You are not the only one in the family who is looking for an incredible vacation getaway to Sedona. That’s right, your canine family members are also looking to live their best life with the wonderful activities our Arizona town provides. Sedona is very dog friendly and offers a variety of activities to keep the whole family entertained, including your furry friends. Here are our top Sedona dog-friendly activities for you:
Hiking the Trails
There is nothing more exciting for friendly canines than to get outside and smell a brand-new area. You and your dogs will have a blast traversing the many trails found in and around Sedona. Our Northern Arizona community is nearby the Red Rock National Forest and Oak Creek Canyon, both offering numerous trails that are dog friendly. Some of the most popular trails around Sedona including Bear Mountain Trail and Cathedral Rock Trail are all dog friendly. Of course, your dogs have to be on a leash at all times. Sedona is known for some incredible wildlife in the area that might cause your pup to chase off after it. Make sure to stay safe by having your pups on leashes on every trail. Some trails require a $5 parking fee, and parking lots fill up early. We recommend hitting the trails early to find parking and enjoy the beautiful Arizona sunrises.
Visit the Dog Park
Another great way to get your pup to be active is with a trip to the local dog park. The Sedona Dog Park can be found at 950 Soldier Pass Road. The park is gated so you can let your dog off its leash to run around and have fun. This dog-friendly Sedona park follows other city park hours and is open from sunrise to sunset. Sedona’s weather is beautiful year-round, so this park is expected to be open nearly every day of the year.
Visit Oak Creek Vineyard and Winery
Multiple businesses in the area are pet friendly, including Oak Creek Vineyard and Winery. Stop here for some of the best wine in the valley along with delicious bites to pair with each glass. Your pups are welcome on a leash to sit outside in the beautiful Northern Arizona weather.