- Enjoy hiking and wildlife sighting along the trails in scenic Oak Creek Canyon.
- Bring the family to one of Oak Creek’s picnic areas to eat, relax, swim, explore.
- Enjoy fishing and swimming in the serene clear waters of Oak Creek.
What can I see and do at Oak Creek?
- Trails: Enjoy hiking and wildlife watching on the trails that meander along the lively banks of Oak Creek and up Oak Creek Canyon.
Trails: Huckaby, Allens Bend, Casner Canyon, Baldwin, West Fork.
- Day Use Picnic Areas: All along Oak Creek you will find day use areas that are wonderful little spots to stop, have lunch, swim, and enjoy nearby trails.
Picnic Areas: Banjo Bill, Halfway, Encinoso, Grasshopper, Crescent Moon.
- Swimming & Fishing: Clear spring water flowing through crimson walls and rock formations make for an enjoyable site to fish and swim. The Arizona Game and Fish Department usually stocks the creek up in the canyon near campgrounds and designated recreation areas.
Where is Oak Creek?
Oak Creek flows from the north of Sedona, just near the Rim, all the way through Oak Creek Canyon and then west until is meets with the Verde River.
How much does Oak Creek cost?
If you plan to park a vehicle at any of the trailheads or day use recreation areas you will need a Red Rock Pass. Passes can be purchased at the Red Rock Ranger District.
- Day Pass: $5
- Week Pass: $10
- Year Pass: $20
Who can I call if I have more questions?