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Red Rock State Park

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Red Rock State Park

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Ralph D wrote a review Yesterday
Prescott, Arizona282 contributions50 helpful votes
Nice visitor center, lots of excellent trails and great views. Had a picnic and just relaxed in the beautiful red rock country.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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paws0810 wrote a review Nov 2020
Mesa, Arizona2,114 contributions255 helpful votes
Again for the second time in three years we came here. This time I had to pay the entrance fee and decided to walk a bit. I understand it’s a state park but nothing really there. Quiet few trails for non homers like us. Beautiful day but too high of a fee
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Bruce L wrote a review Oct 2020
Tucson, Arizona7 contributions5 helpful votes
We hiked the Apache Fire Loop which leads to the old 1946 Frye homestead that commands an impressive hilltop location. This hike is fairly easy (the trail has a short steep portion leading up to the abandoned house) and from the Visitor Center runs about a little over a mile in length, going through a beautiful riparian area along Oak Creek. The Visitor Center also has nice displays of the animals and geology found in the park.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Gwen C wrote a review Oct 2020
Prescott, Arizona540 contributions127 helpful votes
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This is one of the most beautiful parks I have ever visited. Miles of hiking trails for all abilities and at every turn you catch your breath and exclaim “wow” at one amazing view of the Red Rock formations after another! The old house on the park land and it’s history is so interesting as well. I love the bridge crossing Oak Creek at the start of the trails. Plan on spending at least 4 hours to take it all in. There are picnic tables by the visitor center ( closed now due to Covid-19) if you want to bring a lunch. Parts of the hiking is shaded others not so much. We went around noon on a rather warm October Day but there were enough shady stops along the trail to keep us comfortable. Bring water. Hiking shoes are better than tennis shoes due to elevation gain and loose gravel. The trails are well marked. There are benches at viewpoints. A definite must when visiting Sedona.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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TravelersVoice wrote a review Sep 2020
Conroe, Texas1,911 contributions2,879 helpful votes
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We visited this state park around 10 am on a Friday morning in mid-September. The park was not crowded at all, as we had most trails almost to ourselves. $7 per person gets you all day, repeat entry throughout the day. The visitor center will provide you great information about each trail, along with the difficulty level for each trail. Most trails are categorized as ‘easy’, with the Eagle’s Nest being the only ‘moderate’ trail. We spent about 3 hours and hiked the Coyote, Eagle’s Nest, and Javelina trails. All were hard path, some with several switchbacks. The Smoke trail is fully paved and is right along the creek. Outstanding views of Cathedral Rock, Three Sisters, Soldiers, and several other great views. Bring water and good walking shoes!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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