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Many Resorts, Campgrounds, Picnic Areas, Hiking Trails, and Slide Rock State Park are contiguous to the thirteen miles of trout-stocked Oak Creek and its West Fork, which can be easily accessed from scenic Highway 89A. These sites are all unique and contain important information for visitors.

Regional Sites of Interest

Arizona Highways
The American West Travelogue, offering a detailed guide to Oak Creek, Sedona, and the Verde Valley.
Arizona Leisure Vacation Guide
Sedona Heritage Museum - Hotels, Bed & Breakfasts, Tours and Real Estate
Sedona Chamber of Commerce
The Hike House
The Sedona Hiker Blog

Regional Government Sites

City of Flagstaff, Arizona
City of Sedona, Arizona
Coconino County, Arizona
Slide Rock State Park
USFS Red Rock Country

Oak Creek Canyon Area Resorts

Briar Patch Inn
Forest House Resort
Garland's Oak Creek Lodge

Oak Creek Canyon Campgrounds, Picnic Areas, and Hiking Trails

The Canyon is in pristine condition in readiness for your arrival. Please keep it that way for others to enjoy, too, and please, {ln:Leave No Trace 'Leave No Trace}. (Fees subject to change)

Campgrounds Fee Reservations # of sites
Manzanita Campground  $18.00 per night, $7 additional vehicle Yes, 11 of the 18 sites are available for reservations 18 single-unit sites
Bootlegger Campground  $18.00 per night, $7 additional vehicle No 10 single-unit sites at
Cave Springs Campground $20.00 per night, $7 additional vehicle 11 reservable sites at Cave Springs 82 single-unit sites at Cave Springs
Pine Flat Campground $20.00 per night, $7 additional vehicle 18 reservable sites at Pine Flat 56 sites at Pine Flat
Picnic Areas  Fees Facilities
Banjo Bill, Halfway and Encinoso Picnic Areas  Yes (see link) 8 sites at Banjo Bill, 11 sites at Encinoso, 9 sites at Halfway, picnic tables and cooking grills, vault toilets, drinking water only at Encinoso Picnic Area
Grasshopper Point $8. per vehicle (up to 5 people) walk-ins: $1.00 each Accessible picnic tables, vault toilets
Slide Rock State Park
(Arizona State Parks)
(Does not honor the Federal Passes) 
Monday-Thursday: $20.00 per vehicle
Friday-Sunday: $30.00 per vehicle
Holiday Weekend: $30.00 per vehicle
(4th of July - Fri. - Sun. & Labor day - Fri. - Mon.)
Per Car Fee includes up to 4 adults: an adult is anyone 14 years of age or older; each additional adult is $3.00
Picnic tables, snack bar, toilets and running water
Call O' The Canyon (West Fork Trailhead) Open year-round - $8. per vehicle or the Weekly or Grand Annual Red Rock Pass, Walk-ins per day per person: $1 6 picnic table sites; toilets; parking area for the West Fork Trail.
Huckaby Trailhead  Red Rock Pass (minimum $5.00) or Golden Passport required 3 picnic tables; toilets
Trails  Difficulty Length Trailhead Elevation Elevation Gain/Loss
A.B. Young #100  Strenuous 2.4 miles 5,200 feet 2,000 feet
Allen's Bend Trail  Easy .5 miles 4400 feet 0 feet
Casner Canyon Trail #11  Moderate to Strenuous 2.0 miles 4,600 feet 1,800 feet
Cookstove Trail #143 Moderate to Strenuous 0.7 miles 5,600 feet 800 feet
Harding Springs Trail #51 Moderate to Strenuous 0.7 miles 5,600 feet 700 feet
Huckaby Trail #161  Moderate 2.6 miles 4,400 feet 170 feet
Long Canyon Trail #63 More Difficult 9.5 miles 5,000 feet 1,500 feet
Long Canyon Trail #122  Easy 2.9 miles 4,500 feet 500 feet
Munds Mountain Trail #77  Strenuous 2.8 miles 5,600 feet 400 feet
Sterling Pass Trail #46 Strenuous 2.4 miles 4,900 feet 1,100 feet
Thomas Point Trail #142 Moderate 1.0 mile 5,300 feet 850 feet
Vultee Arch Trail #22 Easy 1.7 miles 4,800 feet 400 feet
West Fork Oak Creek #108  Easy 3.0 miles 5,300 feet 150 feet
Wilson Mountain Trail #10 and North Wilson Trail #123 Strenuous 5.6 miles 4,500 feet 2,400 feet
Strenuous 2.0 miles 4,750 feet 1,450 feet
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