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Sedona AZ 6 Best Sedona Campgrounds For Snowbirds

Sedona, Arizona and its surrounding area is filled with awe-inspiring views and plenty of places to stay and have outdoor adventures. Just a few hours north of Phoenix, the area is famous for its red rock buttes.

Some great places to check out include Red Rocks Scenic Byway, with 14 miles of scenic views. See the unique architecture of the Chapel of the Holy Cross or make a trip to Montezuma’s Castle.

Great hikes include Cathedral Rock, a short but steep climb; Devil’s Bridge, a four-mile hike round trip; Soldier Pass, featuring the sinkhole called Devil’s Kitchen. You will also find great views at Airport Mesa Overlook and Red Rock Crossing.

Check out the Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village with plenty of stores to satisfy everyone. The Palatki Heritage Site features Native American art with cave art and cliff dwellings. For this one, you have to call in advance to book the one-hour tour.

Whether you are staying in the area for a season or coming for a vacation, check out these Sedona campgrounds that feature great amenities, quiet settings, and views of the area’s natural beauty. 1. Rancho Sedona RV Park

Rancho Sedona RV Park stands out from other Sedona campgrounds for its peaceful setting and grounds shaded by Sycamore and Cottonwood trees. In the heart of Sedona, the park is situated next to Oak Creek and is within walking distance of galleries, shops, and restaurants.Visitors can enjoy mountain biking, hiking, and trout […]