Our first crowd-funding campaign, in partnership with Jeffrey Lehmann's Weekend Explorer TV Series, was to make an episode on the Red Rock Scenic Byway. It didn't work out although we did reach over 50% of our goal. But when you don't succeed, you learn from it -- and you do it better next time!
The Emmy-winning Weekend Explorer TV Series' goal was to share the wonders of our National Parks and National Scenic Byways with a nationwide and international audience; their programs are provided free to PBS stations nationwide and around the world. There has been a large decline over the last 20 years of Americans visiting National Parks; Jeffrey Lehmann strongly believes we need to shine a light one of America's greatest natural resources -- our nationwide parks and scenic byway system.
Thank you to all that donated to this campaign; by now you've been contacted that your contribution has been refunded. We will regroup, learn from our mistakes, and try again in 2014. With your continued support, we will ultimately succeed!
In 2005, Red Rock Scenic Byway was chosen by the U.S. Department of Transporation to be Arizona's first All-American Road, which means it is a national "destination unto itself." The Byway is a destination you will not only want to drive -- but stop, stroll, hike, bike, golf, shop, dine, stay -- and enjoy!
The Byway winds through the charming Village of Oak Creek (the historic name on some maps is "Big Park") and is home to three of Sedona's finest golf courses and two of its most famous and beautiful Vortexes -- Bell Rock and Cathedral Rock!
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Red Rock Scenic Byway
Village of Oak Creek & Sedona, AZ
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