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    My wife and I arrived just after the park opened. It was early October, the temperature was in the low 70s, and the sky The park staff were welcoming and helpful. We went on a guided nature hike (about 2 or 3 miles) with a very well informed guide. He was very laid back, and almost every few feet pointed out everything from ants clearing an area and carrying food to their nest, to interesting facts about the trees we passed, including how Native Americans made use of the different plants. This is a relatively new park, the people who work there care very much about the beauty it contains and its history.

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    have been coming here for 25 years now and although i am in New York now, every time i get to Arizona, this is a must see/visit for it’s serene and natural beauty.!! if your going to the Grand Canyon from Phoenix you have to check this out as an appetizer to the canyon…bring a camera and snap away, your going to need a big memory card from all of the photos your going to find yourself snapping..

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    The Red Rock State Park is deceptively named; it should be called the Oak Creek State Park. The park is located well outside of Sedona, and the visitor center offers information only pertaining to the natural features and creatures of the creek area. The visitor center offers several learning stations for little children. The visitor center does offer a dated video of the surrounding area, and does mention the great shopping in Sedona. The Viewing of Sedona’s red rock is poor. While the State Park entry staff hyped up the view of Cathedral Rock, it was actually lackluster. Any viewing of the surrounding hillside and its shrubbery was distracted by local housing. The park is nestled between neighborhoods. We did not try the hiking routes offered in the park. The fee, as of 04/26/14, was $5.00 per person over 14 years of age. We were very dissapointed with this state park. We recommend you avoid it, unless you are interested in Oak Creek.

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    Use the visitors center as a destination to navigate into the park. Great trails, all mild or moderate. Great service from park employees.

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    A comfortable place to stay. All dirt, but beautiful natural red rock scenery to look at. Big pull through sites, very easy to get in and out of.