Great attractions in Sedona are abundant! You can do and see everything from taking a train ride, feeding a tiger, enjoying a cowboy show, and taking in the beauty of the red rock landmarks. There are so many things to do in Sedona, it will be hard to fit it all into one vacation!
Featured Sedona Attractions
Camp Verde, AZ 86322
See hundreds of animals from all over the world at Out of Africa Wildlife Park, open 7 days a week! The park offers fun, exciting and educational attractions for the whole family to enjoy such as Wildlife Preserve,Tiger Splash, African Bush Safari, Giant Snake Show, Wonders of the Wildlife Show and Predator Feed. These adventures give you the opportunity to get up close to wild life in a natural habitat. With all the great attractions offered we highly suggest allowing at least four hours to experience all the Park's adventures. Where else would you be able to kiss a giraffe, feed a Tiger, or watch people and tigers play together in a giant swimming pool?
For more than twenty years the Blazin’ M Ranch has been providing visitors and locals alike with memories to last a lifetime! Come for the chuckwagon supper and western stage show, hang around for an authentically replicated Western town with an abundance of attractions and activities sure to delight and entertain! Check out the shooting gallery, get some ropin’ lessons, ride a vintage tractor pull; visit the saloon, one of a kind museum, Old-Tyme photo studio and boutique Western shops, all just twenty minutes from Sedona! Don’t miss a visit to the Blazin’ M Ranch, where “happy trails” are just the beginning.
Check the Blazin M Ranch's website for more details, or call 800.937.8643 if you have any questions.
Sedona, AZ 86336
Your unforgettable Sedona experience must include spending some time exploring the wonderful atmosphere, craftsmanship and art at the internationally renowned Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village. Authentically fashioned after a traditional Mexican village, Tlaquepaque has been a Sedona landmark since the 1970′s. With over 40 specialty shops and exclusive art galleries, shopping becomes a joyful revelation of fabulous art treasures and distinctive one of a kind gifts around every corner.
The galleries and unique shops live in harmony with its lush natural environment. The vine covered stucco walls, cobble-stoned walkways and magnificent arched entryways create an ambiance that is as impressive as the artists that grace the galleries, restaurants & shops. Tlaquepaque has become the place that visitors return to again and again – to look and wander, to sample and buy, to eat, drink and refresh body and soul. Tlaquepaque also offers many Sedona events throughout the year so make sure to check out their events calender to see what will be going on in the Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village during your visit.
- One, two, and three hour horseback rides
- Moonlight, sunrise, and sunset rides for couples and small groups
- Delicious Cowboy Cookouts for breakfast or dinner, with kids activities and entertainment
- Stay on the ranch in our Little Gem Guest House, sleeps 2 – 10 people
- Plan your group, corporate, wedding, or party event at the M Diamond Ranch
- Visit wilderness areas and archaeological sites that surround the ranch
Any activity at the award winning and highly rated M Diamond Ranch is a fun, educational, and eco- friendly activity for you, your friends and family. Make your reservations now 928.300.6466. For more information on this Sedona attraction please visit the M Diamond Ranch.
Clarkdale, AZ 86324
Take a ride on the Verde Canyon Railroad, Arizona’s longest-running nature show. For 20 years Verde Canyon Railroad has provided guests with style and comfort, romance and relaxation, service and beauty. The railroad meanders through the inner sanctum of Arizona’s other “grand canyon,” where each season creates a new reason to ride. Splendid vistas and centuries-old Indian ruins are around the bend as the train pulls away from remnants of a mining era which helped establish neighboring communities.
Passengers remain spellbound as their vintage carriages cross an expansive railway bridge embedded in basalt cliffs, glide through a covered bridge opening the gateway to Perkinsville, or experience daylight retreating in the 680-foot man-made tunnel, all odes to that same bygone era. Indoor cars are climate-controlled with restrooms, and the train meets ADA requirements. Three types of accommodations make up the Verde Canyon Railroad – caboose, first-class and coach. For more information visit Verde Canyon Railroad.