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Slide Rock State Park, Sedona

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Slide Rock State Park gets its name from the slippery rock bed of Oak Creek Canyon, which forms a natural water slide and pools in the park. Red rocks and the Coconino National Forest surround the park, which is one of the most visited sites in the state. The park also features an apple farm that was planted there in 1912. Children will enjoy playing in the pools and on the natural water slide, and adults can explore the terrain, hike one of the park's three trails, and photograph views from these red rock formations. Plan a trip to Sedona easily and quickly by telling Inspirock to suggest an itinerary.
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  • We pass this park without knowing anything abou this park. So glad we decide to explore this park. It was $20.00 entry fee but well worth it. We saw a group of students diving into the cold river... 
    We pass this park without knowing anything abou this park. So glad we decide to explore this park. It was $20.00 entry fee but well worth it. We saw a group of students diving into the cold river...  more »
  • On our way to Flagstaff, we stopped at Slide Rock State Park. We walked all along the rocks & creek. Must be so cool to hang out here on hot day! If you have a chance, stop here and walk around the.....  more
    On our way to Flagstaff, we stopped at Slide Rock State Park. We walked all along the rocks & creek. Must be so cool to hang out here on hot day! If you have a chance, stop here and walk around the.....  more »
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  • Absolutely GORGEOUS. if you're passing through this area stop at the park. You'll be so happy you did. You have to pay to park but it's worth it!. There were a handful of brave people who got in the water when we were there (super cold in late March). Before you get to the swimming area there are park benches to eat at, a huge grassy area (people were playing some soccer), there is a concessions store to get everything you need while at the park, including beach towels, food, sunscreen, tourist gifts, etc. There are historical cabins, normal bathrooms, etc. Wear safe shoes by the water area because it's precarious in spots. Amazing place!!! go visit!
  • I loved people watching and relaxing in the shade. The water is great and there's not only rocks that are slides, but pools of water to swim in and Mild cliff jumping! Rocks are VERY slippery; dress accordingly! $20 for parking (FYI)

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