Click on the links to open maps of Sedona, the Verde Valley and Arizona:
Sedona - Online Sedona Map (Google). Click here for the fun Sedona Discovery Interactive Map, City of Sedona Subdivision Map (color coded to show which are in Coconino County [orange] and Yavapai County [pink]), City of Sedona Zoning Map, City of Sedona Trails and Urban Pathways Map, Sedona 4 x 4 Trails Map.
Arizona Scenic Roads - interactive maps of Arizona's most scenic and historic roadways, including Sedona's Oak Creek Canyon Scenic Road, Red Rock Scenic Road, Dry Creek Scenic Road and Jerome-Clarkdale-Cottonwood Historic Road.
Arizona Recreation and Historic Sites Map
Verde Valley Regional Map - map of the Verde Valley including Sedona, Village of Oak Creek, Page Springs, Cornville, Cottonwood, Clarkdale, Camp Verde, Lake Montezuma, Rimrock and Jerome. Includes Coconino County areas and Yavapai County areas, and shows Coconino National Forest and Prescott National Forest.
City of Cottonwood Boundary Map, Cottonwood Street Map, Cottonwood Zoning Map.
Airport Directions to Sedona
From Phoenix/Sky Harbor Airport (about 2 hours):
- Take I-10 West (Los Angeles), to the I-17 interchange.
- Take I-17 North (Flagstaff) for about 103 miles to exit #298.
- At Exit #298 go North on Highway 179 through the Village of Oak Creek for 14 miles.
- OR, if your destination is in West Sedona, take Exit #287 at Camp Verde instead, and Take State Route 260 West to Cottonwod, you will dead end at State Route 89A. Make a right and go East
From Flagstaff/Pullian Airport (about 45 minutes):
- Take I-17 South (Phoenix).
- Take exit #337 (Airport) and take a right.
- Take an immediate left for Highway 89A South and go through Oak Creek Canyon for 23 miles.