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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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We had identified the Red Rock Loop Trail of around 8 miles on various maps and apps and decided to go for it. Well that is easier said than done. The app had us arrive where there was no trail head but a piece of...More
This is a great park, very clean and quite beautiful. Well maintained with clean restrooms and marked paths. The River was raging when we were there and we followed it along a dirt trail to a pad of rocks that sat out in the water....More
We just moved to Sedona and wanted to check out the area. We signed up for an Archaeological Hike which we found very informative. The hike was not difficult which was nice for us ‘newbie hikers’. We only saw part of the park, but are...More
It's expensive to get into this park, $10 for a carload so be prepared to make a day/afternoon of it. It's a wonderful, easy mostly level hike through the woods along the river. At the end of the trail towards Cathedral Rock is an area...More
The hikes at this park are pretty flat and easy, which was perfect for us. We spent a little over an hour walking around and really enjoyed our time here. If we had more time, we definitely could have spent at least half a day...More
We met a great Park Ranger at the entrance to the park to let us know what we were going to be seeing. We thought it would be a scenic drive, but it wasn't....it was a visitor's center and a series of nice trails. Entrance...More
I didn't realize we had to pay $7 per person, I guess because I never looked at the admission fee. However, we paid and had a great time. It was funny how we could still see snow laying down but it was in the 60s....More
Well, we didn't expect to pay $10 but the view was fanatastic for Cathederal Rock. And we were on a timeline. The bathrooms do no have a sink to wash up afterwards very rustic like a campground. I would have expected more for $10.00 admission
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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.