About Sedona

Sitting on the county line between Coconino and Yavapai counties, Arizona is the city of Sedona, populated by 10,031 residents as of the 2010 census. The city encompasses 18 square miles of total area, almost all land, atop an elevation of 4,326 feet above sea level. The main attraction of the city is the Red Rocks of Sedona, a beautiful array of red sandstone formations. One interesting site to see in Sedona is actually a McDonald's, which you can find in the Sedona, AZ Business Directory. What makes this McDonald's unique is it is the only one in the world in which the arches are not yellow, but are turquoise. The city believed the yellow would poorly mesh with the red rocks, and they accepted turquoise, the first color McDonald's offered to them.

Looking through the Sedona, AZ Yellow Pages will take you to all the great places the city has to offer, including restaurants, lodging and shopping. However, the main reason for people visiting Sedona is all the amazing scenery which provides a beautiful backdrop for everything, including spiritual pursuits, mountain biking and hiking trails. Sedona plays host to multiple events annually, such as the Sedona International Film Festival, the Sedona Marathon, the Sedona Miracle Annual Charity and Fundraiser, and of course, the Sedona Jazz on the Rocks Festival.

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