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Red Rock State Park, Sedona

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State Park · Wildlife Area
Red Rock State Park is a state park of Arizona, USA, featuring a red sandstone canyon outside the city of Sedona. The main mission of this day-use park is the preservation of the riparian habitat along Oak Creek. Red Rock State Park serves as an environmental education facility for the public and for school or private groups, and provides limited passive recreational opportunities.
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  • Again for the second time in three years we came here. This time I had to pay the entrance fee and decided to walk a bit. I understand it’s a state park but nothing really there. Quiet few trails.....  more »
  • We hiked the Apache Fire Loop which leads to the old 1946 Frye homestead that commands an impressive hilltop location. This hike is fairly easy (the trail has a short steep portion leading up to the....  more »
  • This is one of the most beautiful parks I have ever visited. Miles of hiking trails for all abilities and at every turn you catch your breath and exclaim “wow” at one amazing view of the Red Rock...  more »
  • One our first day in Red Rock Country we came to the park for the 10 AM Nature Walk. Our guide Barry could not have been more informative on so many topics, from the geology and history of the region to the various flora and fauna and uses of by Native Americans. The scenery was attractive and we enjoyed the walk down to the shade of Oak Creek. I would recommend this to anyone who would like to learn more about the area. The visitor’s center is lovely with informative exhibits and a hummingbird garden out the back.
  • Great little State Park, hilly trails with lots of shade by the stream. There's a great old house you've got to climb to get to, but the view from the house is worth the walk. The visitors center in this place has an enormously dedicated staff. Flowers, trees and animals native to the park are fully cateloged in easy to read binders. The wall displays are very informative. Someone(s) really did terrific work. The park ranger was very pleasant and engaging.
  • The spirit of peace, grace, and relaxing energy are in ample supply here. Most of the trails here are well maintained and require modest strength, flexibility, and energy. There are great picture opportunities every few step you take. Lots of great views of the sky, rocks, plants, and waters running around. Enjoy!
  • I loved the breathtaking scenery. Went hiking there and the feeling of peace was so pervasive. I just closed my eyes and listened to the sound of the water rushing over the rocks and I was transported to my happy place. Please go there so you can experience the peace for yourself!
  • The right place to visit the Red Rock, and play water in the river is Red Rock Crossing, not in the state park. If you want to play water, or take a hike on trail of the Red Rock, you go to the wrong place. Red Rock State Park has a name only, no Red Rock Mountains in the park. Not only me but some other friends were misled to the park with disappointment.

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