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Red Rock State Park, Sedona
(4.5/5 based on 1,000+ reviews on the web)
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 vegetation and hills of red rock. The creek meanders through the park, creating a diverse riparian habitat abounding with plants and wildlife. This riparian habitat provides the setting and the opportunity for the park to offer a focus on environmental education.
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  • Red Rock State Park is a beautiful park a few miles west of downtown Sedona. It was closed a few years ago due to state budget cuts but fortunately it is open again to the public. There is an entrance...  more »
  • The park has many trails, so you can choose according to your physical fitness. I would recommend Eagles Nest trail if you are young or if you are older in good condition. 
  • We drove all over Sedona & looked at all the red rocks - just breathtaking. The weather was perfect. We made many new memories. 
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  • Nice place especially the trails off the Creek. Beautiful views and Vistas. Only thing is it was very pricey to get in there. The charge of $7 per person is excessive. Our total car group paid $43 to enter. I certainly did not like that.
  • There was a charge of $7 per adult, I believe, for parking. The visitor center has maps, snacks, drinks, and a small museum-like exhibit. The employees there are very nice and welcoming. The hike is quite easy, just make sure to bring water and follow the trail paths. I had some trouble figuring out which way was which on the trail. You get some good views here and there.
  • This is the red rock we drove to Sedona to see. Don't forget to bring your hiking boots, water and long pants. Be careful of the ants and other bugs, they bite! That aside, the trails are well cut out and beautiful to hike!
  • Wished we lived closer, but are grateful we could spend some time in this beautiful park. More hiking trails in the area that would take you months to explore and never do one twice.
  • If not for the trees, you would end up thinking that you are on a different planet seeing all those rock formations in red color. Stunning views,breathtaking formations and it only gets better at sunset with all the color variations in the sky. I am not sure if the pictures I am posting here are from Red Rock State park or some other place but we stopped to click these pics when we were driving around in Sedon,AZ.