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Things To Do in Sedona During Forest Closures

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~Eat, Drink and Shop~

Enjoy delicious food at one of our many fine restaurants.

Indulge in a glass of wine made in the Verde Valley.

Enjoy Sedona’s very own microbrewery.

Enjoy raw and organic treats at local cafés.

Enjoy food or live entertainment at local bars and restaurants.

Shop and dine at Tlaquepaque Arts & Shopping Village.

Enjoy a cup of joe at one of Sedona’s coffeehouses.

Shop or dine at Hillside Sedona.

Buy souvenirs for friends and family back home.

Blow your own glass souvenirs at The Melting Point.

Shop for fine jewelry.

Explore the rock and mineral shops.

Choose fine rugs for your home from Sedona’s exquisite selections.

Indulge in a homemade ice cream cone or caramel apple.

Enjoy prickly pear margarita, candy, jam or ice cream.

~Find Fun Inside~

Test your luck at a nearby casino.

Go bowling at Cliff Castle Casino.

Take in a cutting-edge flick at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.

Play racquet ball at one of the many resorts.

Adopt a furry friend at the Sedona Humane Society.

~Pamper Yourself and Get Inspired~

Receive a spiritual reading.

Manage your wellbeing with massage and body work from a professional.

Book a day of luxury and pampering at a spa.

Get a photo taken of your aura.

Visit one of the Metaphysical or Spiritual Centers.

Relax and connect at a yoga class or meditation.

Experience reiki, a hypnosis session, or have your handwriting analyzed. 

~Experience the Greater Verde Valley & Northern Arizona~

Enjoy a day trip to the Grand Canyon.

Take a ride on the Verde Canyon Railroad in Clarkdale.

Visit Out of Africa Wildlife Park in Camp Verde.

Enjoy the antics of bear cubs at Bearizona Wildlife Park in Williams.

Go tubing down the Verde River.

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.

Take a step back in time in Old Town Cottonwood.

Get spooked with a haunted jaunt to Jerome.

Take in the Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff.

Stroll through the Arboretum at Flagstaff.

~Indulge in the Arts~

Take a pottery class at Sedona Arts Center.

Tour fine-art galleries at 1st Friday Evening in the Galleries.

Wander through over 80 fine art galleries and shops.

Check out the 7 great art centers of Sedona.

Check out the Sedona Gallery Art Walk maps to plan a walking tour of Sedona’s galleries.

~Explore Signature Attractions~

Walk the Historic Walk in Uptown along State Rte 89A.

Visit Montezuma Castle National Monument and Montezuma’s Well.

Visit Tuzigoot National Monument.

Visit Jordan Historical Park and walk the scenic flat path.

Explore Dead Horse Ranch State Park.

Explore Jerome State Historical Park.

Pay tribute to veterans and those in the service at the Jack Jamesen Memorial Park.

Soar above the red rocks in a helicopter.

Visit the iconic Chapel of the Holy Cross.

Visit the “House of Apache Fire” at Red Rock State Park.

Take photos of Snoopy Rock in Uptown Sedona.

Learn about Sedona’s past at the Sedona Heritage Museum.

Explore the many Native American arts and crafts.

Visit the statue of Sedona Schnebly at the Sedona Public Library.

~Enjoy the Great Outdoors~

Dependent upon air quality conditions

Enjoy a full moon hike at Red Rock State Park.

Golf at one of Sedona’s courses.

Take a leisurely walk and bird watch at the Sedona Wetlands Preserve.

Test your agility at the Bike Skills Park.

Experience the anomalies in the Sedona night sky and schedule a UFO Tour.

Take a Trolley Tour.

Enjoy Electric Bike Tours.

Take your best friend to the Sedona Dog Park.

Children will enjoy the Lions Club Playground at the Posse Grounds.

Children will enjoy playing at the Splash Pad at Sunset Park.

Check out millions of stars and stargazing sites at SedonaSecret7Stargazing.com.

Take a tour to learn about the fascinating geology of Sedona.

Enjoy a picnic at Sunset Park.

Enjoy sunrises and sunsets up Airport Road.

Take a horseback ride.