Sedona Vacation Rentals

Sedona, Arizona, is blessed with red rocks that makes Sedona, a breathtaking beauty that you should never miss. And the surrendering sun offering the parting kiss makes Sedona shine like a woman basking in the afterglow! Sedona and her crimson rocks are located at the southern end of Oak Creek Canyon, a beautiful poem of 16-miles! A day in Sedona means hiking, mountain biking, swimming, horseback riding, kayaking, fishing, or hopping in a jeep for some off-road fun. 
You have some real 'don't miss it' category sites to see. The first one is the Chapel of the Holy Cross, a Catholic chapel designed in 1956 by Marguerite Brunswig Staude, a student of the famous Frank Lloyd Wright. Hiking and mountain biking devotees flock to Sedona for the trail heads that begin in town and head out into the surrounding Coconino National Forest. 
Go to Slide Rock State Park, a 43-acre apple farm located in Oak Creek Canyon. The trails that criss-cross the park are not on the huff-puff side as none of them are longer than a half-mile in length. The most popular trail is the Clifftop Nature Trail, a one-quarter mile long hike that takes hikers to spectacular visual treat of the Slide Rock swimming area.
The Sedona Heritage Museum gives you a complete exposure of history ranging from the real cowboy life to the movies made in the area. Exhausted? Then its time for some time at a day spa! There are plenty of day spas to treat yourself in the area or en route Grand Canyon, which is about 120 miles north of Sedona.