Facilities available at Red Rock State Park.
Sorry, pets are not allowed at this conservation park.
Visitor Center/Park Store
Red Rock’s Miller Visitor Center includes exhibits and a park store. Inquire about the Junior Ranger program available for children ages 4–12. Movies in the Theater play on a continuous loop. These movies focus on the Sedona area and are titled “The natural wonders of Sedona” and “Oak Creek Loved to Death.” These films include tons of area information including Sedona history and wildlife and take visitors on a flying tour of the red rocks providing them with some phenomenal aerial scenes. Movie presentations are occasionally preempted by special events so check with park staff upon your arrival.
A gift shop is located inside the Visitor Center and offers a wide selection of souvenirs, including t-shirts, magnets, walking sticks, books, maps, and postcards that highlight the Sedona area. Beverages and snacks are also for sale.
There are a variety of educational opportunities found in the Miller Visitor Center. Hands-on exhibits are based on the theme of localized biotic communities and really help visitors understand the area before they experience it. The interpretive panels in the exhibit area bring the variety of habitats found within the park to life right before your eyes. You will also find information on the early human inhabitants of the area as well as roving displays showing a wide selection of the park’s wildlife.
Group: Day Use Areas (Currently Closed)
All group areas are available for public use on a first-come, first-served basis, when not currently reserved. Reservations may be made up to six months in advance, except for wedding reservations, which can be made up to 12 months in advance. All reservations require a non-refundable $25.00 reservation fee. Please email Park Manager Heidi Erickson to reserve a day-use area. Payment must be received at least 30 days in advance to secure the reservation and fees are non-refundable. Vehicle entrance fees still apply.
Picnic tables and shelters are located in all of our group day-use areas and can be reserved by contacting the park. If not reserved these areas are open to the public on a first-come, first-serve basis. Several uncovered picnic tables and barbecues are located sporadically throughout the open regions of the Twin Cypress area and are available for use even when the ramada areas are reserved.
This park has modern, accessible restrooms located at the Visitor Center and the Twin Cypress group use area.