Sedona Arizona Red Rock Country

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Red Rock Country

Red rock pinnacles, mesas, and canyons characterize the otherworldly landscape of Sedona’s Red Rock Country. Enjoy hiking, biking, scenic drives, swimming, fishing, and exploring in this colorful wilderness playground.

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What can I do/see in Red Rock Country?

There are a number of sites to see and adventures to have while visiting Red Rock Country. 

  • Take a guided tour to see all of Sedona’s famous red rock formations. 
  • With over 200 miles trails to explore, you’ll have endless routes to go hiking, biking, and horseback riding. 
  • Go on an off road adventure through Sedona’s rugged backcountry. 
  • Fish, swim, and play in the pristine waters of Oak Creek. 
  • Discover ancient Indian ruins and rock art at one of Sedona’s heritage sites. 
  • Explore well-known vortex sites, and let the energy uplift your soul. 
  • Take a scenic drive through Oak Creek Canyon, up Airport Mesa, or Red Rock Loop. 
  • Sleep under the stars and enjoy the peaceful sounds and smells of nature while camping in Oak Creek Canyon. 
  • Take an air tour of Sedona to get a birds eye view of this magical landscape. 
  • Don’t forget to catch an epic Sedona sunset, or two, or three!

Where is Red Rock Country?

Red Rock Country is a part of the Coconino National Forest and includes all of Sedona, Village of Oak Creek, Oak Creek Canyon, and the surrounding wilderness areas.

When is Red Rock Country open?

Trails, facilities, and recreation areas in Red Rock Country are open all year-round.

How much does Red Rock Country Cross?

A Red Rock Pass is required to park at any of the recreation areas or trailheads in Red Rock Country. Passes can be purchased at the Red Rock Ranger District, in town, or at one of the automated machines often found at trailheads.

  • Day pass- $5 of
  • Week pass- $15
  • Year pass- $20

Who can I call if I have more questions?

(928) 282-4119

Other Red Rock Country Resources

Red Rock Country

Red Rock Country manages and encourages visitors to explore the Coconino National Forest.