Big Kahuna's offers more than 40 exciting water attractions, three tropical mini golf courses, two wild and fast go-kart tracks, two adrenaline-pumping rides. 850-654-4497 Take to the seas on your own with rentals of jet skis or pontoon boat with Boogies.Or if you need a little higher adventure book a parasailing ride.You can get wild at the zoo, splash around at a water park, or interact with a live dolphin at the Gulfarium.
For an educational family trip, tour the state capitol building, visit Impression 5 Science Center, or learn about our state's history at the Michigan Historical Museum.
For outdoors activities, head to one of Lansing's numerous parks, gardens, and nature centers.
There are a few shuttles and air tours that leave directly from Sedona for your convenience!
See All Sedona Tours » Sedona attractions that often top the "must see in Sedona" lists are Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village, Sedona vortex spots, Oak Creek River, Slide Rock State Park and the shops in Uptown Sedona.
Look down at Sedona from a hot air balloon and realize there's more than a few ways to have a spiritual experience here.
Helicopter rides are one of the best ways to view more of Sedona than you ever knew existed, and let's not forget river trips down to the vineyards for afternoon wine tastings. Don't limit yourself to just strolling around the town.
Mid-Michigan is full of art galleries and theaters, including facilities located on the campus of Michigan State University.
Spartan country is the perfect place to enjoy everything from a Big Ten game to world-class museums.
No two sunsets on the Emerald Coast are exactly alike, and neither are any two days.
Along with award-winning beaches, you'll find several world-class attractions and family entertainment complexes here.
Many visitors come to Sedona, enjoy the red rock views, take pictures, walk around town, shop and dine.