Sedona Journals

AZ high country -- Sedona

A May 2004 trip to Sedona by sunangel

Quote: Read about hiking delights and things to do with a 15-month-old in Sedona.

Villas at Poco Diablo

Hotel | "Villas at Poco"

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This is the BEST kept secret in Sedona. Our one-bedroom condo was right on the cool banks of Oak Creek, nestled in the shady trees. It is cool, quiet, and secluded -- my favorite accommodation (other than the $300+ per night Enchantment or B&B).

It is so peaceful, yet within walking distance from a cute nine-hole golf course --- the only course I have played because it is RELAXED. There's also a pool. It seems to be the mainstay of adults, but there are some families there. The are very few units, unlike the Sedona Summit (where I own and trade for this place!).

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on June 2, 2004

Villas at Poco Diablo
1752 Highway 179
Sedona, Arizona 86336
(928) 204-3400

Margs Draw Hike

Attraction | "Margs Draw"

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This is a nice hike and pretty flat. My husband had a big pack with out 15-month-old daughter and provisions, and did great. We also let our daughter "hike" a bit in the red dirt -- she loved it. There are only a few spots with dangerous dropoffs where you would not want a small child out, but this is a good trail for kids because there are no mountain bikes allowed, which is nice for little hikers. There are panoramic, gorgeous red rock views all around!

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on June 2, 2004

Margs Draw Hike
Broken Arrow Trail Head
Sedona, Arizona

Red Rock Loop

Attraction

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This is a really nice park. There are great views of Oak Creek and Cathedral Rock. There are lots of sidewalks if you have a stroller or a wagon, and open grassy areas for kids to run. It's a good place for kids who just want to enjoy nature. The park has BBQs, picnic tables, etc. There's a nice dirt path hiking along the creek, too! Very flat and easy.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on June 2, 2004

Red Rock Loop
Red Rock State Park
Sedona, Arizona 86336