4 Parks near Sedona, Arizona
Apr 2016 - $29.00
A beautifully located campsite at the side of a creek. Plenty of trees and shade. No hook-ups, only centrally located water taps. Nice and quiet. We reserved a spot by the creek, and it costs 9 USD on top of the 20 USD camping fee. Cold at night in April, and use of generator not allowed after 10pm. - Leo22
May 2013 - $9.00
Sunday, May 19 – Cave Springs Campground, Coconino National Forest, Sedona, AZ This campground is on the west side of scenic 89A heading south to Sedona about ten miles away. Very popular campground especially on weekends. Some sites can be reserved but many first come first serve. Pit toilets and no hookups but water is available throughout the park. The park is nestled with the Red Rock Cliffs on the west and Ponderosa Trees at the base of Oak Creek Canyon. It costs $18 per site but with a pass half that. There are six loops with some sites right on Oak Creek and all of them are in walking distance of the creek and some swimming holes. Pay showers near a meadow and entrance station. The area is known for the rock formations with colors changing from gray to red to black. Very nice place to camp. Pit toilets were very clean. - gsnakehill
Oct 2011 - $18.00
This park is gorgeous. Our stay was in the fall so cool temps and no crowds. The vault toilets were pretty clean, but not in great shape. It was the end of the season and everything had probably been used hard. A beautiful walk along Oak Creek and a good hike directly across the road. We want to go back. - EEman
May 2016 - $45.00
Old park with lots of run down trailers which I think are mostly rented. They only have a few transient sites. Was very tight getting in and out. The entrance road is very steep. Would be difficult for big rigs but doable. The full hookups worked well and the Wi-Fi was surprisingly good. The girls at check-in were very nice and pleasant. I must say the park is fairly neat given all the old trailers.
Very nice view of Oak Creek off of the patio just outside of the office. - mlbarry
Oct 2015 - $30.00
We made last minute reservation over phone, the owner was very nice. We stayed 5 days with a 32 foot 5th wheel. Management checked in with us several times to make sure we were comfortable. We arrived on a Friday night the weekend of the October feast, was a little noisy first night but all other nights were quite. This places has mostly permanent trailers that are rented nightly or monthly, many are people who live here permanently. Plenty of room between trailers but tight trying to get parked, doable but if you're not good at parking your trailer don't try here. If you are larger than 32 feet I wouldn't recommend it. Bring a smaller trailer it's worth it to stay here. Has the oak Creek creek 100 feet from trailers with a cement patio and tables overlooking it and stair access for going down to it. A little beach area and several areas to fish for trout. Permission was given to pan for gold if we wanted to. Gravel site was level, WiFi was great. Recommend highly. Thanks Oak Creek. - Cynthia Gowin
Apr 2015 - $33.00
We stayed here 6 nights in April. At first glance this campground seems like a dump. The bathroom and shower were shabby. Not growing mold or anything, but not the cleanest. The office is rarely open and reaching them to make a reservation took days. But we loved it! It is a great location, right next to downtown Sedona. A short walk to Tlaquepaque Village and short drive or longer walk to main street. The site was unkempt dirt but big enough for us to fit our bug rig and a 10'x10' canopy. We were right next to the laundry and bathrooms. They were sold out but we were the only ones using the shower the whole week so even though it wasn't the nicest, it was pretty much for our private use. Everything was chill and friendly as opposed to the fancier park up the road that was sold out and had a ton of rules posted on their site. There's a pretty steep hill in and out of there. It is tight but doable. A loop, so you should not have to back up at all. We would stay here again. - PNW77
Oct 2015 - $15.00
Just stayed for 3 days over fall break in a 26 Ft travel trailer. VERY few spots can handle a trailer. It is not because of the length of the spot, but because too narrow to make the turn off the road. First site we had booked did not work and was moved to a non reserved spot.
The campground is maintained by wonderful hosts who do a great job and have been there several years. Half the sites are closed because of boulders, but expected to reopen.
The location is beautiful but sadly the campground is split in half by highway 87a running thru with non stop traffic. Because of that, rated it only 3 stars and will not plan a return. If you want a spot that is right off the road for a quick over night, good spot and impressive rock scenery. - JLBL
Aug 2015 - $10.00
Very nice but not spacious campground. Canyon is narrow at this point so the road is close. Only the loops on the west side of the road were open. Campground is run by a concessionaire (Recreation Resource Management), they seem to have split the campground between reservable (south) and non-reservable (north) and if you don't have a reservation they do not offer any of the reservable sites, some of the best, even if they are available. Short, steep trail starts on the east side of the road, otherwise everything is a drive. - oldmac
May 2013 - $9.00
Saturday, May 18 – Pine Flat West Campground, Coconino National Forest, Sedona, AZ This is the first National Forest campground driving south on scenic 89A from Flagstaff to Sedona. It is right after all the switchbacks. There are four loops, two on the east side of the road and two on the west side.. Only sites 21-38 can be reserved online. It costs $18 and half with a pass. No hookups but nice sites, few for large motorhomes. Bathhouses are pit toilets. It is located twelve miles north of Sedona at the base of Oak Creek Canyon. It is beautiful nestled among Ponderosa Trees with the Red Rock Cliffs surrounding it. The stream is stocked with trout and one can go birding, hiking and swimming. Nice place to camp for an overnight or longer. There were still sites available on Saturday when we arrived but most weekends they are full. The pit toilets were very clean! - gsnakehill
May 2016 - $58.00
As mentioned by those before us, a wonderful park. An oasis of quiet, shade and serenity. We were fortunate enough to get a fairly "last minute" reservation, due to someone else's cancellation, and when we got here, we realized how lucky we were.
Our site was one of the "executive sites" right by the creek, which had a nice patio area, a picnic table, two chairs and a large grassy area right on the creek. At night, we were lulled to sleep by the sounds of the creek. By day, we loved relaxing in our chairs on the grass, shady by the huge, mature trees.
As mentioned, it's more expensive than many places we've stayed, but hey!, you're in Sedona; that's to be expected. Wifi was very available and quick, a nice exception to most RV parks. A wonderful experience. If in the area, we DEFINITELY will return. We'd just better make our plans WELL in advance. - Tee Gysin
May 2016 - $68.00
The park is well maintained and the rules are well stated and enforced. The blue herons have nests in the trees right now so it's noisy. But they are beautiful and it's a sight to see. We stayed in number 59 and 84. 59 is right under the nests, 84 is not. 59 has Wi-Fi, 84 hardly does. - beach89bum
May 2016 - $61.00
Loved this park! Our space backed up to the grass area bordered by huge trees and a path that leads to the creek. They are strict with their rules, but grounds are very clean with no dog messes anywhere and it is quiet at night - no rowdies - as a result. There are restaurants, etc within walking distance too and close to downtown Sedona. They do book up well in advance for certain times of the year so you do have to plan ahead to stay there, but well worth the planning. We stayed only three nights and do plan on coming back.
Spaces are gravel with cement patios. Our space included a picnic table w/benches and two chairs.
As soon as a unit pulls out the grounds keeper is there to rake and clean the space for the next RV to pull in.
Again, we loved the park and area and will come back. - Corona-travels