Location

Red Rock Locator Map

Elevation 3,900 feet   Fees

Contact the Park:
(928) 282-6907
Red Rock SP
4050 Red Rock Loop Rd
Sedona, AZ 86336

Facilities

Visitor Center Restrooms Gift Shop Exhibits Group: Day Use Areas Picnic Areas/Shelters Hiking Trails Equestrian Trails Biking Wildlife Viewing

Nearest Services: 5 miles

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511 Speed Code

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Park's Speed Code: 4234#

Fees

Park Entrance Fees:
Adult (14+): $5.00
Youth (7–13): $3.00
Child (0–6): FREE

Fee Schedule

Friends Group

Benefactors of Red Rock State Park

Benefactors of Red Rock State Park, a charitable organization

Red Rock
Volunteer Opportunities

Download & Read Latest Volunteer Newsletter

Created and published each month by volunteers at the park. Download Below


Red Rock Volunteer photo
Volunteer Annette Hubbel trims shrubs near the picnic area.

The Red Rock State Park Volunteer program started before the park opened in 1991 and today, volunteers contribute enough hours to equal that of six full-time employees. Our volunteers are needed and greatly appreciated.

Each year in September, 6 four-hour training sessions provide prospective volunteers with information about park philosophy and the local area. Topics include natural sciences, the school environmental education program, maintenance, archaeology, geology and interpretive hikes and tours. After graduation, volunteers then work throughout the park promoting environmental studies, lead programs and activities, assist park staff with maintenance projects, or visitor services. If you would like to learn more about the park volunteer program, please contact the Volunteer Coordinator.

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Red Rock Volunteer photo
Volunteers Randy Carter and Phil Wadsack at work building the newly completed Mesquite Loop Trail at the Visitor Center.

Site Hosts
Site Hosts typically volunteer within the park for several months at a time in exchange for a full hook-up camping site. Each Host is required to give 24 hours of service per week, working at our Entry Station and Visitor Center. To inquire about Site Host positions specifically, please contact the Site Host Coordinator. All other Volunteer questions should be addressed to the Volunteer Coordinator.

Volunteer Coordinator:

Dee Woolf, Volunteer Coordinator
phone: (928) 282-6907
dwoolf(at)azstateparks.gov

Site Host Coordinator:

Eric Buzonas, Assistant Park Manager
phone: (928) 282-6907
ebuzonas(at)azstateparks.gov



Red Rock Volunteer Newsletter

Red Rock Volunteer Newsletter logoFootprints is a newsletter by the Volunteers at Red Rock SP. It is published about every other month. We welcome submissions.

Drop off submissions at the Visitor Center with: “Attention: Footprints.” Or mail submissions to the park: 4050 Red Rock Loop Rd, Sedona, AZ 86336. We are looking for photos, news items, jokes, photos, biographical info, and more!

Download July/Aug 2014 Issue (PDF Document 2.4 MB PDF)
Download May/June 2014 Issue (PDF Document 5.1 MB PDF)
Download March/April 2014 Issue (PDF Document 4.1 MB PDF)
Download January/February 2014 Issue (PDF Document 1.3 MB PDF)

 


Benefactors of Red Rock State Park

Benefactors of Red Rock State ParkBenefactors provide financial support for selected projects and capital improvements in support of the Park's Mission. Those who become involved care about the rich natural diversity of the area, strive to support and promote Red Rock State Park as the premier environmental learning center of the Arizona State Parks system, and assure that all moneys raised benefit projects at Red Rock State Park.

Benefactors of Red Rock State Park
P.O. Box 525
Sedona, AZ 86339
http://www.benefactorsrrsp.org External Link

Oak Creek Canyon Task Force (OCCTF)

Oak Creek Canyon Task ForceSlide Rock State Park is a member of the Oak Creek Canyon Task Force (OCCTF), a non-profit watershed group with a broad based membership who dedicate themselves to protect and preserve the integrity of Oak Creek and the Canyon environment. It is founded on the principle that a voluntary association of members of the watershed communities, working together to understand both the watershed and each other, best accomplishes its goals and objectives. Oak Creek Canyon and its unique waterway is such a valuable resource that volunteers spend countless hours on projects to keep the Canyon beautiful and its waterways safe for future generations. Learn more by visiting their website. External Link

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