755 Golf Club Way Sedona, AZ 86336 +1 866 367 8844(Toll Free)
This private residence club is a golf paradise surrounded by the breathtakingly lush Coconino National Forest. The affluent head to this picturesque getaway by obtaining membership or ownership of the premium villas. The private Country Club has 32 private home sites and 395 golf club memberships. Luxury facilities include spa, swimming pools, tennis court, gourmet restaurants and a five star service to fulfill all whims. Seven Canyons provides an incredible golf experience with the 18 hole Tom Weiskopf course.
200 West Railroad Avenue Williams, AZ 86046 +1 928 707 0291
Take a relaxing, private tour from Marvelous Marv, locally known as the "Indiana Jones of the Grand Canyon." Marv will pick up four-14 guests from Williams or Tusayan accommodations, then transport them directly to the Grand Canyon's South rim for a bite of lunch (not included) at the Yavapai Cafeteria, shopping, sight seeing and an easy hike. Marv's extensive knowledge of the history and lore of the region adds exceptional entertainment. On the return trip, a viewing of the "Grand Canyon, the Hidden Secrets" at the IMAX Theater is included. Guests are returned to the Williams area around 6p each evening.
View the ruins of a once prosperous agrarian civilization from atop a high ridge. The people who lived here, the Sinagua, cultivated this land from about 1100-1400 A.D. Originally consisting of approximately 110 rooms, the structure at one time sported three stories in places. Investigate the visitor's center, then follow interpretive trails-walk the paths of a strong and persistent people. The monument is located about 20 miles southwest of Sedona off highway 89A in Clarkdale. Admission is USD3 per person, cash only. Other ancient ruins nearby include Montezuma's Castle and Well.
336 State Highway 179 Sedona, AZ 86336 +1 928 282 4838
The Indian name of this retreat simply means "the best of everything". This picturesque recreated Mexican Village offers a unique collection of galleries, restaurants, shops and a small chapel. Named for a particularly beautiful suburb of Mexico's Guadalajara, the open-air market built in the '70s exudes the flavor of Mexico. Fine dining is available at several on-site restaurants including El Rincon or Rene at Tlaquepaque. Lovely galleries abound, such as Mountain Trails, with wildlife paintings and sculptures; you can also find spiritual artwork from American Indian artists at Bear Cloud Gallery.
Stake out a little piece of Southwestern artistry from the galleries here at Mountain Trails. Choose from historical or contemporary pieces including paintings, sculpture and photographs. More than 50 artists are represented in two galleries at the beautiful Tlaquepaque. Featured items include limited edition bronzes by Scott Rogers and paintings by the popular Steven Lang, as well as the intricately detailed watercolors from Lisa Danielle.
Twenty miles Northwest of Sedona lies the little town of Clarkdale. Founded in 1912, the place was originally a mining town. Today, the population is just more than 3,000 residents and the economic base is related to various industries including tourism, plastics and cement. For 10 days beginning the first Friday in December, you may view the collections from local artists at the annual "Made in Clarkdale Art Show" event. Clarkdale is also the location for daily tours of the beautiful canyons from the Verde Canyon Railroad.
4105 East Lakeshore Drive E Lake Shore Drive & N Montezuma Avenue Rimrock, AZ 86335 +1 928 567 4467/+1 928 567 4487
Enjoy year-round golf in the shadow of cottonwoods lining Beaver Creek. 6386 yards of play are offered on this par-71 course. It is located southeast of Sedona, off Interstate 17, about three and a-half miles east of exit 293. Let the great blue herons and the occasional deer or raccoon play through as you enjoy the fabulous Arizona sunshine. The on-site Ranch House serves up breakfast, lunch and dinner to feed the famished and hosts a country band on the weekends. See website for fee info, event calendar and more.
333 Schnebly Hill Road Sedona, AZ 86336-4227 +1 928 282 9300
The Creative Life Center, a non-profit organization, serves as the site for a variety of local events. This 15-acre (6 hectares) retreat hosts a variety of activities to enrich the mind, body and spirit though regular yoga classes and meditation seminars. Check out the website for more information on the many programs on offer here.
120 South Cortez Street Prescott, AZ 86303 +1 928 777 1100
At the center of the charming town of Prescott is the Prescott Courthouse Plaza. Home to an array of chic boutiques, gourmet restaurants, colorful art galleries and, in the summer months, outdoor concerts, this historic area is the destination for fun in the Sedona region.
Sedona, is a city in the northern regions of Arizona, bordering the Coconini and Yavapai counties. The land of "Red Rocks", Sedona has a history that dates back to the Yavapai-Apache tribal era of the early 1800s. Playing host to major events through out the year, the city draws tourists from all over in large numbers. Over the years, Sedona has been Arizona's prime tourist hub. The city houses the Cathedral Rock, the historical St. Anthony's Desert Episcopal Church, the Sedona Heritage Museum among a few other attractions.
Master craftsman have lovingly provided outstanding art pieces on display
in this fine gallery. Find unique shapes, fun designs and dramatic color treatments in handmade glass sculptures, accessories and ornamental wearable art. Guadalupe glass features wonderful contrasting colors and ...
Designed by a Frank Lloyd Wright student, Marguerite Brunswig Staude,
the chapel was built in 1956 and rises 200 feet from the ground between two large red rock formations. One of the most distinctive features is a 90 foot ...
Sedona, is a city in the northern regions of Arizona,
bordering the Coconini and Yavapai counties. The land of "Red Rocks", Sedona has a history that dates back to the Yavapai Apache tribal era of the early 1800s. Playing ...