Where are the Red Rock Pass Vending Machines?
When you go for a hike in Sedona and park your vehicle at a trailhead parking area, you will most likely need a Red Rock Pass. If you are unsure if you need one, check out our article about the Red Rock Pass program and how it works at Sedona Red Rock Pass Information.
Here is a list of the Sedona trails and locations where you can purchase your Red Rock Pass using an onsite vending machine. Red Rock Passes are $5 a day, $15 for the week or $20 for the year.
For more specific information about the Red Rock Pass Program, visit the Coconino National Forest website at http://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/coconino/recreation/?cid=stelprdb5416207
Banjo Bill Picnic Area
Bell Rock Pathway Parking
Bootlegger Picnic Area
Boynton Canyon Trailhead
Cathedral Rock Trailhead
Doe Mountain/Bear Mountain Trailhead
Encinoso Picnic Area
Halfway Picnic Area
Honanki Heritage Site
Indian Gardens Visitor Center in Oak Creek Canyon
Jim Thompson Trailhead
Little Horse Trailhead
Midgley Bridge Observation Site
Palatki Heritage Site
Red Rock Ranger District Visitor Center
V Bar V Heritage Site
Where can I buy a Red Rock Pass in Person?
If you would like to purchase the pass beforehand, check out the Sedona Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center in Uptown Sedona, the Ranger Stations or at local hotels and businesses around Sedona. If you have an America the Beautiful Interagency Pass, Golden Age Pass or the Golden Access Pass, purchasing a Red Rock Pass is probably not necessary, but check with the Red Rock Ranger Station to make sure.