Page Springs is a uniquley calm and quiet community located near Cornville, inbetween Sedona and Cottonwood, directly on Oak Creek. The town is embedded into 2,000 acres of National Forest. It is considered by many residents to be Arizona's diamond in the dust, with a feel that is reminiscent of Sedona's early days.
When you leave Highway 89A heading to Page Springs, you'll discover the beauty of the nearby stream and forest. Rare species of fish and birds are abound in the area, with the largest state-run hatchery, Bubbling Pong Hatchery, located right next to the community with a mission of stopping the extinction of many species of fresh water fish. Page Springs is also home to wineries producing great wine here in Arizona.
The community is also home to several restaurants including the titular Page Springs Restaurant, a family-owned center of activity.
If you've always wanted to live in nature, Page Springs is the perfect mix of society and natural beauty, with easy access to the best of both worlds. You can go bird-watching one day and on a shopping spree in the nearby Cottonwood the next. Page Springs is also a great investment with land prices appreciating yearly.