To help Red Rock State Park sustain and expand its role as a vital resource for Environmental and Cultural Education, as a model of riparian habitat preservation, and as a location for environmentally sensitive recreation.
The 286-acre nature preserve houses green meadows, juniper, manzanita, abundant wildlife, and perennial Oak Creek, creating a diverse landscape unlike any other. Let the striking red dirt, rock formations, and cliff facings inspire you, as it has done for generations.
The park offers a variety of special programs for school groups and private groups. Check with the Visitor Center for daily and weekly park events, including hikes and nature programs.
What’s Happening? Group events & park activities calendar. Learn more
We invite you to learn more about the park, explore hiking trails and maps, take a bird watching tour, discover the area’s wildlife and learn about the geology of the Sedona area.
The Benefactors of RRSP recently funded a twenty-minute movie about Red Rock State Park. This is the same film that is now shown at the park’s theatre. Please enjoy this informational presentation.