Red Rock State Park
With stunning views of soaring, deep red cliffs everywhere you look, Red Rock State Park is truly a sight for sore eyes. Trails slice through this 286-acre nature preserve, winding through manzanita juniper and eventually leading to the banks of Oak Creek. The creek crawls its way through the park, creating the rich setting of abundant vegetation and diverse wildlife.
An afternoon spent hiking along the park's copious trails is the perfect way to enjoy Arizona's scenic natural beauty. The park's visitor center offers numerous daily activities for guests, including bird walks, nature walks, and various naturalist activities. Anyone who considers themselves a lover of the great outdoors will definitely want to make a stop by Red Rock State Park to see the gorgeous diversity in landscape and wildlife that the desert has to offer.
The Red Rock State Park is located on the western end of Sedona and is about one hour south of Flagstaff.
Tours & Tickets
See Sedona's most popular natural landmarks on this deluxe 35-minute helicopter tour of Red Rock Country! On your helicopter flight, soar south from the Sedona ... Read more
Duration: 35 minutes (approx.)
At just 15 minutes, this helicopter tour allows you to get a quick taste of the Sedona area’s famous red rock formations and stunning attractions. You’ll fly ... Read more
Duration: 15 minutes (approx.)
On this 25-minute helicopter tour from Sedona, see the region’s mountain highlights and ancient attractions. Fly over the Red Rock-Secret Mountain Wilderness ... Read more
Duration: 25 minutes (approx.)