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Sedona Timeshare

Surrounded by mountains, red and orange rock formations, fishing streams, and hiking trails, the community of Sedona is the ultimate outdoor vacation destination. Families and couples will love spending a weekend or a full week in a Sedona timeshare, and there's no end to the fun and adventure.

Several top-quality resorts are located here. A Sedona timeshare suite on the resale market is affordable and includes access to all of the resort amenities, making for a comfortable stay while enjoying all that th.... Read More

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e amazing mountains of Arizona have to offer.

The Sights and Sounds of Sedona

The town itself is a vacation hotspot. It's filled with fine restaurants, museums, gift shops, and recreational outfitter retailers. The Sedona Arts Center is open all year and offers everything from pottery classes to history lecture series. The local bars and restaurants are constantly booking live entertainment in the evenings. The local day spas offer up massage therapy and aromatherapy, the perfect treat to enjoy after a day of hiking or backpacking.

There's a trolley tour that operates in the town on a daily basis. The Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village is a must-see. Modeled after the town squares of Guadalajara, this village has spectacular churches and courtyards, and it's a popular gathering place for parties, weddings, and history lecturers. The Blazin M Ranch, located on the edge of town, serves fabulous BBQ dinners and offers up comedy, music, and cowboy shows.

For the ultimate experience, head north from your Sedona timeshare to the unrivaled Oak Creek Canyon. One of the most beautiful places on the North American continent, the canyon is filled with spectacular yellow and red rock scenery. Fishing streams and numerous hiking trails leading to panoramic viewpoints await the visitor.

Year-Round Vacation Dates

Summers aren't as hot as what one experiences in Phoenix and other points south. Because of the higher elevation, Sedona is enjoyable even in the middle of summer. In winter, it gets pretty cold, but that doesn't slow the visitor rate. The scenery is just as spectacular, and the higher elevation means snow for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing up in the mountains. Some of the outdoor entertainment venues are closed during this period, but the lively indoor entertainment is ongoing throughout the winter months.

Where to Stay

Sedona isn't a large town, but it's ringed with plenty of top-notch vacation resorts. These resorts offer timeshare units, meaning that the current owner of a guest suite can offer ownership of their unit or points at discounted rates on the resale market. Visitors who purchase a Sedona timeshare in this manner enjoy all of the perks that come with ownership such as access to on-site dining establishments, recreation rooms, picnic areas, lounges and meeting rooms, and spas.

Find out for yourself why Sedona is rapidly becoming one of the nation's top vacation destinations. It's just a two-hour drive from Phoenix, and once here, you'll wonder why you hadn't heard about it sooner. Pack your outdoor gear and get ready to enjoy the great outdoors like you never dreamed possible.