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The Excentric World Local and National News

The Excentric World Local and National News 0

Read Excentric World for an eccentric, tongue-in-cheek look at Sedona, Arizona. Inside the pages of The Excentric you’ll find cutting edge news, local insights, pithy humor, unusual explanations of UFOs and the paranormal, and much more…    VISIT THE EXCENTRIC WORLD NOW

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What to Do in Sedona

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Want to know what to do in Sedona once you’re here? You’ll never be at a loss for things to do in and around the Sedona area. Sedona activities are as varied and plentiful as the landscape, with something for everyone. Get the best prices for land and sightseeing tours in Sedona from TrustedTours.com. Ideas(…)

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Sedona Camping

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A Sedona camping adventure is an amazing way to experience the beauty of Red Rock country in an up close and personal way that’s very different from staying in a hotel and should be experienced for itself. Whether you’re a tent camper or a full-facility RV camper, it also has the added benefit of being(…)

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Sedona Golf

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Sedona golf is popular with golfers from the Southwest and around the world because of the dramatic red rock backdrops and the fabulous courses offered here. Sedona has five courses to choose from. Hotel resorts, as well as public and private clubs, have quite a range of Sedona golf offerings within a relatively small area.(…)

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Shopping in Sedona

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Shopping in Sedona is one of the main thrill’s when your visiting Sedona. Sedona has a number of main shopping areas and a multitude of shops: some fun, some interesting, some practical, some artsy, some upscale, some touristy. The challenge isn’t finding shops, but finding the shops you want. Of course, window shopping and wandering(…)

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Arizona National Parks & Recreation Areas

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Here is a free listing of some of the local Arizona National Parks & Recreation Areas in and around Sedona and Northern Arizona. Canyon de Chelly At the base of sheer red cliffs and in canyon wall caves are ruins of Indian villages built between AD 350 and 1300. Canyon de Chelly National Monument offers visitors(…)

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