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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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State Park should be a must on your "Let's go to Sedona" list. If you are a photo junkie like me; late evening is awesome photography time for Cathedral Rock. The park is lovely, huge trees, with Oak Creek running through it. Many of the...More
As a state park, there is a daily admission charge of currently $7.00 per vehicle. There are nine trails located in the park that range from easy to hard and offer a variety of features. Trails range from about a half-mile up to three and...More
The rock is truly bright red - the sun creates a picture you will never forget. The entire area is filled with iron red rock. There are many trails for various level, please take water it is a desert area and very hot and dry....More
This was our second place to visit a vortex. The weather was cloudy and getting darker. No one was at the park when we arrived. We started walking toward the river and went as far as we could. There was some wild life such as...More
A large, beautiful park, with plenty of hiking trails. They even have a little museum to learn more about it in the visitor center. You can spend a lot of time here looking at nature. I was surprised to see open prairies turn into creeks,...More
Pretty barren wasteland, but oddly interesting. There are some trails that wind through half desert half grassland terrain with stunning red rock formations. This isn't the greatest place I've seen but it's pretty cool. Nearby Sedona, AZ is also a pretty cool town.
If you go here, take the hike yourself as you can complete the hike in a reasonable amount of time. I chose to do a guided tour since I was solo and hesitant about trekking by myself. The guided tour was to be 1.5 -...More
For a modest entrance fee you can visit this quiet and beautiful park. There is an interesting visitor/interpretive center with a helpful staff. This is a hiking-only park and also a pack out everything you pack in site. Nice place.
So I guess it’s a good thing that we got in for only seven dollars instead of 14. Because my husband is ex military. There was nothing there I guess unless you do hiking which we don’t do so I was very disappointed in the...More
Different parks have a range of do's and don'ts. The best thing to do is check the brochure for that particular park. If you go to the Visitor Center they can help you locate which parks are best for dogs.