Sedona Arizona Maps
Sedona Arizona maps are available here to help you get
Sedona is easy to reach and well worth the visit. This is the home
of Arizona's scenic Red Rock country. It is a relaxed 40 minute drive from
Interstate 40 in Flagstaff. Interstate 40 traverses the northern part of the
state and connects with Interstate 17 in Flagstaff.
Sedona is located in north central Arizona, South of
Flagstaff, and at the lower end of Oak Creek Canyon.
Sedona is most
easily reached by car from Interstate 17. This highway runs from Phoenix in the south,
to Flagstaff in the north. The Sedona exit is well marked.
To take the
scenic route from Flagstaff to Sedona you can use Highway 89A. After
transitioning from Interstate 40 to Interstate 17, take the Airport/Fair
Grounds exit and turn right... then go about 50 feet and turn left. This route descends
into the upper end of Oak Creek Canyon on a somewhat narrow, twisting, two lane
highway, and then follows the creek down the canyon to Sedona. This is a
beautiful scenic drive.
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Here's a Sedona
Arizona Maps link to a pretty good printable state highway map.
The Sedona airport is not served by the major airlines. The
airport caters primarily to companies offering local tours and to private
If traveling by air, I suggest flying into Phoenix and
renting a car for the easy, scenic trip to Red Rock country.
Get on Interstate 10 , which runs right by the Phoenix
Sky Harbor Airport. Then take the well marked I-17 interchange north. Stay on I-17
for about an hour, and get off at the Sedona exit and drive a few miles
Once you get to Sedona, a variety of Sedona Arizona maps, Oak Creek Canyon, and
West Sedona maps are available free from many merchants and the Chamber of
The Sedona area has an amazing variety of accommodations for
visitors to choose from:
- Motels and inns
- Cabins and casitas
- Timeshare resorts
- Bed and breakfast inns
Fine restaurants, art galleries, great shops,
cultural activities, and nightlife are also here for you. Do you want sightseeing tours by horseback, jeep, hot
air balloon, or helicopter? It's here!
Outdoor activities including golf, fishing, biking,
hiking, and nature walks attract a number of participants. Some even enjoy rock
climbing on the sheer rock walls of Oak Creek Canyon.
Several Sedona businesses advertise on this page. If you do
not see what you're looking for, you can find it with a Google search using the
box below and search phrases such as...
sedona jeep tours
- sedona hotel
- sedona b&b
Visit Sedona and be sure to take lots of pictures of your trip.
This is a basic map of the uptown area. I'm presenting it
oversize. The size distorts my page layout, but gives you a more readable
And here's a map of the West Sedona area...
Sedona, as you will see, is an intimate community
surrounded by grand scenery. It may be small, but it's certainly not short on amenities.
Below is a map of Oak Creek Canyon. There are several good
Forest Service campgrounds in the canyon. Most are located right along the creek.
Recreational activities in Oak Creek Canyon (including camping) require a Red
Rock Pass use permit.
Visit the Coconino National Forest's Red
Rock District webpages for a lot of good information.
Evan if you're staying in town, don't miss the drive
through Oak Creek Canyon. It's rated as one of the most beautiful drives in the
This Sedona Arizona maps page is presented for your
convenience and use. Feel free to copy, paste into another program, and print
any of the maps shown here.
A Google search using
the keyword phrase historic map + sedona will lead you to several additional resources.
Be sure to notice the relevant ads down the right side... those are resources
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