#126 – Page Springs Fish Hatchery
365 Reasons to Live in Sedona

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

Sedona is surrounded by so many awesome opportunities to have fun! Sedona’s prime locations allows residents to be able to do just about any activity they desire, even fishing at the Page Springs Fish Hatchery. Reason to live in Sedona #126, Sedona’s location to the Page Springs Fish Hatchery where we can catch some of the largest rainbow trout around!

The Page Springs Fish Hatchery sits on 82 acres, located halfway between Sedona and Cottonwood. The scenic drive is often time used as a five mile cut across to Cornville, Page Springs Road. When driving through Page Springs, there is no way that you can miss the diverse wildlife that survives in the small area of the Coconino National Forest along the creek. The Page Springs Fish Hatchery has been open and in operation since 1938 with raceways installed in 1960.

The Page Springs Fish Hatchery is only open during the day. There is no camping at the Page Springs Fish Hatchery, however there are several surrounding placed that are available for camping year-round.  This area is known mostly for its wildlife. It has a calm atmosphere as to attract a more relaxed personality. People come here to birdwatch and seek animals. The area is prime for raccoons and skunks. There are forest rangers on call to come and rescue the animals out of the raceways and water.

The Page Springs Fish Hatchery is a fun place to bring children and family. They produce over 700,000 trout each year! If you want to experience a day with rainbow trout, go to the fish hatchery to view and catch more fish than you could imagine.

The special thing about the Page Springs Fish Hatchery, is that not only is it a fish hatchery but a scenic lookout. The wildlife in Page Springs a main attraction! You are completely enclosed in the Coconino National Forest, where the wilderness is overpowering.

Sedona is known for its breathtaking beauty. But what we love about Sedona is that we are able to call home a place where we have the ability to do just about anything we would imagine. If we want camping, you got it. Hiking, no doubt about it. Skiing in Flagstaff in the winter then sunbathing in Phoenix! Sedona’s location is incomparable!

If you would like to be a Sedona Resident, give us a call! We would love you help you find the perfect Sedona Property. Email us or call us at the RE/MAX Sedona Office at 928-282-4166 x 253. You can visit our website to Search for Homes in Sedona or the Verde Valley. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us with your needs. We will assist you the best we can!

Sedona Property Partners – Your Source for Sedona Real Estate

#68 – Verde Valley Kingdom of Spiders
365 Reasons to Live in Sedona

Greetings from Rob & Pam Schabatka – Broker/Owners of REMAX Sedona

Hollywood watch out for the Verde Valley! (not literally) For those of you who don’t know, the town of Camp Verde was used to film the 1977 horror film, Kingdom of the Spiders. William Shatner and the cast of the movie invaded Camp Verde soil to produce one of the best worst movies.

Although the movie is not an award winner, the town of Camp Verde has begun re-living their five minutes of fame. October 29th will be the second annual Kingdom of the Spiders Reunion. Last year there were over 700 people that celebrated with dozens of residents that acted in the movie as extras.

Event Details

The reunion includes a museum of Kingdom memorabilia, a collection of live spiders, and a showing of the movie on a large screen behind the Camp Verde Town Hall. This event is free, please bring your own snacks and lawn chairs or blankets. If you grew up in Camp Verde in the late 70s come prepared to see fellow residents on the big screen!

  • October 29th
  • Festivites begin at 3:00pm
  • Movie plays on the big screen at 6:30

The town of Camp Verde is rich with American History, from the military Fort Verde to cinema fame. If you would like to purchase a Camp Verde Property for Sale you can search for properties for sale on our website, http://SedonaProperty.net or you can click here to view a list of Camp Verde Homes for Sale or Camp Verde Vacant Land for Sale. Please contact us with all questions at 928-821-3508 or 928-282-4166 ext 253.

Rob & Pam Schabatka – Your Source for Sedona Real Estate.

#55 – Montezuma’s Castle
365 Reasons to Live in Sedona

Greetings from Rob & Pam Schabatka – Broker/Owners of RE/MAX Sedona

Are you intrigued by history? If so, you will love living in the middle of numerous historic sightseeing opportunities in the southwest. Travelling to places like Jerome, Old Town Cottonwood, Fort Verde State Historic Park and Montezuma’s Castle (all within 30 minutes of Sedona) will have you feeling like you are a world away.

All Arizona Historic Monuments are distinct but Montezuma’s Castle National Monument is one-of-a-kind! Possibly the oldest and most preserved Native American cliff dwellings in the southwest, Montezuma’s Castle is one historic site that you won’t want to miss.

How to Get There

Travel 25 miles south on Interstate 17 and Exit on 289 to find yourself surrounded by hundreds of years “Indian” history.

How Much Does it Cost?

