If you have an adventurous spirit and a love of sunshine, Sedona is a must-visit destination for your next Arizona vacation. Sprawling canyons, awe-inspiring red rock formations and a collection of pine forests are just a few of the many reasons to come to this beautiful desert oasis.
If you want to spend a day outside, there are plenty of great hikes to choose from in this mountain town. Some of the most popular are Devil’s Bridge, Cathedral Rock, and Slide Rock State Park.
The best thing about hiking in Sedona is that it’s incredibly family friendly. There are tons of easy, short trails for kids that are perfect for them to experience the outdoors and get some exercise without feeling like they’re going too fast or getting injured.
Another great option for a rainy day in Sedona is to spend some time in Uptown Sedona where there are a lot of shops and activities to enjoy. Here you’ll find a variety of restaurants and art galleries as well.
If you’re looking for something a little different, check out Blazin’ M Ranch which offers a Chuckwagon dinner and Western stage show. It’s an authentic Western experience that’ll have your kids talking about it for years!
Other great things to do in Sedona on a rainy day include going shopping at the Uptown Village and visiting the shops and galleries at Tlaquepaque. This is a recreation of a Mexican artists’ village and you can take in the stunning views as you walk around this beautiful area.