Sedona Arizona Campgrounds

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Camping in Sedona is one of the best ways to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the outdoors. All of the Sedona campgrounds are located near Oak Creek and offer a variety of fun outdoor activities such as fishing, swimming, hiking, photography, wildlife watching, and more.

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Where can I find great campsites near Sedona?

Cave Springs Campground
Enjoy overnight camping, fishing, swimming, hiking, and the beautiful scenery at this creek side campground. There are 11 sites available for reservations but the rest of the campsites are first come first serve. 

  • Location: From Sedona, drive 12 miles north on Hwy 89a, campground is located on the west side of the highway. 
  • Season: Open mid March to mid October 
  • Cost: $22 per night (8 people per site) and $10 per additional vehicle. Make Reservations Online.
  • Services: coin operated showers, tables, fire pits, cooking grills, vault toilets, drinking water, firewood for sale. 
  • Phone: Additional information (928) 282-4119, Reservations (877) 444-6777

Manzanita Campground
Located on the banks of Oak Creek near Slide Rock State Park, Manzanita Campground is perfect for swimming, fishing, hiking, and exploring. Only a few sites are available for reservation, the rest are first come first serve. 

  • Location: From Sedona, drive 6 miles north on Hwy 89a, campground is located on the east side of the highway. 
  • Season: Open year-round 
  • Cost: $22 per night (8 people per site). Make Reservations Online.
  • Services: Tables, fire pits, cooking grills, vault toilets, drinking water, firewood for sale. 
  • Phone: Additional information (928) 282-4119, Reservations (877) 444-6777

Pine Flat Campground
In the heart of scenic Oak Creek Canyon, Pine Flat is great for fishing, swimming, hiking, and bird watching. Located in between Flagstaff and Sedona, it is the perfect base point to explore either area. 

  • Location: From Sedona drive 13 miles north on Hwy 89a, campground is located on the west side of the highway. 
  • Season: Open March- Mid November 
  • Cost: $22 per night (8 people per site) and $10 per additional vehicle. Make Reservations Online.
  • Services: Tables, fire pits, cooking grills, vault toilets, drinking water, firewood for sale, guest are welcome to use coin operated showers at Cave Springs Campground (1 mile south of Pine Flat). 
  • Phone: Additional information (928) 282-4119, Reservations (877) 444-6777

Chavez Crossing Group Campground
Located near Oak Creek, just a stone’s throw away from the town of Sedona, Chavez Crossing offers the same outdoor ambiance and beautiful scenery as the other campgrounds and an opportunity to enjoy the shops, galleries, dining, and entertainment Sedona has to offer. Reservations are required at least 3 days in advance. 

  • Location: From Sedona at the intersection of Hwy 179 and Hwy 89a, drive 2 miles east on Hwy 179, turn right on Oak Creek Cliffs Drive. 
  • Season: Open year-round 
  • Cost: $80 per night for 10 min-30 max person site, $100 per night for 10 min- 50 max person site, $200 per night for entire campground with 25 min- 110 max people.  Reserve Online.
  • Services: Tables, fire pits, cooking grills, vault toilets, drinking water. 
  • Phone: Additional information (928) 282-4119, Reservations (877) 444-6777

Dispersed/Primitive Camping
Self sufficient campers and RVers are allowed to set up camp in a couple of areas near Sedona. Remember to pack out all of your trash. 

  • Forest Service Road 525: Just west of town, follow signs out Dry Creek Road and turn left on Boynton Road. This road turns into FS 525 and eventually meets back up with 89A. There are a few places in this area that do not allow overnight camping. Make sure to obey any signs. There are plenty of primitive camping areas a little ways out this dirt road. 
  • Beaver Flats Road: Drive south of town on 179 and turn right onto Beaver Flats Road. A few turnoffs from this road lead to primitive camping areas.

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