ANCIENT SPRINGS RETREAT CENTER
Ancient Springs is located in the Page Springs green belt just outside of Sedona in Cornville, AZ. On 6 acres with an artesian spring, ponds, and paths to wander under tall cottonwood and sycamore trees, we welcome you to a peaceful place to be inspired in the verdant Verde Valley. We are caretakers of a very special location and look forward to sharing the land with you.
We have newly renovated and newly built accommodations for up to 17 people including an ADA bedroom and bathroom, as well as a Meeting Room, Dining Hall, and beautiful outdoor spaces on the land to gather together for your exclusive use.
As caretakers of this special land we live on the property in separate spaces and will consider your privacy with the utmost respect. Although you may see us watering the garden, doing needed maintenance, and caring for our animal friends who live on the land with us (like getting fresh eggs in the morning from our chickens for your breakfast!) your privacy will always be our priority.
The Verde Valley has an abundance of opportunities for birdwatching, hiking, visiting historic sites, and numerous other outdoor activites. You may want to explore the area or you may want to stay at the Center the whole time you are here, depending on what type of Retreat or gathering you are planning. Ancient Springs will provide you with a comfortable and nurturing environment for whatever adventure awaits you...
Home to Indios Huichol
Ancient Springs is home to Indios Huichol, a non-profit that was formed with the intention of serving the tribal and non-tribal communities, providing counseling services, educational programs, and workshops. Co-founded and directed by Rutury Temay, a traditional Wixarika (Huichol) medicine person, his goal is to offer the opportunity to experience the traditional methods of healing, ceremonies and spiritual guidance that have been practiced for centuries by his tribal people. Rutury lives at Ancient Springs and has been hosting events, workshops, and ceremonies on the land for over 30 years.
For more information about Indios Huichol and our events and workshops please visit