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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
All reviews visitor center eagles nest coyote ridge entry fee hiking trails mule deer full moon the loop great trails picnic lunch beautiful scenery gift shop easy hike beautiful area sedona area worth the trip short hike
great drive with lots of beautiful views, not easy to find so use your Sat nav to find the turn off to the drive. there were a couple of parks to walk through down by Oak |Park Creek. These parks are run by the state...More
Wow! scenery to reach the park. Friendly staff and interesting exhibit at the visitor center.
Easy to walk trails. We drove the circle (loop) after visiting the park for more gorgeous views. Visited on December (mild snow).
A good intro to red rock hiking. Trails are fairly easy and well marked. Didn’t see much wildlife but saw tracks. Nice film in the visitor center. Not crowded with plenty of parking unlike mont Sedona trails.
Well this is why we were there. seriously cool watch out on the drive in or out on the 179 if icy. the road rides up and down a cliff for quite a while is S shaped roads. was actually a fun adventure but a...More
I've seen photos all my life of the Red Rocks of Sedona, and having the opportunity to walk and cycle around them was amazing. My husband, 16 year old son and I rented dirt bikes and spent the afternoon exploring around the rocks. Tips -...More
We went to the park while briefly in Sedona. Nice trails. Nice views. The red rocks look stunning. Unfortunately it was cloudy when we went there. I am sure that in a sunny day the rock formations would look even better. We decided also to...More
We were excited to visit this and support an Arizona state park (being out of staters). The man at the gate was extremely friendly and welcoming. The woman inside working the information desk was not. We enquirer about the various hikes and all she really...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.