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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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Love RR St Pk! The hikes along the river are terrific even though a couple of bridges had been washed away the week before we arrived. We took the group full moon hike with a park guide and really enjoyed it.
This was a great place to start my Sedona hiking. I was alone most of the time, which was great. There are five miles in interlocking trails. It is a "family-oriented trail system" and well marked. The Eagle's Nest Loop and the Apache Fire Loop...More
Stop by the visitor's center before heading out or after your hike. All the trails have amazing views and are well marked. Many do get very busy later in the morning and parking spaces get rare. Dress appropriately! And bring water and snacks if you...More
Picked a perfect fall day for a hike through the park, starting at the visitor center, which was very detailed, and came equipped with a board listing recent wildlife sightings. A couple of trail segments were closed but we still got to see a lot...More
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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.