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SEDONA


Often called “Red Rock Country” Sedona is located 110 miles north of Phoenix at an elevation of 4,500 feet. Known for its arts and culture; shopping; outdoor sports; and the spiritual and metaphysical, this picturesque city is surrounded by red-rock monoliths named Coffeepot, Cathedral and Thunder Mountain. Sedona is home to the luxurious world renowned Enchantment Resort located in scenic and secluded Boynton Canyon.


PRESCOTT


About an hour northwest of Phoenix, Prescott’s tree-lined downtown square, historic buildings and friendly, hometown atmosphere draw visitors to its numerous museums, galleries, antique shops and cozy eateries. Here you’ll find many things to do including horseback riding, golfing, kayaking, fishing, hiking, camping and mountain biking.


Once the capital of the state, Prescott is rich with history embodied in its world famous Whiskey Row and abundant historical landmarks. With more 1,300 rooms and over 27,000 square feet of meeting space, Prescott is an excellent choice for gatherings.


PAYSON Two hours east of Prescott or a short, scenic, 90-minute drive north of Phoenix is the refreshing town of Payson. Located in the largest continuous stand of ponderosa pine in the world, its temperate climate makes it a four-season land of enchantment where guests enjoy hiking, fishing, skiing and many other outdoor activities.


Meetings and events in Northern and Southern Arizona are sure to be popular – just make sure you build in time for lots of outdoor activities and photo ops!


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