The Village of Oakcreek Association (VOCA) is located in Yavapai County in the unincorporated Village of Oak Creek, 7 miles south of Sedona, Arizona, and 110 miles north of Phoenix, Arizona. Surrounded by spectacular red rock formations, pinon pine and juniper forests, the community offers a beautiful 18-hole Championship Golf Course designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. and Jr., a bistro-style restaurant, recreational facilities including courts for Tennis and Pickleball, a children's playground, lending library, and banquet facilities. Close by are multiple hiking trails providing easy access to wilderness areas within Coconino National Forest.
VOCA was created in 1975 by homeowners and lot owners who banded together to form a Home Owners Association. These intrepid owners raised $500,000 and purchased the almost-foreclosed golf course and other amenities and property from the original developer. In 1975 when VOCA was formed, 150-200 families lived within the original development and about 1300 lots had been sold (among a total of about 1900 lots). Today there are 25 subdivisions with 2340 lots within VOCA.