While there aren’t very many national parks near Sedona, you’ll find a lovely selection of state parks, trailheads, and natural areas to explore during your visit. The landscape in Arizona is some of the most breathtaking in the world, especially for those traveling from colder parts of the country. These nature areas are anchored by some of the most iconic features of Sedona: the massive Red Rock sandstone formations.
Cathedral Rock, Bell Rock, and Snoopy Rock are renowned for their deep red and orange hues, and the play of light and shadows on these rocks at sunrise and sunset is a sight to behold. One of the most impressive and downright famous national parks near Sedona, the Grand Canyon National Park, is about a two-hour drive, but the journey itself will be worth the scenic views you’ll witness from your car windows.
A little closer to Sedona, you’ll find a handful of state parks, all offering a glimpse at this desert landscape, some with babbling brooks, waterfalls, rugged woodlands, and lush vegetation. Before you start planning your hikes and adventures, you’ll want to choose your homebase, and our Sedona Bed and Breakfast is the ultimate retreat in Red Rock country. Our Inn is surrounded by some of the most spectacular of these sandstone landmarks, and you’ll feel right at home with our welcoming service, comfortable guest rooms, and luxurious amenities. Book your lodging at our Sedona Bed and Breakfast today! Continue reading