visitor centers' welcome you to Red Rock
Gateway Visitors Centers are operated jointly by the Forest
Service, Sedona - Oak Creek Canyon Chamber of Commerce, and the Arizona
Natural History Association. Each center offers comprehensive information
and conservation education services. Red Rock Passes and Golden Series
Passports are sold at these visitor centers. Knowledgeable staff,
educational exhibits, and colorful publications are all available
to help you discover Red Rock Country.
Accomplishments of the
Red Rock District
The district has prepared an annual report of accomplishments presented here in .pdf format.
FY 2004 - Completed the Honanki Loop!
FY 2005 - 455, 513 Visitor Contacts!
FY 2006 - Bell Rock Pathway Rehabilitation Project
FY 2007 - Oct. 1, 2006 through March 31, 2007
FY 2007 - October 2006 through September 2007
Recreational Fee Program Summary for FY 2007, Forest wide
Recreational Fee Program Summary for FY 2008
Recreational Fee Program Summary for FY 2009
Recreatilonal Fee Program Summary for FY 2010
Recreatilonal Fee Program Summary for FY 2011
A comprehensive audio tour for downloading containing two formats for burning to CD or your MP3 Player
At the top end of Oak Creek Canyon with a beautiful view of the canyon. Most summer days, Native American will be here displaying their wares.
Coconino Forest and Sedona-Oak Creek Canyon Chamber of Commerce share visitor responsibilites at this location.
Coconino Forest and Arizona Natural History Associan have a nice visitor center at our new District Office at 8375 State Route 179, Sedona, Arizona
(Just south of the Village of Oak Creek)