Immerse Yourself in the Unrivaled Beauty of Sedona

Colorful Sedona is located in the northern Verde Valley area of Arizona. World famous as Red Rock Country, the rock is formed out of unique red and orange-colored sandstone found only in the Sedona area. The huge rock formations glow dazzling orange when struck by the rising or setting sun, creating vistas of enchantment.

Sedona is made to order for a family vacation. Rent a timeshare and take the time to immerse yourselves in the area's unrivaled natural beauty. There are many budget-friendly timeshares in resorts that not only offer swimming pools and spas but amenities that range from golfing to horseback riding to fishing. In the winter you're less than an hour's drive from downhill and cross-country skiing in the San Francisco Peaks near Flagstaff.

Begin your exploration of Sedona by choosing from the many different types of tours available. Start with an overview of the area by riding the Sedona Trolley on its narrated tour. Then choose from guided or unguided Jeep or Hummer tours, or even tour by ATV. Once you've delved into the countryside on land, take an exciting aerial tour - by hot air balloon, helicopter or small plane.
However you choose to investigate Sedona, your family will have fun hunting for the various rock formations by name. See if you can spot "Snoopy" lying on his doghouse. Watch for the landmark formations that include Coffeepot Rock, Bell Rock, and Courthouse Butte. And keep an eye out for the Mittens, the Cow Pies, and the Rabbit Ears!

You'll want to take a drive through beautiful Oak Creek Canyon, a 12-mile long gorge between Flagstaff and Sedona. Along Oak Creek stop and enjoy the natural water slide at the popular Slide Rock State Park. There are several areas in the Canyon suitable for swimming, and anglers will want to be sure and try for trout, bass and catfish. Many hiking trails will take you through side canyons, or even up to the top of the canyon rim.

Your Sedona timeshare can be a great hub for day excursions to surrounding areas. Visit the old historic mining town of Jerome which used to be a ghost town and is now an art community and popular tourist destination. Have rip-roarin' "Old West" fun at the chuckwagon supper and live Western stage show at the Blazin’ M Ranch in Cottonwood. And ride the Verde Canyon Railroad from Clarkdale through Sycamore Canyon, home to majestic eagles. See all Sedona timeshares. See all Arizona timeshares.

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  1. Anonymous Says:

    I love Sedona! So beautiful there. A must see for any traveler.

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