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Visitors Enjoy Red Rock State Park in Sedona Arizona

Red Rock State Park - entrance.One reason Sedona is such a treasure is the ease with which you can access its natural wonders. You need not be a backcountry expert, or forge rivers and boulders with a military-style vehicle, to get up close and personal with some of the country's most beautiful wilderness.

Red Rock State Park allows your average family of four in a rented sedan to access a variety of trails, Oak Creek, picnic areas, educational programs and some of Sedona's best views without so much as breaking a sweat, unless, of course, they want to.

Red Rock State Park is a 286 acre wilderness area and preserve that offers 5 miles of interconnected, family-friendly trails that travel through a variety of high-desert and riparian habitats. The most challenging only climbs 300 feet in elevation, and all are safe and well-maintained.

Cathedral Rock Still WatersFor a more leisurely day, bring a lunch and enjoy some of the lovely picnic facilities, then sit by the banks of Oak Creek and listen to the birds.

The Park has a number of education programs, including two self-guided interpretive trails where you can learn about the environment and ethno-biology. There is a year-round visitor center with trail maps, field guides, and knowledgeable staff to help you get the most out of your visit.

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Visit the Red Rock State Park website for fees and more information before you go.

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