Oak Creek Canyon
No matter what time of year you visit, Oak Creek Canyon is a spectacular sight to see. From colorful leaves in the fall to shady hikes in the summer and a dusting of snow in the winter, there is always a great reason to explore this beautiful canyon. There’s a lot to do in Oak Creek Canyon, but beyond the resorts, hikes, campgrounds and other recreation spots, don’t forget that a simple road trip on State Route 89A, from Sedona to Oak Creek Vista, is one of America’s most scenic drives; a breathtaking stretch of beauty on a winding road that climbs 4,500 feet from Sedona to the top of the Mogollon Rim.
And on most days, you can go round-trip (14 miles) in 90 minutes or less.
Living in Oak Creek Canyon is all about the experience and lifestyle of unwinding and connecting to nature. Many properties in the Canyon offer Oak Creek running from Flagstaff. Oak Creek Canyon offers one of the most beautiful scenic spots in Sedona. Jeanette Sauer has sold more homes to investors wanting second homes to rent part-time in Oak Creek Canyon. Many of her investors are attracted to this area because of the return they get from their investment. If you love cooler temperatures and don’t mind mild winters, Oak Creek Canyon is a stunning place to visit during winter.
Ed Pennington has helped clients find luxury homes in Oak Creek Canyon’s gated community, Junipine Estates for over 20 years.
One of our favorite eateries in Sedona is Indian Gardens Restaurant. We haven’t had anything on the menu that doesn’t burst with flavor. Order delicious meals like their breakfast avocado toast, breakfast burritos, oatmeal, fresh bowl of berries, sandwiches, and salads. Their coffee, organic and herbal teas, breakfast, and lunches are a must when visiting Sedona. Just be sure to call as their seasonal hours may change.
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