Camping at Red Rock State Park
The Red Rock State Park does not have any camping facilities on site, but does have many exciting attractions for visitors of all ages. Amenities at the park include a Visitor’s Center, a gift shop and various interesting exhibits. The exhibits are found in the Visitor’s Center and are educational in nature. They are hands on exhibits that deal with biotic communities. In addition to the park’s exhibits, there is also a movie theatre where visitors can watch “The Natural Wonders of Sedona: Timeless Beauties.” This is a 45 minute film that discusses the wildlife and the history of Sedona. The film includes a flying tour of the park’s red rocks.
There are picnic areas available throughout the park for visitors to use. Barbecue grills can be found in the picnic areas and are free to visitors on a first come first serve basis. The Day Use Area consists of The Twin Cypress, Visitor’s Center and Habicamp Ramadas.
Five miles worth of hiking trails make Red Rock State Park the perfect way to get some exercise and have fun at the same time. The Coyote Ridge Trail connects the Apache Fire Loop and the Eagle’s Nest Loop. The park’s highest point is the Eagle’s Nest Loop, with a 300’ elevation gain.
4050 Red Rock Loop Rd
Sedona, Arizona 86336
Hours of operation are 8am-5pm, seven days a week.
The entrance fee to the park is $10.00 per car and $3 per individual