Red Rock State Park, Arizona

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Red Rock State Park

Red Rock State Park, Sedona’s 286-acre nature preserve, is a place for visitors to explore, admire, and learn about Red Rock Country.

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  • Explore Sedona’s nature preserve and learn about geology, plants, and wildlife. 
  • Take a guided nature walk or full moon hike to learn more about the park. 
  • Explore trails that flow alongside Oak Creek and climb high to red rock vistas.
  • Find Nearby Campgrounds

What can I do/see at Red Rock State Park?

There are a number of trails that weave throughout the park, providing you with breathtaking views of the Sedona’s landscape and intimate looks into the riparian habitat of Oak Creek.

The park also hosts a number of regular programs for visitors to learn and enjoy. From guided nature walks, to moonlight hikes, to presentations, and activities, there are a number of ways to enjoy the wonder and beauty of Red Rock State Park.

  • Guided Nature Walk: 10am every day. 
  • Daily Activity (speaker, presentation, nature-walk, etc): 2pm every day. 
  • Bird Walks: Wednesday and Saturday at 8 am
  • Full Moon Hike: April-October, start time varies.

Where is Red Rock State Park?

Red Rock State Park is located in west Sedona. From the intersection of Hwy 89a and Hwy 179, drive west on Hwy 89a. Turn left onto Upper Red Rock Loop Rd. After 2.7 miles, turn right onto Red Rock Loop Rd. Continue onto Some Trail Ln where you will enter the park.

When is Red Rock State Park open?

The park is open year round, 7 days a week, 8am-5pm.

How much does Red Rock State Park cost?

  • Adult (14 ): $7
  • Youth (Ages 7–13): $4
  • Child (Ages 0–6): Free

Who can I call if I have more questions?

Call (928) 282-6907 or visit their website.