Sedona is pet friendly! If you need help deciding where to stay, play, or eat with Fido, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s the scoop on our favorite pet friendly hotels, dog friendly activities, and restaurants that allow dogs in Sedona.
Took this picture while enduring a bumpy (more like roller coaster Lol) ride, but well worth the trip. Tons of equally wonderful red rock formations, as well as plants. Our tour guide and driver, Randy, was a hoot! But he clearly was knowledgeable and is more than willing to impart bits and pieces of trivia as well as historical information. He drives a stick shift Jeep, by the way. I don’t know how you feel about that, especially on steep hills and rocky spots on the road.
Posted March 28
Posted March 28
Visit dog-friendly Sedona, Arizona
Surrounded by unique red rock formations that once provided the backdrop for a whole host of Western movies, there’s nowhere on the planet quite like pet-friendly Sedona. This spiritual spot is said to be home to many vortex sites, where the earth's energy is increased and residents receive a dose of self-awareness and inner healing. If you’re a skeptic, the small city still exudes a strong sense of community and a welcoming attitude toward four-legged residents. Add outdoor activities, great schools, a comfortable climate and stunning homes that blend into the natural surroundings, and you might be ready to call the movers! Embark on a grand tour of Fido’s future stomping grounds with A Day in the West Jeep Tours, or explore the red rocks on foot via Little Horse Trail. After your adventure, sample the local cuisine on the most pet-friendly patio in town at Creekside American Bistro. The dog menu includes a cheddar omelet with chicken jerky, venison stew, steak tartare, and dog cookies. Rest tired paws at Sky Rock Inn of Sedona which offers guests stunning views of the rock formations that have helped put Sedona on the map. 🐶🗺️