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Red Rock State Park is a 286 acre nature preserve and environmental education center with stunning scenery. Trails throughout the park wind through manzanita and juniper to reach the rich banks of Oak Creek. Green meadows are framed by native...more
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Red Rock is beautiful and different every time you visit. Challenging bike trails await you - take plenty of water and a few snacks, plus sunscreen. If you don't want to ride,then drive through the park slowly and keep your camera ready.
Nice little state park. Best if you wish to hike any of the trails. Otherwise not really worth the time to drive into the parking area. A small visitor building has trinkets and general info about the park.
Visiting Red Rock State Park gave us a nice overview of the Sedona country and their are a number of hiking trails just right for the sightseers who have nothing to prove. Has an information center which was helpful. Red Rock views are nice from...More
I always heard many good things about this park. I was slightly disappointed when I visited it this past December. It is not as scenic as Red Rock Crossing but makes up for that in the many trails there are to hike. There was a...More
We took a nice scenic walk, which was a respite after a strenuous outing the day before -- just be sure to pay attention to whether the bridges are still out. We thought we were on a loop trail back to the visitor center, but...More
This was our second visit to fabulous Sedona, the red (rocks), green (much greenery) and white (snow in winter time) city. Two years ago we were driving north, from Phoenix to GC's South Rim, while this time we went south from Page.
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If you have hiked Sedona, there isn’t anything new at this park. Nice place to stroll around, have a picnic, but you are charged $$ to go in and there isn’t that much to see that you don’t see elsewhere.
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Apparently Crescent Moon is the place to do what you want. They illegally fail to honor the right to enter federal recreation areas for free with relevant passes. So we didn't enter, complained to the USFS, and so don't... More
Apparently Crescent Moon is the place to do what you want. They illegally fail to honor the right to enter federal recreation areas for free with relevant passes. So we didn't enter, complained to the USFS, and so don't know the details of where to go.