Sedona is a lot like other towns where tourism supports the economy. Trinket and t-shirt shops predominate the main street, and you’ll find a decent selection of pet friendly hotels and restaurants. You can even book a Jeep tour with your dog.
What makes Sedona unique is the unbelievable landscape.
We spent several days enjoying the views from the Rancho Sedona RV Park – which we highly recommend. It’s just across the creek from downtown, near the free (though, not pet friendly) trolly, and within easy walking distance of several restaurants. Just a short trek up the hill puts you at the dog friendly Huckaby and Munds Mountain Wilderness trail heads – which Ty and Buster were happy to take full advantage of! Our only regret is that we didn’t make a stop at Slide Rock State Park – we’ll definitely check that out next time.
Because Sedona is about the scenery, I’ll shut up now and show you the pictures. They’re worth at least a thousand words …
Oh, and the drive from Sedona to Flagstaff through Oak Creek Canyon wasn’t bad either. :-)
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