
E Hollamon St, Camp Verde, AZhttp://azstateparks.com/Parks/FOVE/index.html(928) 567-3275This state park is an outstanding example of forts from the Indian Wars period in Arizona. Commanded by the famous General Crook this was headquarters and home of officers, doctors, soldiers, and Crooks many scouts. Many of the original buildings still stand and are open to take you into the past. Located just 20 minutes south of Canyon Villa off I-17 in Camp Verde.
Chapel of the Holy Cross
780 Chapel Rd, Sedona, AZhttp://www.sedonaverdevalley.org/attractionshighlights/chapeloftheholycross.html(928) 282-4069Built in 1956, this Catholic Monument has been an inspiration to locals and visiters alike from the day of it's opening. An incredible piece of architecture, the chapel is located just a few miles north of Canyon Villa off SR 179 in the heart of the Red Rocks.