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The Weather in Munds Park
Find the Munds Park climate diagram. In June maximum temperatures go higher than 95°. However, temperatures can go lower than 37° in Munds Park in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is June.
Delight in the colors of Arizona at a Munds Park vacation home
Breathe in the natural beauty of cabin rentals in Munds Park, a land of strange yet stunning and imposing red rock formations, scented pine forests, and rolling hills.
Spend an evening at New American eatery The Hudson to be pampered in a special Sedona atmosphere of sophistication. Chef Jeff's famous corn chowder with fire-roasted peppers is the perfect appetizer, and prickly pear barbecued baby back ribs echo the landscape outside.
Dog lovers, take note of the dedicated dog menu at Creekside American Bistro, a welcoming place for the whole family, fur babies included. Get your pup five-star venison stew, while you hound into curried lamb adobo, duck confit, or boneless Colorado red trout; fancy meals for both of you!
Culture in the making
Pick up an artsy souvenir or gift at Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village, an outdoor market that looks like a desert oasis at first glance. Local artisans sell wares of various designs – leather, glass, canvas, and clay all shine here.
The Sedona Heritage Museum, set amid brick-colored rocks and tall pines, is a former family homestead. See old farming and riding equipment, furnished rooms, rotating exhibits, and an old telegraph office. Check their events calendar too!
State park showdown
See the legendary flame-tinted rocks that draw loyal visitors from near and far at Red Rock State Park. Hike into the fiery sandstone canyon to be surrounded by formations, keeping an eye out for mammoth Cathedral Rock. Then take a break in the wooded shade of Oak Creek's riverside.
At Slide Rock State Park, which also borders Oak Creek, the slippery stone river bed serves as a wild waterpark created by nature. Put on your bathing suit, and water shoes for better grip, and test the rushing waters warmed by the sun and burning sandstone.
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