Sedona, Arizona is home to two Arizona State Parks, Red Rock State Park and Slide Rock State Park. Both State Parks are open all year long.
Red Rock State Park
Red Rock State Park is an educational center located on the banks of beautiful Oak Creek in Sedona, Arizona. Red Rock State Park offers picnic areas, ramadas, viewpoints and wildlife viewing including birds, deer and javelina. There are five miles of hiking trails of varying levels including The Eagle’s Nest Loop and the Apache Fire Loop. There are guided nature walks every morning starting at 10:00am. Scheduled hikes about geology, birds, archaeology and ethnobotany occur at different times of the month. Begin your visit in the Miller Visitor Center. See exhibits, watch a movie in the theater or visit the gift shop.
Red Rock State Park is open all year. The Park opens at 8:00am and closing time varies by season. Park admission is $7.00 for adults, $4 for children 7-13 and kids under 6 are free. Red Rock State Park does not allow swimming or pets.
Red Rock State Park is located at 4050 Red Rock Loop Road in Sedona. For more information, visit the Arizona State Parks website at http://azstateparks.com/red-rock
Slide Rock State Park
Slide Rock State Park is one of the most popular state parks in Arizona. Slide Rock State Park is located in Oak Creek Canyon and features an 80 foot natural rock waterslide. The State Park offers swimming, fishing, picnic areas, wild life viewing and hiking trails. Enjoy hiking the Clifftop Nature Trail or tour the Pendley Homestead to see the house, apple orchards, and the apple packing barn. You’ll also find a gift shop for snacks, water and souvenirs. Since Slide Rock is so popular, parking is limited. Carpooling is suggested. Park hours and entrance fees vary by season.
Slide Rock State Park is located at 6871 North State Route 89A, in beautiful Oak Creek Canyon, just north of Sedona, Arizona. For more information about Slide Rock State Park, visit the Arizona State Parks website at http://azstateparks.com/slide-rock
Information that may interest you.
Not only can you take a hike in Sedona, but you can also take a Sunday drive any day of the week. Click here for more information about the best scenic drives Sedona has to offer.
One of the most iconic spots in Sedona is the Chapel of the Holy Cross. Find out more information about this place on the historic registration. View more information by clicking here.
See Sedona’s majestic red rocks from the sky in a hot air balloon. Click here to find more information about the hot air balloon tour companies.
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