#158 – Lake Roosevelt
365 Reasons to Live in Sedona

Greetings from Sedona Property Partners – Broker/Owners of REMAX Sedona

A reason we love living in Sedona is our central location. What’s better than spending a couple nights camping right next to water? Absolutely nothing!  A good place to go is Lake Roosevelt, just three hours from Sedona, and it is a great place to go have fun with the entire family!

Lake Roosevelt has a lot to offer for all types of outdoor-sy people. If you own a boat, bring it. If you own a tube, perfect! If you have float toys, bring them too! Lake Roosevelt can be a day trip from Sedona or you can make a weekend out of it! There are places to camp on the beach or park a trailer to sleep in.

Lake Roosevelt is located in Gila County and is about 15 miles long. Lake Roosevelt is a dam created in 1911 from the Salt Lake River. Be sure to admire the amazing and creative Roosevelt Lake Bridge!

Unfortunately us here in Sedona, Arizona are landlocked…no ocean beaches for us. However, if you decide to take a trip to Lake Roosevelt, the beach is about as good as it gets for AZ!

We hope you have a phenomenal time in the clear blue waters of Lake Roosevelt — and on your trip be sure to stop into Sedona, AZ and enjoy the gorgeous Red Rocks. As far as living in beautiful red rock country, you can visit our Real Estate Website, to check out all of the property currently on the market! You can also email us or just give us a call at the Sedona RE/MAX Office at 928-282-4166 x 253.

Sedona Property Partners – Your Source for Sedona Real Estate

#157 – Soldiers Pass
365 Reasons to Live in Sedona

Greetings from Sedona Property Partners – Broker/Owners of REMAX Sedona

If you want to escape the chaos of everyday life and get in touch with the simpler things, there’s a hidden treasure to discover right in the heart of Sedona. A trail called Soldiers Pass, which is 2.5 miles in length and is suitable for most hikers. This hike features not only one, but two ‘must sees’!

The first “must see’ landmark is the Seven Sacred Pools. These pools are breathtaking, naturally formed indentations that vary in size. They are considered sacred because the larger pools carry water year round despite Sedona’s dry desert climate. Another reason this is a perfect place to stop is because local wildlife, such as coyotes and javelina, use the pools as a watering hole.

The second site is called the Devil’s Sink Hole. A large area off to the side of the trail. A hole in the earth filled with what used to be. Looking down you will see sheets of red rocks and boulders, some larger than a car. The mere sight of it will bring to reality the true power and beauty of Mother Nature. A topic Sedona has much to say about.

Soldiers Pass is a “local’s favorite trail”, one that is shown to out-of-town friends and family. We live in a truly beautiful place! For more information about the treasures of Sedona or Information regarding living in Sedona,  contact us at the RE/MAX Sedona Office at 928-282-4166 x 253. Or you can visit our Sedona Property Website or email us with any questions regarding Sedona, we’d be happy to help! We look forward to speaking with you!

Sedona Property Partners – Your Source for Sedona Real Estate