The Oak Creek Overlook Vista is located off Highway 89a. It is 17 minutes South of Flagstaff, Arizona. It is often referred to as the “Gateway to Sedona.” The Overlook is one of the most beautiful sites in Coconino County, and there is absolutely no fee to enjoy the beauty of the scenery at the Oak Creek Overlook Vista.
The Overlook is open daily from 8 AM to 5PM, as weather permits. There are 16 Native American vendors and artists who showcase and sell their authentic and beautiful arts and crafts. These carefully crafted items include jewelry, ornaments, pottery, sculptures, and much more.
In 1988, a Memorandum of Agreement was signed by the U.S. Forest Service and NACA, thus establishing a Native American arts and crafts vending project located at the scenic Oak Creek Vista Overlook. This site is off Highway 89-A, atop the switchbacks of Oak Creek Canyon.
Native Americans for Community Action, Inc. works in partnership with the Coconino National Forest to oversee vendors at the Overlook Vista and provide high quality authentic Native American crafts.
The Oak Creek Overlook Vista is visited by hundreds of people daily. Visit the Overlook Vista today to enjoy the beautiful scenery, and the authentic Native American arts and crafts! If you have questions or would like general information about the Oak Creek Overlook Vista, please contact Dorothy Gishie at (928) 526-2968 x126 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org