340 North Goswick Way
Camp Verde, AZ 86322
Phone: (928) 567-9000
Fax: (928) 567-1828
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.
Play on this affordable championship course located in northern Arizona's high desert. Take the McGuireville exit off Interstate-17 and drive about 13 miles west. Surrounded by black hills, the average temperature here is a pleasant 80 degrees, at just under 4,000 feet elevation. Facilities include a 6,404-yard 18-hole course, with cart services and an on-site restaurant, driving range and a full service pro-shop. Please call for tee times, and as much as up to seven days in advance.
Enjoy an unforgettable game played in the high desert with dramatic views and majestic color. With its total yardage of 6,640, this par 71 course offers a unique adventure to players of all skill levels. One of Arizona's finest courses, it's located adjacent to the Hilton Sedona Resort, near the premier shopping experience at Tlaquepaque. Play all year-round on this spikeless course and wear appropriate golf attire. Don't forget the old Kodak, this spot will bring out the artist in you.
Experience Sedona on a Harley! EagleRider offers variety of motorcycle rentals, any of which will prove perfect for cruising down the highways and marveling at the wonderful views. Cruise out to dozens of vista points within Sedona, or take trip up to the Grand Canyon's south rim, where you can see the Canyon at its widest! Wherever your travels may take you, EagleRider's got a bike for you.
Sedona possesses several naturally occurring energy vortexes, which could be described as subtle, spiraling currents that emanate from the earth. Purported to increase spiritual growth and personal enlightenment, these spots are incredibly popular. Visitors from far-flung locations worldwide come to experience the sensations from contact with these vortexes. You'll find four in the area including Boynton Canyon, Bell Rock, Cathedral Rock and near the Sedona Airport. Credit cards are not accepted and parking at Red Rock requires a pass. Call for further information.
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.
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.
Travel by rail through protected wilderness reservations and view Sinagua Indian ruins. Experience the main mode of transportation during the area's bustling mining days, when the first railroad was completed in 1882. This family-friendly opportunity is worth the trip to Clarkdale. On Friday evenings, treat yourself to the Grape Train Escape wine-tasting tour, and on Saturday nights, try the romantic Starlight Tour.
Rise above the mundane in sumptuous style in a guided hot-air balloon. Take an early morning ride and float with the wind above incomparable red rock vistas. Do not be surprised to spy wildlife as well as breathtaking scenery. All pilots are licensed through the FAA and possess intimate knowledge of the area. Landing includes a champagne picnic and a certificate for having flown with the group. Included with your reservation is a videotape of the flight to capture your memories.
Travel light in a balloon guided by a seasoned pilot. Travel to the launch area, and then view the preparations and balloon inflation. Once in the air, you will gently lift and flow with the gentle air currents. Landing is a snap, with state-of-the-art chasing rigs. For a moment, experience a "Splash 'n Dash," in which you momentarily ride on the water before landing for a superb champagne picnic and celebratory toast. Call for further information and reservations.
Located in the state of Arizona, the Fossil Creek Bridge was built in 1924. It connects the Fossil Creek Road across the Fossil Creek. The bridge offers splendid views of the surrounding wilderness A hiking trip in this region is recommended for avid nature lovers who love to explore hidden gems.
Rise above the mundane in an FAA certified hot air balloon. Since the 70s, this company has thrilled visitors with Sedona's incomparable views from a higher perspective. All pilots exceed FAA minimum. Chase vehicles utilized are four wheel drive for added dependability and safety. Experience the glorious color of the red rock region with the singular experience of a sunrise balloon flight. Call for further information and reservations, usually at least one day in advance. This service provides hotel pick up at no additional cost.