Sedona Things to Do – What if you only have a couple of days in Sedona AZ

Sedona offers plenty of things to do if you’re here for a couple of days.

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Slide Rock State Park

Named One of “America’s 10 Best State Parks by Fodor’s Travel, people from all over the world come to Slide Rock State Park to slip & slide down the smooth, red-sandstone water slide created by Mother Nature. This is a lot fun and a great way to stay cool when the temps get hot! Get there early and stake out your spot.  It can get crowded and parking is limited.  But hanging out for the day is a lot of fun.  Good times!
http://azstateparks.com/Parks/SLRO/

Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village

Tlaquepaque Sedona ShoppingInternationally renowned artists, shopping and dining in an outdoor environment.  This is the perfect place to spend an afternoon beneath the shade of sycamore trees enjoying local art and music before dining at one of the nearby restaurants.
http://www.tlaq.com/

Visit Sedona Vortex Sites

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Airport Mesa
Bell Rock
Cathedral Rock
Boynton Canyon

Hiking in Sedona

Devil’s Bridge, Margs Draw and many more are perfect ways to spend the day in Sedona. Get outdoors and enjoy the beautiful surroundings and stunning red rock views that Sedona is famous for.
http://alltrails.com/us/arizona/sedona

4×4 Jeep Tour

There is no better way to experience the rugged beauty of Sedona than by taking a Jeep tour. Depending how brave you are, you can choose from a variety of different tours that range from a nice scenic drive to the white knuckle extreme.  It’s easy to book your tour online direct with the vendors.  Check out:
Pink Jeep Tours: https://www.pinkjeeptourssedona.com/
Sedona Off Road Adventures: http://www.sedonajeeptours.com/
Red Rock Western Jeep Tours: http://www.redrockjeep.com/

A Sedona favorite is Oak Creek Canyon.

With miles of beautiful hiking and biking trails, it’s entirely possible to spend a full day or more exploring Oak Creek Canyon. Or take take a fourteen-mile scenic drive along route 89A between Sedona and Flagstaff. The picturesque forests and astonishing rock formations are all visible from the comfort of a car along one of American’s top five most scenic drives!
http://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/coconino/recarea/?recid=74380

Nothing at all!

Sedona is a great place to do absolutely nothing at all.  Because of all the energy that flows throughout the entire area, recharging your body, mind and sprint comes naturally in Sedona.  Grab a book, hit the pool.  Turn off the cell phone and plug “Yourself” in.  Commencing relax and recharge mode in 3…2…1… Enjoy.