Oak Creek Canyon offers cabins and cottages nestled amid oak trees, just at the base of the canyon walls along the running running of the creek. It's a dreamy place to say the least. During the summer, it may just be the most cool, refreshing vacation escape in Arizona. During the fall, the leaves explode and glisten with colors of gold, orange, red and burgundy all around you and is reflected in the water creating a rare and seemingly magical oasis in the desert of Arizona. 89A, the road that runs between Flagstaff and Sedona along Oak Creek Canyon, is known as one of the most beautiful drives in the Southwest. Imagine just staying in a cabin or cottage there for a while.
There are Oak Creek cabins to fit every kind of guest. Some cabins are rustic and intimate, while others posh and can fit large families. Staying at a cabin in Oak Creek is a great family getaway because there is something for everyone to do. With stocked trout fishing, swimming and cliff-jumping, yoga and hiking to be done just out the front door of the cabin; there's a peaceful outdoor adventure for every member of your family.
Just as much as Oak Creek cabins are family oriented, it's equally, if not more, romantic! A cute cottage hidden in the trees along the creek with your special partner is an amazing way to disconnect from the busy world and reconnect with the person and things you love most. If you're wanting an upgrade on the romance, consider staying at one of the Oak Creek Canyon bed and breakfasts. Most B&Bs in Oak Creek Canyon serve amazing, local organic food and provide an ambiance second to none.
The Briar Patch Inn features 19 cabins situated on 9 lush acres in Oak Creek Canyon, just 3 miles north of Sedona. Each individual cabin is are dressed in distinctly different southwestern decor. The lush grounds - home to wildlife, birds and two resident sheep - showcase rambling walk … More
The Briar Patch Inn features 19 cabins situated on 9 lush acres in Oak Creek Canyon, just 3 miles north of Sedona. Each individual cabin is are dressed in distinctly different southwestern decor. The lush grounds - home to wildlife, birds and two resident sheep - showcase rambling walking paths, canyon oaks, giant pines and ancient sycamores. Healthy, bountiful, homemade breakfasts are offered by the creek in spring and summer and by the lodge fireplaces in fall and winter. An attentive, longtime staff strive to provide a quality of fine service that is the hallmark of this "magical" sanctuary. A Fodor's Choice and a Frommer's favorite.