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4050 Red Rock Loop Rd Sedona, AZ 86336
4050 Red Rock Loop RoadUSArizonaSedona86336
(928) 282-6907azstateparks.com
Park, State ParkToday 8AM–5PM
Friday 8AM–5PMSaturday 8AM–5PMSunday 8AM–5PMMonday 8AM–5PMTuesday 8AM–5PMWednesday 8AM–5PMThursday 8AM–5PM
Red Rock State Park is open 7 days a week from 8 am – 5 pm. Last entry at 4:30 pm. The Visitor Center is open 9 am – 4:30 pm daily. The mission of the park is to preserve the riparian habitat associated with Oak Creek; to serve as an environmental education facility; and to provide limited passive recreational opportunities.
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Nature preserve with lots of trails plus views of the Sedona area & surrounding red rock formations.- Google
"The visitor center offers several learning stations for little children."
"We were very dissapointed with this state park."
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Tim Staunton
2 months ago
This lush valley is well worth a visit. It's an oasis in the desert. You'll experience pleasant walking trails and bright colours, from the rock formations to the cypress trees and many other plants. There was a constant sound of crickets, an unexpected pleasure in the middle of the day. Our kids found the walking easy, and were delighted when they found a large beetle ambling along the path. There's plenty of shade. One more thing - we bought a selfie stick in the gift shop, which worked for a few hours. By the time it died we were miles away, and had to catch a plane. We sent an email to the gift shop program manager, who graciously refunded us without requiring us to return the selfie stick. Thank you!
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Amber Gwinnup
4 months ago
Loved the walk, scenic views, hummingbird corner and more. Only negative was not notified before getting on trail of a mid trail closure, had to walk further on ill prepared with two children. We survived but would have been nice to be informed before hand.
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Steven Asin
a year ago
My wife and I arrived just after the park opened. It was early October, the temperature was in the low 70s, and the sky The park staff were welcoming and helpful. We went on a guided nature hike (about 2 or 3 miles) with a very well informed guide. He was very laid back, and almost every few feet pointed out everything from ants clearing an area and carrying food to their nest, to interesting facts about the trees we passed, including how Native Americans made use of the different plants. This is a relatively new park, the people who work there care very much about the beauty it contains and its history.
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William Jones
5 months ago
A Beautiful place just breath taking to see!
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Joseph Kasal
a month ago
Didn't know what to expect but had a great time. The trails are great for families and we happened to see 3 dear eating and being deer as if we weren't even there.
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Nathan Brubaker
2 months ago
Great hiking trails with wonderful views. $5 per person when driving in and $3 for walking. It is also much more low key than the grand canyon.
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ShaNice Stokes
3 months ago
Beautiful scenery. Breathe taking view of the mountains
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J. Miller
a year ago
have been coming here for 25 years now and although i am in New York now, every time i get to Arizona, this is a must see/visit for it's serene and natural beauty.!! if your going to the Grand Canyon from Phoenix you have to check this out as an appetizer to the canyon...bring a camera and snap away, your going to need a big memory card from all of the photos your going to find yourself snapping..

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