Sedona/Village of Oak Creek Attractions & Entertainment Facilities

Red Rock Ranger District

The National Forest brings thousands of people from all over the world to the Sedona area to enjoy the 160,000-acre Red Rock Country, with its magnificent hikes and vistas, camping, horseback riding and more. Rent an off-highway vehicle or go on a jeep tour. Discover archaeological sites, learn what the “vortex” is all about, or find the best places to cycle through. The informational ranger station is north of the Village of Oak Creek.

Sedona Main Street

With offices at 540 Jordan Road, Suite B, Sedona Main Street promotes a vibrant and pedestrian-friendly district nurtured by businesses, volunteers and community members. Annual events it promotes include the St. Patrick’s Parade & Festival, National Day of the Cowboy, Moonlight Madness Street Festival, Paint Out on Main Street, a Safe & Fun Trick or Treating and the annual Holiday Tree Lighting. Phone: 928-204-2390.

Sedona Marathon

Now presented by the Sedona Chamber of Commerce, the marathon is an annual, world-class race event each winter, the Sedona Marathon's registration Thousands participate in the full marathon, half marathon, 10K and Fun Run along the fantastically scenic routes. Phone: 928-204-1123.

Chapel of the Holy Cross

The chapel is an architectural landmark sitting in the Mystic Hills. It was designed by San Francisco architects from the Anshen & Allen firm, at the behest of sculptor and philanthropist Marguerite Brusnwig Staude in the 1950s. It is part of the St. John Vianney Parish belonging to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Phoenix, with a special permit to exist on U.S. Forest Service land. With spectacular views and a sparse interior, the building is welcoming to everyone. 928-282-4069

Sedona Performing Arts Center

The new venue was constructed as a 54,000-square-foot addition at Sedona Red Rock High School as a community facility, including a professional-level auditorium with prime acoustics. Its stage has seen top entertainers, and it also converts into a huge movie theater.

Mary D. Fisher Community Theatre

The new Fisher Theatre is an intimate 100-seat venue for film and stage performances. The state-of-the-art theater is operated by the Sedona International Film Festival. When not screening independent films and special programming, the stage is a perfect setting for musicians and comedians.


The Sedona Airport

A one-runway airport on top of a unique mesa accommodates small business and pleasure aircraft. Steep terrain and high winds can make landings and takeoffs a challenge for less experienced pilots. The airport also has a helipad and there is an acclaimed restaurant. The road up the airport includes one of the most spectacular scenic overlooks of the red rocks. 928-282-4487.

Bell Rock Pathway

Near the Village of Oak Creek is a veritable highway of a trail, a 3.6-mile path that runs from Bell Rock Vista in Big Park to the Little Horse Trailhead. Along the way you will get some great views of Bell Rock, Courthouse Butte and other red rock landmarks. The trail is open to hikers as well as mountain bikers, but is closed to horses. Bell Rock Vista is the parking lot/trailhead located on the right as you are traveling between the Village of Oak Creek and Sedona, the place where all the cars are parked. As with many of the improved trailheads in the Sedona area, a Red rock Pass is required to park. A machine is available to pay your fee in the parking lot.

Red Rock Crossing

One of the most identifiable sites in the Sedona area, with Cathedral Rock in the background seen in many western films and in countless paintings and photographs. The crossing, once a ford over Oak Creek, is a popular site for weddings and is in the Red Rock District of Coconino National Forest. Red Rock Crossing is off Upper Red Rock Loop Road.





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