Sedona has stunning outdoor wedding venues. Here is a list of some of our most popular ones.
“Getting married outdoors with one of the most beautiful red rock views in Arizona and so much positive energy was an unforgettable experience!”
— Alice and Marco P.
The Huckaby Hollow wedding venue is the start of a trail head a short way up Schnebley Hill. I found this lovely spot that is a natural amphitheater surrounded by gorgeous formations and an incredible vista of all of Sedona spreading out before you. Imagine your ceremony in the shade of a twisted vortex Juniper on a platform with the red monoliths of Schnebley Hill rising up above you. There are a lot of pros to this site. You can reach this site with any kind of vehicle, so no need for the expense of renting Jeeps. It is very Find Out More
The Sugar Loaf wedding venue is one of those sweet local spots. Not many visitors find it or even know how very special Sugar Loaf is. It’s known as the very heart center of the Americas. An unassuming little knoll in the middle of West Sedona, it has wonderful views of Thunder Mountain, Coffee Pot and Chimney Rock. It’s a fabulous wedding site at sunset. The light on the mountain is amazing and you are up close and personal with them. The energy here is very heart-centered and loving, gentle and sweet and accepting. In fact, Reverend Akal and I Find Out More
This is a true hidden gem. I found out about Mystic Vista by accident when the Forestry Service kept telling me to check it out. Finally, on my birthday, I took a hike out to this amazing wedding venue. And what a birthday present it was! It’s about a 20- to 25-minute hike, but on your wedding day it might be more fun to rent Jeeps or get a Jeep tour to drive everyone out to this incredible knoll. There is an additional fee for all vendors for this site, due to additional time needed to access it. It has views Find Out More
Back o’ Beyond is a fabulous spot for a wedding and one of our most popular venues. You are right on a platform on the side of Cathedral; Cathedral’s great spires rise behind you. There are breathtaking vistas of Bell Rock, Courthouse and Twin Buttes. This is another magnetic vortex–I call this the “Womb with a View.” Very nurturing, calming and loving energy. “Sedona Destinations provided us with a beautiful vow renewal ceremony. Back O Beyond was the perfect location with breathtaking views. Our officiant Rebecca and photographer Aurora were remarkably warm during and after the ceremony being sure everything we Find Out More
Bell Rock is a well known Sedona monument and a perfect venue for a Sedona wedding. This venue has great views of the valley in front of it with Courthouse Rock beside it and Twin Buttes and Cathedral Rock in the distance. It’s a great spot for all size weddings. There is plenty of parking and it’s accessible with a moderate 10-minute hike. Bell Rock is also a major vortex site. It has very electric and powerful energy and acts like a giant transmitter. Your vows and commitments to each other will definitely be heard and noted by the Divine. Find Out More
Red Rock Crossing is the second most photographed spot in Arizona after the Grand Canyon–and it is our most popular wedding venue. We hold our wedding ceremonies on the Verde Valley School Road side of Oak Creek. At this site there is a beautiful platform to get married at, which is the optimum site for the best photos. It is spectacularly beautiful in any season with Oak Creek running through a band of dazzling green at the feet of majestic Cathedral. Mid-March to late November are the best! The energy here is warm and inviting, very feminine and nurturing. This Find Out More
The Merry-Go-Round wedding venue is part of our Sedona Adventure Package. It’s accessed over a very long and bumpy dirt road. You’ll need four-wheel drive vehicles–or even more fun is to rent pink Jeeps (they even put a JUST MARRIED sign on the back of the Jeep for the ride down.) The experience takes 2.5 hours and there are additional fees for all vendors at this site. The ride is worth it, though. Merry-Go-Round is up at the top of Schnebley Hill and the magnificent views of the buttes of Schnebley Hill and sweeping views into the valley of Sedona Find Out More
The Cathedral Vista wedding venue is one of those locations that looks great at sunset and all year round. Known for its gorgeous expanse with one of the best views of Cathedral in Sedona, this venue makes for otherworldly wedding photos. There is a 15-minute moderate to hard hike to access this location–note that it’s not one of our “easy access” sites–but it’s well worth the effort for adventurous couples and seekers of extravagantly beautiful photo ops. There is an additional fee for all vendors for this site, due to additional time needed to access it. Here’s a Video Keepsake Find Out More
Airport Vortex is one of my all time favorite places on the planet and the perfect venue for a Sedona wedding. This vortex has such powerful and transformational energy; it is an electric/magnetic vortex. That means it’s balanced between male and female. Take a look at some of the weddings we’ve conducted at Airport Vortex. You can feel the joy! httpvh://youtu.be/LcCiJg14nuQ “Sedona Destinations provided a unique and stress-free experience for our amazing wedding. It was a beautiful and magical experience at the Airport Vortex. We chose the Southwestern Elopement Package, and also took the wedding prep and site tour. Reverend Akal Find Out More
The Lover’s Knoll outdoor wedding venue is just off a winding mountain road with world class views. There have been many car commercials filmed on this road. Spreading before you are Twin Buttes, Schnebley Hill, Lee Mountain, Courthouse Butte and Cathedral. Sunset is the optimum time at this site and you cannot beat sunset on a full moon night anywhere on planet Earth. With indescribable beauty, lighting and energy, your wedding here on the full moon will be legendary. Lover’s Knoll has easy access and ample parking–a great combination. As I said, on any sunset night and particularly with a full Find Out More
Isis Overlook is a real hidden gem and popular wedding venue in Sedona. It’s a sweet little knoll with views that sweep around you in a 360-degree span of unparalleled beauty. To the west is Cockscomb, and Doe Mesa rolling into Bear Mountain and Boynton Canyon. Then come the great pillars of Isis and all the Secret Canyon Wilderness, Brin’s Mesa and then the back end of Thunder Mountain. It’s right in the center of an amphitheater. You really get a sense of the majesty of nature and the indescribable beauty and power of Sedona at Isis Overlook. Take a Find Out More
Madonna Rock is a wonderful wedding site. Only a 12-minute hike along the Chapel Trail and you find yourself on a red rock platform with a wall of red rocks rising up behind you, Madonna and the Three Sisters enfolding you, and sweeping vista views of Cathedra Vista before you. It truly is a breathtakingly spectacular location. The energy here is very nurturing, magnetic and feminine. Natures own “Chapel Amphitheater,” perfect for your Sedona wedding. Parking is very limited, especially on weekends. An additional fee applies for this site. It’s one of the Top Sedona wedding sites as seen on the Sedona Wedding Find Out More
Magic Vista is one of those hidden treasures. I have dubbed it “magic” because it truly is a magical little spot and a perfect wedding venue. The views are unbeatable. You are right in the shadow and the heart centered energy of Sugar Loaf and Thunder Mountain rises above you with Coffee Pot. As you turn, you have a magnificent 360 degree view. Your eye comes to Soldier’s Pass and Brim’s Mesa (called Brim because an original settler kept his prize bull, Brim, up there grazing), and then Wilson Mountain and ShipRock. And then Schnebley Hill and around to the Find Out More