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Red Rock State Park Tours

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Red Rock State Park
With views of ruddy cliffs everywhere you look, Red Rock State Park is a sight to behold. Trails slice through this 286-acre (116-hectare) nature preserve, winding through manzanita juniper shrubs toward the banks of Oak Creek. The visitor center offers numerous daily activities for guests, including nature walks and naturalist activities.

The Basics
The famous red rock scenery of Sedona is at its best within the bounds of this popular state park—a perfect place to enjoy Arizona's scenic natural beauty. While Sedona is a popular getaway in its own right, many travelers choose to visit Red Rock State Park on a day trip from Phoenix. A typical Jeep tour through the area will include the park, as well as Chapel of the Holy Cross and Bell Rock. Some itineraries also take visitors to Montezuma Castle or Tuzigoot national monuments.

Things to Know Before You Go
  • Red Rock State Park is a must-see for outdoor enthusiasts and adventure travelers.
  • Don’t forget to bring sun protection; the high desert sun can be intense, even in winter.
  • Wear comfortable shoes suitable for walking over uneven surfaces.
  • Handicap accessible restrooms can be found at the Visitor Center and Twin Cypress group use area.

How to Get There
The Red Rock State Park is located on the western end of Sedona and is about one hour south of Flagstaff. The easiest way to visit is to join a guided tour from Sedona or Phoenix or drive yourself.

When to Get There
The park is open daily throughout the year, with extended hours during the summer months (mid May to late August). The best time to visit is in spring (March to May) when temperatures are warm but not baking and desert wildflowers are in bloom.

Trails of Red Rock State Park
This state park’s trail system comprises 10 developed trails covering some five miles (eight kilometers). The Eagle’s Nest Loop takes visitors to the highest point in the park, while the Javelina Trail passes through serene piñon and juniper woodlands. Those looking for a longer hike can tackle the Lime Kiln Trail, a 15-mile (24-kilometer) shared-use trail connecting Red Rock State Park to nearby Dead Horse Ranch State Park.
Address: 4050 Red Rock Loop Road, Sedona 86336, USA
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Sedona Spirit Journey and Vortex ToursCultural Tours

Sedona Spirit Journey and Vortex Tours

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Long considered a place for healing, the Sedona red rocks are believed by many to have strong spiritual powers. This spiritual journey through the red rocks introduces you to the stories and legends behind Sedona’s spiritual appeal, and helps you connect to the area’s strong energy on a deeply personal level. Each tour is uniquely catered to match the needs of the participants, so no two are exactly the same.
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Sedona Stargazing and UFO Night TourPrivate and Luxury

Sedona Stargazing and UFO Night Tour

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Are you ready to experience anomalies in the night sky above Sedona's famous Mesas? This tour is truly unique from any other! See UFO's (unidentified craft) powering up in the sky, move in random and unusual formations, landing on far-off mountains. You will be educated as to what you will see in the starry sky. Utilizing 3rd generation, custom military night goggles you have over 1 hour of viewing time. Witness billions of stars and many constellations as well as occasional sightings of Andromeda. You will see so much more in the night sky that you can even imagine!
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Goddess GatheringHiking

Goddess Gathering

Connect with other Goddesses on the red rocks in Sedona to empower the Divine Feminine within. We will create sacred ceremony using sound healing, crystals, and sage smudging to open the space. Kim will then lead you through a powerful practice with your desires and intentions in mind while honoring you and your group needs. Great for Bachelorette Parties!
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Empowering the Divine Feminine & Sacred MasculineHiking

Empowering the Divine Feminine & Sacred Masculine

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Tap in to an endless source of creative power and potential and experience more passion and joy in your life. Be present and engaged in your body so you can be seen and heard in the way you want, earning the respect and recognition you deserve. Great for Bachelorette Parties!
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Creative Soul of Sedona Scavenger HuntSelf-guided Tours & Rentals

Creative Soul of Sedona Scavenger Hunt

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Adventure lovers get ready for a non traditional IMMERSIVE scavenger/detective hunt! This fun and challenging journey through Sedona is a creative challenge, social experiment and detective hunt for history and art clues! Your 2 hour creative adventure is through colorful Sedona, doing creative missions as you go. You will be getting photo and video clues and learning about the rich history of Sedona as you go. The sky is the limit as far as the creativity you bring to this adventure.
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