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100 Things to Do

Explore 100 things to do in beautiful Sedona.

  1. Hike or bike the 400+ miles of trails in Sedona.
  2. See what events are happening today.
  3. Enjoy a delicious Sunday brunch at one of many fine restaurants.
  4. Indulge in a glass of wine made in the Verde Valley.
  5. Take a pottery class at Sedona Arts Center.
  6. Go fishing in Oak Creek Canyon.
  7. Enjoy raw and organic treats at local cafés.
  8. Visit Verde Valley Archaeology Center in Camp Verde.
  9. Tour fine-art galleries at 1st Friday Evening in the Galleries.
  10. Golf at one of Sedona’s courses.
  11. Enjoy live entertainment at local bars and restaurants.
  12. Receive a spiritual reading.
  13. Visit Montezuma Castle National Monument and Montezuma's Well.
  14. Experience the anomalies in the Sedona night sky and schedule a UFO Tour.
  15. Visit Tuzigoot National Monument.
  16. Visit Jordan Historical Park and walk the scenic flat path.
  17. Take leisurely walk and bird watch at the Sedona Wetlands Preserve.
  18. Explore Dead Horse Ranch State Park.
  19. Test your agility at the Bike Skills Park.
  20. Explore Jerome State Historical Park.
  21. Pay tribute to veterans and those in the service at the Jack Jamesen Memorial Park.
  22. Camp at local campground sites.
  23. Visit V Bar V Cultural Site
  24. Take a Trolley Tour.
  25. Enjoy Electric Bike Tours and explore Sedona at your own pace.
  26. Test your luck at a nearby casino.
  27. Shop and dine at Tlaquepaque Arts & Shopping Village.
  28. Manage your wellbeing with massage and body work from a professional.
  29. Soar above the red rocks in a helicopter.
  30. Float sky high during sunrise in a hot air balloon.
  31. Enjoy a cup of joe at one of Sedona’s coffeehouses.
  32. Experience a Jeep Tour, ATV Tour, or Segway Tour.
  33. Visit the iconic Chapel of the Holy Cross.
  34. Shop or dine at Hillside Sedona.
  35. Enjoy a day trip to the Grand Canyon.
  36. Book a day of luxury and pampering at a spa.
  37. Dine at one of many restaurants.
  38. Explore Crescent Moon Ranch.
  39. Wander through over 80 fine art galleries and shops.
  40. Buy souvenirs for friends and family back home.
  41. Enjoy Sedona’s very own microbrewery.
  42. Go bowling at Cliff Castle Casino.
  43. Visit the Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center.
  44. Spend the night at one of our lodging facilities– priced for every pocketbook.
  45. Enjoy wine tasting in Sedona.
  46. Explore the Verde Valley and take a day trip to Jerome, Clarkdale, Cottonwood, and Camp Verde.
  47. Take in a cutting-edge flick at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
  48. Take fabulous photos or video of the natural beauty.
  49. Children will enjoy the Lions Club Playground at the Posse Grounds.
  50. Children will enjoy playing at the Splash Pad at Sunset Park
  51. Visit the “House of Apache Fire” at Red Rock State Park.
  52. Get a photo taken of your aura.
  53. Take your best friend to the Sedona Dog Park.
  54. Visit one of the Metaphysical or Spiritual Centers.
  55. Check out these 7 great art centers of Sedona.
  56. Explore the rock & mineral shops.
  57. Visit one of Sedona's Secret 7 locations.
  58. Peruse the hobby of beading at Sedona bead shop.
  59. Shop for fine jewelry.
  60. Enjoy a swim in the Sedona Community Pool at Posse Grounds Park.
  61. Explore the many Native American arts and crafts.
  62. Choose fine rugs for your home from Sedona’s exquisite selections.
  63. Visit 7 Vistas for transcendent Red Rock Beauty.
  64. Try stargazing in the dark skies of Sedona.
  65. Indulge in a homemade ice cream cone or caramel apple.
  66. Learn about the fascinating geology of Sedona on a tour.
  67. Visit the statue of Sedona Schnebly at the Sedona Public Library.
  68. Enjoy spectacular sunrises and sunsets up Airport Road.
  69. Take photos of Snoopy Rock in Uptown Sedona.
  70. Visit Out of Africa Wildlife Park.
  71. Relax and connect at a yoga class or meditation.
  72. Learn about Sedona past at the Sedona Heritage Museum.
  73. View 7 cool spots perfect for a picnic.
  74. Send wooden postcards from Cheers.
  75. Play tennis, racquet ball, or pickle ball at one of the many resorts or public courts.
  76. Take a horseback ride to a cowboy cook-out as the sun sets behinds the hill. These Horseback Riding companies offers trail rides, cookouts, and rodeo style events to enhance your western experience.
  77. Get your custom hiking map and gear at local retailers.
  78. Enjoy prickly pear margarita, candy, jam or ice cream.
  79. Go western and to horseback riding.
  80. Experience reiki, a hypnosis session, or have your handwriting analyzed.
  81. Take a ride on the Grand Canyon Railroad or the Verde Canyon Railroad.
  82. Enjoy an adventure course in the high pines at Flagstaff Extreme.
  83. Rent a Jeep and explore the red rock outback!
  84. Experience Sedona’s single-track mountain biking trails.
  85. Ride the Snowbowl Chairlift in the summer and winter.
  86. Blow your own glass souvenirs at The Melting Point.
  87. Enjoy one of Sedona’s many signature festivals.
  88. Enjoy a geology or full moon hike at Red Rock State Park.
  89. Walk the Historic Walk in Uptown along State Route 89A.
  90. Adopt a furry friend at the Sedona Humane Society.
  91. Give back to Sedona by volunteering to build a trail during your visit.
  92. Take the "Sedona Cares Pledge".
  93. Have a peaceful mediation on the 14 pristine acres at the KPC - Amitabha Stupa & Peace Park
  94. Take a guided Kayak tour down the Verde River.
  95. Enjoy the antics of bear cubs at Bearizona Wildlife Park.
  96. Check out the Sedona Gallery Art Walk maps to plan a walking tour of Sedona’s galleries.
  97. Hike along the rim of Boynton Canyon. It is considered to be a sacred site to the Navajo.
  98. Pack a picnic lunch and eat outdoors in the grandeur of red rock country.
  99. Visit Fort Verde Historic Park in Camp Verde. Step back into the 1800s to the time when the U.S. Calvary came into the Verde Valley.
  100. Take a private customized hiking experience.

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