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Perfect for a day out with family and friends, Riverfront Park offers visitors the opportunity to unwind amid picturesque environs. Recreational activities abound here, and the park features picnic spots, a disc golf course, playing fields, playgrounds, volleyball courts, and a designated dog area, among other convenient amenities. Take a break from your sightseeing excursions across Cottonwood and head to this refreshing destination to rejuvenate and relax. Additionally, you can also avail yourself of the barbecue pits, hockey rink, and skatepark.
Red Rock Scenic Byway is also called State Route 179 and is named for the red sandstone and rock compositions along its 7.5-mile (12.07 kilometers) stretch. It is a designated All-American Road and the state's first one. Along its path lie many interesting sites, scenic stops, trails and much more. You won't merely drive through but will want to explore its marvelous sights and scenery. Flanked by stunning bluffs, canyons, lush foliage and featuring meandering twists and turns, this highway is indeed worth traversing. It starts in the Village of Oak Creek or Big Park and then heads to Sedona. You will find the Cathedral Rock and Bell Rock along this route.
The Village Gallery displays artworks created by local artists and craftsmen. You can find elegant garments, jewelry, oil paintings, and stone and metal sculptures. Native American crafts are also put on display. Pictures clicked by local photographers, wearable artworks, little souvenirs, and wood carvings are also showcased. The friendly and knowledgeable staff explain about the artists and their works. Regular events like exhibitions and talks with local and other artists are also held at the gallery. Do pay a visit to one of the best art galleries in town to check out the exquisite collection and also to make purchases at the gift shop.
While Cottonwood is known for its wineries and picturesque natural surrounds, the city also has much to offer in terms of history and heritage. Its historic Old Town is a delightful tapestry woven with stores peddling antique wares, galleries and studios exemplifying the city's artistic splendor, cultural centers focusing on the promotion of Cottonwood's culture and traditions, and a historical society that illuminates the region's history. Additionally, wineries strung along Main Street entice oenophiles, while quaint buildings attract those interested in historic architecture.
With an opening of 150 feet (45.72 meters) by 90 feet (27.43 meters) Devil’s Kitchen is one of the seven, and also the most active sinkhole in the city of Sedona. Formed by collapse of the surface layer, a sinkhole, as the name suggests is a depression or hole in the ground. Viewable easily as you cross the Soldier Pass Road, The Devil’s Kitchen is a must-see for those interested in geology or simply gaping at a naturally formed, active sinkhole.