Wander inside an authentic Old West ghost town, trek through mesmerizing terrain at Cathedral Rock or explore the mysterious Sedona vortexes. Experience Sedona’s wine country, where acclaimed vintages are crafted, and then enjoy a guided nature hike in Red Rock State Park.
For assistance with arranging tours, recreational activities or anything else you might want to experience during your visit to Sedona, please visit or email the Poco Diablo Resort Concierge.
Sedona's red rocks have a universal reputation as a place of great spiritual, metaphysical and magnetic energy. Some believe it has to do with the renowned vortexes located in Boynton Canyon, Cathedral Rock and Bell Rock. Responsible for personal enlightenment and spiritual growth, the Sedona vortexes can be a life-transforming and soul-nourishing experience for some. Come explore, meditate and experience them for yourself.
If you want to see red rock formations, Bell Rock is the perfect place to visit. You can also hike some lovely trails that offer exquisite views. Some travelers have reported an electrical energy that allowed them to walk for hours without ever noticing how much time had passed. Enjoy a magical day at one of the most scenic spots in the Sedona area.
When planning your Sedona vacation, inquire about a special Adventure Jeep Tour in Sedona! This award winning off-road adventure provides a rugged experience all while taking in nature and panoramic Arizona vistas. Jeep tours in Sedona may be reserved through our concierge or by booking one of our Sedona vacation specials and packages.
Wake up early and take to the skies for unrivaled views of Arizona's landscape in a thrilling ride in a hot-air balloon, bi-plane or through one of our concierge recommended helicopter tours in Sedona. These popular tour attractions in Sedona are great for those seeking a unique vacation.
Viewed as Arizona’s longest running nature show, the Verde Canyon Railroad Tour offers breathtaking scenes that will take you on a journey through history. You’ll experience the beautiful landscape from the comfort of carefully refurbished train cars.
The Chapel of the Holy Cross in Arizona is one of Sedona’s must-see attractions. Located right near Poco Diablo Resort, this Roman Catholic chapel was inspired and commissioned by sculptor Marguerite Brunswig Straude and completed in 1956. It is considered a top landmark in Sedona and a must see while visiting.
Begin your assent from the Cathedral Rock Trail, a short but steep hike with a total elevation gain of 600 feet. The first part of this Arizona hiking trail is easy to follow. However, the second part of the trail can be classified as a Class 3 hike in Sedona. When you arrive on the apex of Cathedral Rock, you are rewarded with stunning 360-degree panoramic views of Sedona.
A visit to Sedona would not be complete without a trip to Jerome. Settled in 1883, take a peek into this country’s most notorious "wild west" town. For over 70 years, Jerome produced more than one billion dollars of copper, gold and silver. Plus, it was proclaimed "the wildest town in the West" by the New York Sun in 1903. Today, Jerome is considered a modern day ghost town and remains one of Arizona's most visited city attractions.
Interested in Sedona’s history? Then the Sedona Heritage Museum is the ideal attraction for you. Learn about the stunning people, landmarks and culture that make Sedona so wonderful. Community events, education and special programs also offer great background information on this gorgeous area.
Ranked number one among the top things to do in Sedona for families is a day on the open range. Horseback riding in Sedona's Red Rock Country provides a carefree view of Arizona’s most beautiful landscape enjoyed by children and adults alike.
A miniature version of the Grand Canyon in all its amazing splendor is just minutes away. Although you don’t have to leave your car to enjoy the spectacle of these colorful cliffs, you’re free to stop at any number of scenic trails to get the full experience of this popular site. Bring a camera that has a wide-angle lens to capture the incredible beauty at this popular attraction.
Just seven miles north of Sedona, Slide Rock State Park is a beloved destination you must experience in person. Don’t forget to check out the natural water slide made from red sandstone. The tall red rock formations make this park distinctive and a must-see attraction.
Looking for an exquisite place to hike that offers paved roads and gorgeous views? Then include a visit to Boynton Canyon on your list of activities. Conveniently located next to nearby towns, it’s easy to find this terrific site and absorb some of the most beautiful scenery around.
Montezuma Castle is often included among the best preserved cliff dwellings on the continent. For many decades, visitors have been drawn to this very impressive monument. When you see this awe-inspiring site for yourself, you’ll experience a historical attraction built by the Sinagua people hundreds of years ago.
Get a glimpse into the ever-evolving solar system at the Lowell Observatory. Founded in 1894, this landmark played a key role in discovering Pluto, gathered important evidence about our expanding universe and even measured the stars. If you have any interest in astronomy, be sure to explore the different programs available at this historical site.
Meet exotic animals and enjoy amazing activities at the Out of Africa Wildlife Park. From interactive encounters with beautiful creatures to incredible Safari rides to shows that will make you look at wildlife from a refreshing perspective, this attraction is an amazing experience for visitors of every age.
During your stay in Sedona, you must devote time to witness the incomparable beauty of Grand Canyon National Park. With its length of 277 river miles and width of 18 miles, it’s impossible to take a bad photograph of this incredible scenery. Depending on the time of year of your visit, you can choose between exploring the North or the South Rim for a most memorable experience.
Considered a Sedona landmark since the 1970s, the Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village is one of the most unique shopping experiences in the Southwest. Vine-covered stucco walls and cobblestoned walkways give the more than 40 galleries and specialty shops a wonderful feel you won’t find anywhere else. Make sure to stop by and choose a beautiful memento of your adventures in Sedona.
Just a short 25 minute drive from Poco Diablo Resort is the exciting Cliff Castle Casino, voted number one eleven years in a row for northern Arizona as a top gaming and entertainment destination. Offering slots, table games and a variety of family activities, Cliff Castle Casino rounds off any Sedona vacation.