Red Rock State Park
With its stunning greenery, wildlife, and the cool water of Oak Creek, no place better captures the full range of Sedona’s beauty than this 286-acre nature preserve.
Hiking Distance: Pick up a map of the trails at the visitor center. Various trails from easy to moderate with many overlooks.
Viewing Tip: This is a “carry in-carry out” park, which means there are no trash cans on site. No pets are allowed in the park. Park fee required.
Driving Directions: From the Visitor Center, 331 Forest Road, turn right on 89A for 5.7 miles to Lower Red Rock Loop Road. Turn left for 3.0 miles to the park entrance.
Amenities: Daily guided hikes, twice weekly bird walks, hummingbird and butterfly garden, Junior Ranger program for kids up to 6 years. For more information go to Red Rock State Park.