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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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A short drive from Sedona, this is a nice park to visit. It is very well kept with plenty of trails, although it was so hot we declined. The views on the drive to the visitor centre are first class. The first parking area you...More
My husband and I took our first trip to the southwest and stayed at an Airbnb in North Scottsdale. Everything about the trip was amazing and I could not get over the breath taking scenery. The 2 hour drive to Sedona was anything but boring...More
Not only is the area, positively breathtaking, but the park is well maintained too. I did Apache Fire, Bunkhouse, Eagle's Nest, Coyote Ridge, Javalina, Kisva, and Smoke today. Stopped at several benches, along my hike, to take in the beauty. Came upon 2 deer in...More
This was our 2nd time in the Sedona AZ area, and we had stayed closer to the Oak Creek area, Rt. # 179 S first time 'round. This state park is off of state route # 89A, west of town - and - well worth...More
This is the park where you can see spectacular red rock formations few million years old. The famous Cathedral amongst all other rock formations stands out. There is no entrance fees to the park and it’s easy drive in the park. Lovely galleries to shop...More
Cost is $7 per person. For a party of 4 or more, it is comparable with a National Park entry fee. The park recently underwent improvements. Added an indoor visitor center, with a souvenir shop and a few stuffed animals. Also new are paved paths...More
We drove around the Sedona area with the impressive colours in the huge red rocks and monoliths that surround the city.
As we headed south we came to the Red Rock State Park off to the left. It is a few miles in to the...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.