Great to swim in during the summer. Too cold for a dip in October, however we enjoyed walking on the long flat rock outcroppings on the south side of the river.
It was fun to watch kids play on Slide Rock. However, just for a short visit at end of the day, I felt that the $10 fee was high. For family & all day fun... it would be a great price.
Stop at the park if you are traveling along Rt, 89A. Admission is charged, but you can pack a picnic lunch and walk the trails. If it is hot, bring a bathing suit and venture down to the creek to slide the rocks!
Amazing! Yes this place can be dangerous and you have to be really careful on the slippy rocks but my goodness it's so much fun!! A must do if in the area! Loved it!
It was a beautiful drive up Oak Creek Canyon from Sedona to Slide Rock State Park. We had clear, blue skies and lots of light; the red rocks were glowing. We paid the $10 entry fee and rolled into the parking lot at 10:00 AM. Not crowded at all when we arrived. The map we were given listed three short... More
If I didn't have my cousin with me who knew the area, I may have missed this gem. When we pulled over for Slide Rock, I was curious where we were going. But as we hiked down in to the red smooth rocks with the towering rocks above us and the clear cold water flowing around us...I felt I had... More
My mother in law recommended this spot and it was great! There is an old apple farm on the property and you can stop in the store to get some. The water area was beautiful and there were people in the water even though the water was cold!
My sons and I decided to go here after hearing other people at the hotel talking about it. We were going to spend the day at the pool but went here instead for a few hours. The water was nice and cold....very refreshing on a hot day. We went down the rocks, my sons jumped off of the cliff. It... More
Well, you can easily see why this park is loved and crowded. So what? It's big enough to share, so go for it. I've never been in the water, but it must be a blast. Spectacular red rock formations and riverbed make this a "must see."
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