The trolly can take group tours for all occasions. They service to the Chapel of the Holy Cross. It is open air and comfortable. It can accomodate 35 people.
The charter rates: first hour is $195.00 and each additional hour is $145.00 (Prices include tax and gratituity.
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Ready to Ride?! Go rent a Harley-Davison motorcyle from Eagle Rider Motorcycle Rentals in the Village of Oak Creek, just south of Sedona proper, as long as you are 21 & have a valid driver's license with motorcycle endorsement. John or Mike will set you up in style & tell you where to ride. It's open 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. seven days a week. They have a variety of Harley-Davidson motorcycles and range from $145/day to $749/7 day rental. Rentals are based on 24 hr/day and include unlimited mileage.
The website below is fantastic and you can reserve online. The website has all their bikes and rental rates, directions to their store, as well as a video of a Sedona motorcycle ride.
These buses give free transportation in the touristy area of Sedona in Uptown and over the the hillside galleries. They also have a bus that shuttles between Cottonwood, Az and Sedona, AZ. The service is limited in off season.
Parking can be very difficult in Sedona but there are a good number of Public carparks. We drove straight into one and almost immediately boarded the free shuttle that was just leaving the car-park stop.
You can use it as a hop-on hop-off ride as we did, or stay on until you get back to the point you boarded - a boon for anyone with mobilty problems.
A notice at the front requests that you do NOT tip the driver - the first time I have seen that anywhere!
The driver calls out the next stop and occasionally gives a bit of local information but this is not a guided tour. One particular residence caused a good bit of interest and we were told whose house it was or had been - but everyone on board heard something different. I thought he said Lucille Ball, others - Ida Lupino or Lauren Bacall!
It was a very hot day (April 25th) and we walked a lot in between rides so, after a very nice lunch, we were glad to jump back on the trolley for another ride before continuing our tour on foot.
I wondered if it was because it was a free service there was such a friendly, jolly atmosphere on board!
The road runner runs:
Every 15 minutes from 10am - 6pm,
7 days a week
Except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day.
Do not mistake the Free Shuttle for the Sedona Trolley which is a narrated tour lasting 55 minutes which leaves from the Sedona Center and costs about 10 dollars.
The bus to shuttle people is intended to take a lot of vehicles off the streets. It seems to work somewhat. The shuttle goes from the north end of town down one mile to the main intersection of Hwy 89A/179. Then another about one mile on Hwy 179. It does not go out on Hwy 89A to West Sedona, which could alleviate some traffic there if they did. The shuttle runs every 15 minutes during busy season and 30 minutes other times. There are 6 main stops, and also 5 parking lots to park the car. Overall it is good and convenient.
The Sedona Trolley is a great first thing to do in Sedona to get a feel for the town and see some highlights without having to find parking spaces and leave the driving up to the Trolley driver.
Their website below will give you their tour choices and where they stop. Fares at this time are: Adults - $12/tour, or $21 for both tours. Children 12 & under are $6/tour or $11 for both tours.
The Tours depart from their Uptown Trolley Depot (at the traffic signal in the middle of Uptown next to Canyon Breeze).
There are different ways of getting to the rough and off-roads in Sedona. One way is driving the big and powerful Hummer!
Sedona is really cashing in to their millions of visitors every year. They also connect to their more affluent visitors! They also rent out Hummers!
We didn't rent one because we already rented an SUV (Sports Utility Vehicle). If we rented this SUV for $79.00 per day, I would say that the Hummer must be more expensive! Bear in mind that the Hummer uses a lot of gas!
The off-roads in Sedona are rough and dusty. If you wanted to experience rough driving in Sedona, there are All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV)'s rentals.
This is the best way or the pink jeep to explore Sedona (besides walking and hiking).
State Route 89A runs from Prescott Arizona to Flagstaff and is known for its scenic views. We enjoyed our drive from Flagstaff to Sedona via this highway. Passing through Oak Creek Canyon, seeing the beautiful rocks and trees was incredible. It's easy to get distracted by the views while driving so be careful, the road has some sharp turns along the way.
Serving our little Sedona airport on the top of Airport Mesa, this car rental company caters to those who fly into Sedona in private planes/jets, but anyone can use this car rental service. They'll have the car ready to meet you at the plane! They have compacts to SUV's, you choose, and you can make your reservation in advance at the website below.
Rates start at $31.95/day for a compact car to $69.95/day for a mini-van, and those rates include unlimited mileage. They have special rates for pilots also.
We did not notice the signs or that many of the parking areas along the Sedona Center mall area are timed on Hwy 89A. We parked along the street early in the morning to catch our Pink Jeep Tour, since there was no one around. So right after our tour, we headed for the car and had a very polite warning on our car. No ticket, just a nice warning. Although, the warning stated that they recorded our car as to keep track if we decide to test the time limit again. Hmmm, ah no…lol. I bet they give many out due to the high volume of tourist who visit here. I thought it was pretty nice that they give out warning first, unlike many cities.
Any question please call that number: Sedona Parking Ambassador
Municipal Lot Parking
(Behind the Matterhorn Inn, the best)
On Schnebly Rd & Jordan Rd off of Hwy 89A
To us we were able to find a parking spot each time we came to the Uptown area. The other parking areas were always filled and crowed with others trying to find a spot. We accidentally found this place, so after that we always came here each time and found a spot. So keep that in mind the next time you’re here. The Sedona Roadrunner stops here along its route too.
As we continued on south from Sedona to Phoenix, I was not sure what opportunities we would have in the remainder of our trip to get out and see some countryside. As a result, I was worried that I might not get a decent photo of a cactus. The traffic on Interstate 17 was whooshing along steadily and you almost took your life in your hands if you slowed down enough to pull off onto the shoulder of the road (not to mention pulling back out). Nevertheless, we finally managed to come to a stop where we saw a few cacti appearing. We had to climb up a steep hard dirt bank to get to them, where I managed to bag this sad looking specimen! On returning to the car, my wife's legs were not able to keep up to her body as we came back down the steep bank and she took a tumble that tore the knee of her jeans! She was not very impressed by my little exploratory trip that had ended up with such poor results! You will understand the reason why when you see the cactus that really impressed us later on, in my Apache Junction page!
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