AMITABHA STUPA & PEACE PARK
Amitabha Stupa and Peace Park
The Amitabha Stupa and Peace Park was built and consecrated in traditional Bhuddist fashion to help bring peace and healing to the world. Filled with sacred object, mantras, prayers, medicines, and relics, the stupa is said to hold a very strong vibration of positive energy and peace that will affect and uplift all who visit.
Thousands of tourists find their way here each year from every country and denomination to pray, meditate, or simply soak up the positive emanations from the sacred site and the beautiful nature surrounding it.
It is said that the best way to make use of the energy here is to walk around the stupa three times, clockwise, while praying deeply from the heart.
There are numerous places to sit, both man-made and natural, and many side trails to be explored. Come here for renewal, healing, or simply a place of peace.
From Phoenix, take I-17 north to Hwy 179 (exit 298). Turn left onto 179 and follow it past the Village of Oak Creek to the Sedona (Burger King) “Y”. Turn left at the “Y” onto West 89A. Take this to the heart of town where there is a big light at Coffee Pot Road. Go a little farther and turn Right onto Andante Drive. Keep going, pass Sanborn Drive, then shortly you will turn left onto Pueblo Drive. The Stupa is at 2650 Pueblo Drive on the left.
Things to bring:
Bring a camera and water in the summer.
No fee. Donations are gratefully accepted.