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Red Rock District
Coconino National Forest

P. O. Box 20429
Sedona, AZ 86341-0429

8375 State Route 179, Sedona, Arizona
(Just south of the Village of Oak Creek)

Administrative Offices:
(928) 282-4119 or
(928) 203-7500

Visitor Information
(928) 203-2900

Forest Supervisor's Office
1824 S. Thompson St.
Flagstaff, AZ 86001

(928) 527-3600

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Day-Use Areas

Wading and fishing the cool waters of Oak Creek are the most popular forms of recreation in Oak Creek Canyon. Water is essential to life in and around the creek and to life far downstream. This high desert riparian ecosystem is very sensitive to contamination and disturbance. Human activity can have a significant effect on water quality, so please help protect this oasis in the desert: Don't Pollute The Creek!

Shoreline vegetation provides an important buffer to water sources, protecting water quality by absorbing and slowing runoff and holding soil in place. Damage to this shoreline vegetation can result in soil erosion, changing watercourses over time, contaminating water, and damaging riparian ecosystems. Protect Oak Creek: Avoid Trampling Vegetation!

BOATING & FISHING
FACILITIES
HIGHLIGHTS
Oak Creek Canyon
Developed campgrounds and picnic areas with drinking water and toilets; hiking trails. Slide Rock and Red Rock State Parks
Camping, fishing, waterplay, hiking, biking, sightseeing, wildlife viewing
Stoneman Lake
Gravel boat ramp and parking area, picnic tables and vault toilets
Boating, fishing, picnicking and wildlife viewing (3/06: No fish in this lake)
Verde River Developed Day-Use Facilities include vault toilets and picnic tables Fishing, boating, waterplay, whitewater rafting, hiking, biking, sightseeing, wildlife viewing
Wet Beaver Creek Campground, picnic area, drinking water, vault toilets, hiking trails, wildlife viewing, wilderness Fishing, camping, waterplay, hiking, sightseeing
West Clear Creek Primitive campground with vault toilets at Bullpen; hiking trails, drinking water, cooking grills, vault toilets, and group area at Clear Creek Campground Fishing, camping, waterplay, sightseeing, wildlife viewing, photography
Fossil Creek Primitive campgrounds with vault toilets, day-use areas, interpretive signs Fishing (regulated seasonally), dispersed camping, waterplay, sightseeing, wildlife viewing, photography

 

PICNIC AREAS
FEES
FACILITIES
Bootlegger Open year-round - Red Rock Pass (minimum $5.00) or any America the Beautiful or Golden Age or Access Pass Tables, cooking grills, toilets
Banjo Bill Open year-round - Red Rock Pass (minimum $5.00) or any America the Beautiful or Golden Age or Access Pass
12 sites, picnic tables and cooking grills, vault toilets
Halfway Open year-round - Red Rock Pass (minimum $5.00) or any America the Beautiful or Golden Age or Access Pass 8 sites, picnic tables and cooking grills, vault toilets
Encinoso Open year-round - Red Rock Pass (minimum $5.00) or any America the Beautiful or Golden Age or Access Pass 12 sites, picnic tables and cooking grills, vault toilets, drinking water
Slide Rock State Park
(Arizona State Parks)

(Does not honor the Federal Passes)

$20.00 Daily Entrance From the Friday before Memorial Day through the end of Labor Day: Per Vehicle (1-4 Adults)

Off Season: $10.00 per day (1-4 Adults)

$3.00 each for walk-ins, bicycle, or for over 4 in vehicle

Picnic tables, snack bar, toilets and running water
Red Rock State Park
(Arizona State Parks)

(Does not honor the Federal Passes)

$10.00 per vehicle entry fee (up to 4 people in vehicle)

$3.00 each for walk-ins, bicycle, horse, or for over 4 in vehicle

Picnic tables, drinking water, toilets
Crescent Moon Picnic Area

(Does not honor the Federal Passes)

Open year-round - $9. per vehicle (up to 5 people) walk-ins: $2.00 each. Group (up to 50) $95.00. 14 Picnic tables, cooking grills, group ramada, vault toilets
Grasshopper Point

(Does not honor the Federal Passes)

Open year-round - $8. per vehicle (up to 5 people) walk-ins: $2.00 each 3 Accessible picnic tables, vault toilets.
Call O' The Canyon (West Fork Trailhead)

(Does not honor the Federal Passes)

Open year-round - Open year-round - $ 9. per vehicle, Walk-ins per day per person: $2 6 picnic table sites; toilets; parking area for the West Fork Trail.
Huckaby Trailhead at Midgley Bridge Open year-round - Red Rock Pass (minimum $5.00) or any America the Beautiful or Golden Age or Access Pass 3 picnic tables; toilets

 

 
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U.S. Forest Service - Red Rock District, Coconino National Forest
Last Modified: Wednesday, 18 July 2012 at 13:17:50 MST