Many of Sedona’s highlights are within easy driving distance of Cottonwood, making it a great place to base yourself while you are in town. The Clemenceau Heritage Museum and the Pine Shadows Golf Course are just two of the popular sights here, adored by locals and visitors alike. Also, be sure to check out the Tuzigoot National Monument and the Montezuma Castle National Monument.
Savvy travelers in Cottonwood, keen to deepen their appreciation of this area, will love the nearby museums and theaters. In particular, you should make sure you check out the Mountain Trails Galleries. Go and see a few of the thrilling theater, dance and music performances at the Sedona Art Center. The area is a treasure trove for art lovers. Visit Lanning Gallery, Kuivato Gallery and the Exposures International Fine Art Gallery.
When it’s time to take a break from the noisy streets of Sedona, head to one of the many nearby outdoor areas. When Mother Nature beckons, visit the Fairgrounds RV Park in Prescott Valley, where you can spend time outdoors.
While you are here, don’t miss the nearby local attractions such as Coffee Pot, Devil's Bridge and the Fort Verde Park State Historic Park in Camp Verde. These are much-loved by travellers from all over the world. The Chapel of the Holy Cross offer those visiting the opportunity to better understand the role religion has played in the area.
Indulge in your favourite pastime at the Sedona Golf Resort and the Seven Canyons Golf Club. Grab your favorite club and hit the fairways.
Go to the Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village to get in some retail therapy.
To really get to know this fascinating part of the world, consider booking a room close by in one of the area’s many accommodation options. The Amara Resort and Spa, a Kimpton Hotel, the Sky Ranch Lodge and the Hilton Sedona Resort & Spa are just some of the most popular accommodation options here.