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Old 01-12-2010, 07:19 PM
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Has anyone been to Sedona, AZ with children? Lookiong to take two of my grandchildren there around Easter.
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Old 03-02-2010, 08:55 PM
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You can order a free travel guide here. It should have alot of great information for you. I've not been to Sedona yet.

http://www.visitsedona.com/index.php...form.esg_order
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I did not take my DD with me to Sedona. How old are the grandkids? Do they like adventure? There is lots of hiking you can do! Also there are Hot Air Balloon rides, jeep adventure rides and things like that. .
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We're actually thinking of going through Sedona this summer. Anyone been to Sliderock State Park? Any tips? It looks like tons of fun & a really neat way to cool off.
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We're actually thinking of going through Sedona this summer. Anyone been to Sliderock State Park? Any tips? It looks like tons of fun & a really neat way to cool off.
" It is all that and more! Hundreds of people come every year to do just that. Spend the day swimming and sliding. You can either pack a picnic lunch or there is a local DQ really close to slide rock.
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