"Escape the summer heat in one of northern Arizonas oldest and most spectacular swimming hole, Slide Rock on Oak Creek in Sedona. A long-time favorite with the locals (from Flagstaff to the Verde Valley and beyond), the elongated champagne chute, glassy green pools and red rock beaches offer the perfect place to relax, enjoy nature, and break away from the mundane.
This waterslide was created by Mother Nature without all the chemicals and chlorine, just the spectacular red rock views within the venerable Oak Creek Canyon.
Cascade along the gently sloping and slippery creek bottom buoyed by a thousand bubbles, or plunge into the crystalline depths of one of the larger pools."
An easy hiking trail that leads hikers into Sedona's famed Red Rock country.
Sedona Star Gazing
Sedona Star Gazing provides for an enchanting evening of star gazing and astronomy under the canopy of Sedonas brilliant starry sky. Voted one of the best things to do in Sedona, AZ! You will experience the wonder of heavenly objects among the beautiful red rocks of Sedona.
"Red Rock's Miller Visitor Center includes exhibits and a park store. Inquire about the Junior Ranger and Junior Buddy programs available for children ages 4 to 12. Movies in the Theater play on a continuous loop. Total duration of the two movies, "The natural wonders of Sedona" and "Oak Creek Loved to Death", is 62 minutes. Movies are occasionally preempted by special events."
"Today the Sedona Arts Center is a rich legacy of the founders' vision. As one of Northern Arizona's oldest 501(c) 3 nonprofit organizations it continues to be a gathering place where artists and those who love art can explore, teach and exhibit. The Arts Center has grown into an educational institution dedicated to nurturing creative discovery, learning and sharing through arts education and artistic development with an international presence."