Mission Statement

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.

Bruce Babbitt Outdoor Classroom

Bruce Babbitt Outdoor Classroom at Red Rock State Park

Bruce Babbitt

The Benefactors and employees of Red Rock State Park have completed the new Bruce Babbitt Outdoor Classroom. A dedication plaque will be forthcoming. Thank you to all who have donated funds and time to this much-needed project.


Benefactors’ activities are 100% supported by your contributions. All tax-deductible donations you make will have a direct positive impact on our ability to enhance the educational programs and activities at Red Rock State Park.

Sedona, AZ