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Oak Creek Vista Point, Sedona

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  • The Oak Creek Vista Overlook provides a great place to stop along 89A after you have wound your way through the forest. Bring a jacket if visiting later in the year because it can be rather chilly at ...  more »
  • Driving on 89A from Sedona toward Flagstaff, this Isa wonderful ending t a spectacular drive. They have ample parking and restrooms. Native Americans are selling beautiful jewelry and pottery. The wal...  more »
  • Traffic can make a visit her difficult. Work on State Route 89A between Flagstaff and Sedona can make this traffic even worse. Also the highway is now closed at night until work is complete next year.  more »
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  • Great rest stop. Beautiful views, clean bathrooms, and the greatest hosts/ artisans a person could ask for. They explained everything to my son down to the finest detail. Excellent representation of Native American culture and background. We all learned a lot.
  • Amazing overlook of the Oak Creek Canyon and the switchback road out of the canyon. Clean restrooms, picnic area, nice paved trail to sweeping overlooks. A must stop, if you've just driven the canyon road.
  • Nice views over looking Oak Creek. A great place to purchase souvenirs.
  • Yep, it's tourist time at the lookout these days as Native Americans reclaimed their historic right to have roadside stands on their land and make a living selling jewelry and artwork to passers-by. Though it's now public land, part of the Coconino National Forest, it was once Native American ground. I think it's perfect that they get to use this site exclusively for their artwork and sales. The Oak Creek Canyon overlook is still a dynamic place to look down at where you're going (to Sedona) or where you just came from (Sedona). The only difference is that now you can buy excellent artwork and jewelry from Native American families at much lower prices for the same quality that you'll never see in Sedona or other towns. You don't expect a masterpiece here, just fine daily quality merchandise that is totally suitable for gifts and personal adornment. You'll cut out the middle-man store and help some new friends.....a nice deal for sure.
  • Great views, if you want some jewelry there's plenty of vendors here sitting their wears. Just glanced by everything, seemed mostly the same. Bathrooms were in terrible conditions. There was a sign that said broken pipes.

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