Red Rock State Park

Red Rock State Park


Location:5 miles southwest of Sedona on Lower Red Rock Loop Road.
Facilities:Group-use area, restrooms, picnic areas, picnic shelters, multi-use trails, visitor center, exhibits, auditorium, gift shop (é).
Activities:Hiking, birding, exhibits, Ranger-led and self-guided interpretive walks, video and slide programs.
Special Features:Park is a center for environmental education on the northern Arizona landscape. Plants and wildlife are abundant at Red Rock due to the land-based ecosystem provided by Oak Creek, which meanders throughout the park.
Address:4050 Red Rock Loop Rd
Sedona, AZ 86336

Phone:928-282-6907
Fax:928-282-5972
Web: www.pr.state.az.us/Parks/parkhtml/redrock.html
Size: 286 acres. Elevation: 3,900 feet.

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In 1991, the latest state park in Sedona became Red Rock State Park. The park is situated in Oak Creek Canyon, which is a part of the Coconino National Park.
One of the most popular hiking destinations in the area is Sedona's majestic Red Rock State Park. The park is a 286-acre preserve and environmental education center with breathtaking scenery of red rock and flowing water.
Or drive north to Sedona and gaze at the spectacular red rocks from the many trails in Red Rock State Park. For more information, visit www.azstateparks.com or call (602) 542-1993.
The 10th annual Astronomy Festival, sponsored by the Verde Valley Astronomy Club and the Sirius Lookers, will be held at Red Rock State Park outside Sedona.
Red Rock State Park. Three miles off State 89A, more geological splendor.
The Verde Valley Astronomy Club in Arizona will hold its eighth annual Astronomy Festival at Red Rock State Park, between Sedona and Cottonwood.
FIVE MILES SOUTH OF SEDONA, Arizona, the new Red Rock State Park Center for Environmental Education provides an inspiring setting for learning about the region's ecology and geology while enjoying hiking, bird-watching, and nature programs.