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Grand Canyon, Sedona and one more day

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We are finalizing a March trip to Grand Canyon and Sedona (Husband, me and 3 almost adult kids). We decided to fly in/out of Phoenix. We have 2 days at GC and 2-3 days in Sedona. Thought it would be fun to add a day in one of the small towns near Sedona (not too far out of the way for drive back to Phoenix).

I've heard Jerome is a cool town. Any others? Is it worth it to stay in a small town rather than drive back to Sedona?
What about Camp Verde?

Would also like to experience American Indian culture (not touristy).

Thanks!

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