Bring the whole family because entering the National Monument only costs $5 per adult over 16 and children enter for free.

If you would like to see more Native American dwellings in the area, after visiting Montezuma’s Castle, please click here for more Verde Valley Sightseeing Opportunities.

As you are exploring the culture around Sedona and keep your eye out for neighborhoods that interest you. You can create your own custom list of property for sale on our Free Verde Valley MLS Search on our website or click here to view a list of Verde Valley Homes for Sale. With any questions regarding Sedona-Verde Valley Property for Sale please contact us on Rob’s Cell at 928-821-3508 or at our RE/MAX Sedona Office at 928-282-4166 ext. 253.

Rob & Pam Schabatka – Your Source for Sedona Real Estate!

#50 – Flagstaff, AZ Mountain Film Festival
365 Reasons to Live in Sedona

Greetings from Rob & Pam Schabatka – Broker/Owners of RE/MAX Sedona

As Sedona-ians we can’t help but feel fortunate for Sedona’s central location. With Flagstaff only 45 minutes away we have access to big-city activities while still living in Sedona’s natural paradise. In a month full of Sedona festivals we encourage you to make the drive to Flagstaff to enjoy the multitude of artistic films at the Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival on October 13th – 16th.

How to Get There

Take the 45 minute drive up the scenic Oak Creek Canyon, to the city of Flagstaff where you will drive north into Downtown Flagstaff. There will be venues that show a variety of films from environmental documentaries to extreme sports and adventure documentaries.

How Much Does it Cost?

The Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival pricing ranges from free general admission to $60 VIP Passes. Take the opportunity to experience a festival not in Sedona, you shouldn’t be disappointed.

As you drive through the canyon notice the private creek-front homes surrounded by gorgeous autumn trees, can you picture yourself living in the Oak Creek Canyon? If so, view our list of Current Oak Creek Canyon Homes for Sale or visit our Sedona AZ Real Estate Website. Please don’t hesitate to contact us at 928-821-3508 or at our RE/MAX Sedona Office at 928-282-4166 ext. 253 for more information on buying a Sedona Property.

#37 – Rhythm & Ribs
365 Reasons to Live in Sedona

Greetings from Rob & Pam Schabatka – Broker/Owners of RE/MAX Sedona

If you are a Southwestern local and miss your Midwestern home cooking than you are in luck! On October 1st at the Cottonwood Kids Park (just a 30 minute drive from Sedona AZ) there will be a day full of great barbeque cuisine, festive games, and live country music at the 5th annual Rhythm & Ribs.

How Much Does it Cost?

If you decide to buy tickets in advance they are $10. Tickets on the day of are $12 per person. This BBQ will be filled with good hearty eating and country music that you won’t want to miss. The festivities last from 11am to 9pm with popular musicians performing throughout the day, including Troy Olsen and the Jed Morrison Band.

Are you looking for a town that has all the right character? Cottonwood AZ is only a 30 minute drive from the infamous Sedona Red Rocks but has all the small-town charm and historical background of a northern Arizona town. Click here to look at Listings of Homes for Sale in Cottonwood AZ or contact us at 928-821-3508 or 928-282-4166 to help you find your future home.

If you aren’t ready to buy now, you can always conduct your own FREE Verde Valley MLS Search on our Verde Valley Real Estate Website.

#8 – Out of Sedona?
365 Reasons to Live in Sedona AZ

Greetings from Rob & Pam Schabatka – Broker/Owners of RE/MAX Sedona

No Out of Africa! Hundreds of animals from all over the world have made their way this wildlife park in Camp Verde, AZ! It is just a 30 minute drive from Sedona to the Out of Africa Wildlife Park. At the park you can take one of their numerous tours or visit one of the many exhibits, such as:  the Wildlife Preserve, Tiger Splash, African Bush Safari, Predator Feed, and the Snake

How To Get There

Open Monday-Sunday from 9:30-5pm, travel south on Interstate 17 to the Camp Verde Exit. Head west on State Route 260 until you see the sign for the exit. Don’t wait to let your wild side out, take advantage of Sedona’s central location and visit Out of Africa today!

How Much Does It Cost?

Daily Tickets into the Park:

  • Adults $36
  • Seniors $34 (65 years +)
  • Veterans & Military $22
  • Children $20 (3-12) *Children under 3 are free.

Annual Memberships are available with Out of the Ordinary Perks

If you aren’t scared of the tigers escaping and think they would make good neighbors Camp Verde is the place for you. Check out our new website for a list of Camp Verde Real Estate for Sale or visit our RE/MAX Sedona Website with general real estate questions or contact us at 928-821-3508 or 928-282-4166 with questions about buying Property near Sedona or anywhere else in the Verde Valley!

We hope you enjoy the magnificent experience as much as we did!