Shopping in Sedona Oak Creek Canyon
Oak Creek Canyon seamlessly turns into Sedona when heading south and west on 89A. Needless to say, there's a mecca of shops, jewelers, candy stores, galleries and everything else Sedona related all to be found in town. There's far less shopping along Oak Creek Canyon, but there are a few special finds.
Native American Art & Jewelry
About four miles north on 89A from Uptown Sedona is a little dirt parking lot where Native Americans sell their art and jewelry on table stands. This little spot has been a hub of Oak Creek Canyon shopping for over 30 years. It's right next to a Dairy Queen, which makes it easier to keep the kids pacified while the adults shop. But some of the art, stones and jewelry displayed are so beautiful that people of all ages can't helped but be captivated. Often times you'll find that pieces are more fairly priced on these stand than in the shops in Sedona, but the quality of the product is often the same.
Indian Gardens Market
This is one of Sedona Oak Creek Canyon's better spots. It's not quite a secret, but it may as well be as it feel pristine and hidden. The Indian Gardens is a little market where visitors can buy everything from freshly baked goods and sandwiches to craft beer or wine, then take purchased goodies to the luscious garden out back where the little patio is protected by canyon walls and filled with shaded blooms. It's quite a beautiful place. You can even do quite a bit of grocery shopping here if you're staying in the area. Everything tastes great and the market is stocked with some really nice things to eat.
- Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village
- Uptown Sedona
- Hillside Sedona
- Creekside Plaza
- Oak Creek Factory Outlets