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Sedona’s Awesome Scenery

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.

Sedona Red Rocks - Sedona, AZ

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 …

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Oh, and the drive from Sedona to Flagstaff through Oak Creek Canyon wasn’t bad either. :-)

Oak Creek Canyon, AZ

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  • […] all the fabulous scenery of Sedona? Take that, combine it with an immense lake, and you’ve got Lake Powell, […]

  • Sedona looks lovley! The red earth is very visually striking. Sean & I wanted to see more of AZ, but we were on a “mission” to get to LA to visit friends.

    • We were in Arizona for more than 3 weeks, and there are still many places we didn’t get to see! I never imagined I would like this state so much. I thought it was all sand, heat and cactus. I couldn’t have been more wrong! We’ll be posting next week about the Grand Canyon and Lake Powell – wait until you see them!!

  • Kelly Watson says:

    I’ve never taken my dog to Sedona but Flagstaff is a very dog-friendly town.

    • Hi Kelly! Yes, we had a great time in Flagstaff with the boys. It’s a great jumping off point for the south rim of the Grand Canyon – which we were happy to learn is also quite pet friendly! More on that next week!!

  • Pamela says:

    Thanks for sharing the beautiful pix. I just love the red color of the stone and paths. 

    BTW, do you plan to travel places which will make Ty and Buster look particularly handsome?

    • Hi Pamela! Yes, they call it red rock country for a reason – it’s like no where I’ve ever been. And, I guess we’ve just gotten lucky so far that Ty and Buster have photographed so well.  :-)

  • Kristine says:

    Oh wow. I’ve heard some amazing things about the area around Sedona but it’s completely different to see it in photos like these. I’ve never been all that interested in Arizona but perhaps I’ll have to take a trip there myself. That looks just incredible!

    • Kristine, I didn’t expect to like Arizona as much as I did either. We’ve been in the state for more than 3 weeks already! The landscape is so different throughout the state and the weather is so varied – there is something for everyone. We’ll be doing a few more posts on things we did in Arizona, so stay tuned for those.

  • It really is about the scenery. It is one of the most picturesque places on the planet. Thanks for sharing.

  • Hi Y’all,

    What a great spot y’all found.  Wow, would I love to hike that trail!  My Humans couldn’t keep up…sigh. 

    Y’all come by now,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

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