Activities in Sedona, AZ

Stay at Baby Quail Inn and explore Sedona

Go everywhere

For family vacations or weekend getaways, visit the Sedona area, which has something for everyone. Stay at our local hotel for low rate lodging deals and discover Sedona’s natural beauty. We are conveniently located near all happenings places in Sedona, Arizona. We offer great amenities here!

Do Everything

Red Rock State Park, Uptown, World famous Restaurants, trails, Views and adventures are minutes away. Sedona, AZ is home to the famous Red Rocks, Oak Creek, Bell Rock and Cathedral Rock, Bike Trails, Jeep tours, Vortexes, Art museums, ATV, UTV and hiking.

Tours and Attractions

Pink Jeep “Broken Arrow” Tour

Red Rock Balloon Adventures

Sedona Fly Fishing Adventures

Adventures Near Sedona

Out of Africa Wildlife Park

Horseback Rides and Cowboy Cookouts

Verde Canyon Railroad


Discover Sedona’s vortices (vortexes)

Amitabha Stupa and Peace Park

Amitabha Stupa and Peace Park 

More Fun Things to do

Visiting the Sedona Airport Mesa

Visiting National Monuments and Historical Sites
Ancient Ruins, Historical Sites and National Monument Guide 

Visiting Jerome and Cottonwood

Located 5,200 feet up on Cleopatra Hill, was once the 4th largest city in the Arizona Territory. Between the late 1880s and early 1950s, Jerome was a thriving mining camp producing an amazing 3 million pounds of copper per month. Now that’s a lot of copper! You can still feel the history in Jerome today, the Jerome Historical Society has done a wonderful job of guarding and preserving many of the historical buildings. You will now find the town filled with galleries, restaurants, and wine tasting rooms. They have a very popular “Art Walk” that takes place every 1st Saturday of the month throughout the year.

Shops, galleries and restaurants line Main Street and provide the backdrop for this quaint and colorful historic district. The unique Cottonwood Jail stands guard at the top of Main Street. Cottonwood is surrounded by jagged mountains on the south and west, and to the north and east by mesas and buttes. Named for the beautiful Cottonwood trees that grow along the Verde River, the town grew from a small farming community to the Verde Valley’s population center, called “the biggest little town in Arizona” by the late 1920s. At that time Old Town businesses supported residents and workers of the many mines that operated in nearby communities.