What To Do

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100 Things To Do

100 Things to Do Sedona
  1. Hike or bike the 200+ miles of trails in Sedona100 things to do
  2. Enjoy a delicious Sunday brunch at one of many fine restaurants
  3. Explore the Sedona Arts Center
  4. Go fishing in Oak Creek Canyon
  5. Indulge in a glass of wine made in the Verde Valley
  6. Peruse the Sedona Arts Festival (October)
  7. Sun bathe at Slide Rock State Park
  8. Enjoy raw and organic treats at local cafes
  9. Receive a pedicure and manicure at a local day spa
  10. Run, walk, volunteer at the Sedona Marathon Event (February)
  11. Tour several galleries at 1st Friday’s in the Galleries held every month
  12. Take a self-guided tour of Sedona Art Studios
  13. Golf at one of Sedona’s 18-hole courses
  14. Enjoy live entertainment at local businesses
  15. Receive a spiritual reading
  16. Enjoy the Sedona Yoga Festival (March)
  17. Visit Montezuma Castle National Monument
  18. Visit Tuzigoot National Monument
  19. Visit Jordan Historical Park – It’s FREE too! Park Uptown off Jordan Road-Scenic walk
  20. Explore Dead Horse Ranch State Park
  21. Explore Jerome State Historical Park
  22. Camp at local campground areas
  23. Visit V Bar V Cultural Site – Over 100 petroglyphs
  24. Take a Trolley Tour
  25. Enjoy dinner and a show at Blazin M Ranch
  26. Take the Verde Canyon Railroad
  27. Try Casino Gambling at Cliff Castle Casino
  28. Grab a sketchbook and draw the red rocks
  29. Soar above the Red Rocks in a bi-plane or helicopter
  30. Bird watch anywhere in Sedona
  31. Enjoy a latte at one of Sedona’s coffeehouses
  32. Experience a Jeep Tour, ATV Tour, or Segway Tour
  33. Visit the Chapel of the Holy Cross
  34. Shop at Hillside Sedona
  35. Enjoy a day trip to the Grand Canyon
  36. Receive a spa treatment or book a day of luxury and pampering at a spa
  37. Dine at one of many restaurants
  38. Explore Red Rock Crossing
  39. Wander through over 80 fine art galleries
  40. Watch artists create masterpieces
  41. Buy souvenirs for folks back home i.e. Life is Good – Photos – Crafts – beads
  42. Enjoy Sedona’s very own microbrew
  43. Visit the Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center, Uptown
  44. Pack a picnic lunch and sit by Oak Creek
  45. Balloon over the beautiful red rocks
  46. Spend the night at one of our lodging facilities – priced for every pocketbook
  47. Shop at The Collective Sedona
  48. Relax and enjoy the views and cool evenings
  49. Tell a Forest Ranger or volunteer that you appreciate their work and dedication
  50. Eat and learn at the Sedona VegFest (January)
  51. Shop at Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village
  52. Take a day trip to Jerome
  53. Take in a cutting-edge flick at the Sedona Film Festival (February/March)
  54. Take fabulous photographs or miles of video tape of the natural beauty
  55. Youngsters will enjoy the Lions Club Playground at the Posse Grounds or the splash pad at Sunset Park
  56. Visit the “House of Apache Fire” at Red Rock State Park
  57. Get a photo taken of your aura
  58. Take Fido to the Dog Park
  59. Enjoy the Plein Air Festival (October)
  60. Visit one of the Metaphysical or Spiritual Centers
  61. Explore possibilities of living in Sedona
  62. Enjoy Red Rocks Music Festival (September)
  63. Explore the rock & mineral shops
  64. Enjoy the music presented by Chamber Music Sedona
  65. Peruse the extensive variety of beading shops
  66. Shop for fine jewelry suiting every pocketbook
  67. Enjoy a swim in the Sedona Community Pool at Posse Grounds Park
  68. Explore the many Indian arts and crafts available for purchase
  69. Choose fine rugs for your home from Sedona’s exquisite selections
  70. Enjoy the incredible beauty of Sedona
  71. Enjoy breakfast by Oak Creek
  72. Enjoy dinner outside with a view that takes your breath away
  73. Try stargazing in the dark skies of Sedona
  74. Eat an ice cream cone in Uptown
  75. Enjoy authentic German beers and brats at Red Rocks Oktoberfest (October)
  76. Learn about the fascinating geology of Sedona
  77. Visit the statue of Sedona Schnebly at the Sedona Public Library
  78. Enjoy spectacular sunsets at Airport Road
  79. Enjoy a meal made with local ingredients and paired with local beverages
  80. Take photos of Snoopy Rock in Uptown Sedona
  81. Take a local art class
  82. Visit Out of Africa Wildlife Park
  83. Photograph Cathedral Rock and Bell Rock
  84. Take a yoga class
  85. Rent a scooter or electric bicycle
  86. Explore the Sedona Heritage Museum
  87. Write postcards to your loved ones at home
  88. Play tennis at one of the many resorts or public courts
  89. Learn what you can do to preserve the beauty of Sedona
  90. Enjoy a fun round of challenging mini-golf at Los Abrigados Resort & Spa
  91. Plan your Sedona wedding
  92. Marvel at the decorations around town during the Holidays
  93. Get your custom hiking map and gear at a local retailer
  94. Ride in the Sedona Mountain Bike Festival
  95. Enjoy a prickly pear margarita or other beverage
  96. Drive the Red Rock Scenic Byway- an All American Road
  97. Buy your grandchildren a toy at one of Sedona’s toy and gift shops
  98. Go horseback riding
  99. Experience reiki, a hypnosis session, or have your handwriting analyzed
  100. Plan your next vacation to Sedona!

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