Sedona may not be Disneyland, but this high desert arts colony offers plenty of kid-friendly attractions. One of Arizona's best zoos, our number one pick, is Out of Africa Wildlife Park, a short detour from Sedona that will delight animal-lovers of all ages with thrilling up-close-encounters with African wildlife. Sedona's red rock landscape is ready made for active kids who love to hike, fish, and explore the great outdoors. Our number two pick, Red Rock State Park, is the perfect family spot for long family picnics and hikes.
For an unforgettable ride across Northern Arizona, the Verde Canyon Railroad, our number four pick, offers a relaxing sojourn across the scenic Verde Valley atop these slow-moving iron giants. If off-road adventuring is more your speed, Sedona's iconic Pink Jeep Tours are a great way for the whole family to ramble over the dramatic red rock terrain and explore Native American Indian ruins.
Finally, for an educational tour of Sedona that promises to entertain kids of all ages, explore the historic buildings of the Sedona Heritage Museum, our number six pick. Or, put yourself in the shoes of a nineteenth century Indian Scout at Fort Verde State Historical Park, which features guided tours and military artifacts that are sure to entice even the most bored kid on your watch.
4050 Red Rock Loop Rd
(South of Highway 89A, take Lower Red Rock Loop Road)
36 Spur Circle
735 Jordan Rd
(in Jordan Historical Park)
125 E Hollaman St
6871 North Highway 89A
(Seven miles north of Sedona)
Historic state park with long, colorful history...
204 North State Route 89A
15 Art Barn Rd