Information for planning your visit to Sedona, Arizona.
Planning a trip to Sedona
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As a visitor, you are essential to making – and keeping – Sedona sustainable. Please do your part to assure that Sedona will remain unspoiled and welcoming for generations to come.
Planning a trip and traveling to Sedona, AZ soon? The Sedona Visitor’s Guide and resources on this page will help you make the most of your stay in Red Rock Country. Known around the world for its natural beauty, it’s good to keep in mind that Sedona is also a small town, so plan ahead where you can, from itineraries to where to stay to dinner reservations through OpenTable or an individual restaurant’s page.
Because Sedona’s popularity has exploded in the Instagram age, we encourage all visitors to Leave No Trace while you’re here, and ask that you preserve and protect special places like this as much as we do. Join us by adding your name to the Sedona Cares challenge to help preserve Red Rock Country for generations to come.
Traveling to Sedona, AZ and getting around
From airport shuttles to trail trollies, several services can help you plan to tread lightly while you’re in Red Rock Country. Airport shuttles run throughout the day from Phoenix, Flagstaff and Prescott and make stops at several hotels in Sedona and the Village of Oak Creek. If you’re driving from nearby cities, be sure to check traffic as there are only two roads into and out of Sedona: State Route 89A (via highway 260 through Cottonwood to the south or I-17 from Flagstaff to the north) and State Route 179.
The Sedona Shuttle, launched in 2022, is a free climate-controlled shuttle service with a fleet running on busy days to help minimize trailhead congestion and transport hikers to some of the area’s top trails. Looking to venture out? Arizona wine country tours are a popular favorite, with transportation offered by many tour operators.