4 Parks near Sedona, Arizona
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
Nov 2010 - $20.00
We pulled in on Nov 8th 2010 - they were closing the campground the following weekend. It is a very nice place. Tall pine trees on a flat next to the creek. I can see during high season it could be a bit crowded, but when we were there, only a couple of sites in the whole place were taken. We literally had it to ourselves. The days we were there, it was very cold and even snowed one night (no accumulation). We eventually moved down to a trailer park in town as we felt that although the campground was nice, it was a ways too far out of town to visit with our friends on a daily basis (and it was very cold at night- while it was quite comfortable in Sedona during the evenings) I'd stay there again in the fall, if I didn't have to meet with friends in Sedona on a daily basis. I don't remember exactly how much it cost to stay there. I think it was around $20. - bluebeard
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
Apr 2015 - $40.00
Very few campsites, tight fit for 40+ campers, entrance and exits for very extreme and difficult to tackle 20% grade. The mobile homes are wrecks and junkie. - bobbodean
Jun 2012 - $40.00
First of all, this is a trailer park and it is a bit of a run down trailer park. If you don't want to stay in a trailer park, then don't come here. It's not the nicest environment but the staff is friendly and helpful and we found the people living here to be nice also. Our space was big enough for our long rig & tow unhooked. On the con side...we have a 40 ft motorhome and tow and someone should have told us to unhook before coming into the narrow turn entry down a steep hill. How my husband made this turn, I still don't know. I made a point of telling the staff that they should tell people this ahead of time. Getting out of the park wasn't bad but we didn't hook up until after we exited. A tenant did have to move her vehicle for us to turn the corner on exiting but she was very nice about it and was coming outside before I even went to her door. If you have a large rig and don't really know how to maneuver it, don't come here. Could not get satellite because of the trees. Pros..VERY quiet, great Verizon data and cell service, great location as it's close to the Y. Great price for the area. I felt uncomfortable here at 1st but it was better the longer we stayed. We stayed 5 nites. Not a lot of places to walk the dog but it was okay. - Danni
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 2012 - $9.00
This is a Forest Service campground with no hookups and vault toilets. They put fans in the exhaust vents for the toilets, and if you are in a campsite near the bathroom it can be smelly if the wind is in your direction. The campsites are nicely kept up, and most are best for small campers or tents. Only a few work for larger RVs. The location is great, half way between Flagstaff and Sedona in beautiful Oak Creek Canyon. The campground is close to the road, but there is very little traffic at night so no noise. We have camped here twice. The cost is $18 unless you have an Interagency pass which cuts the cost to $9. Very friendly and helpful camp hosts. - JEMc
May 2015 - $55.00
We stayed 4 nights in May 2015. This park is amazing. We had an Executive site that backed up to Oak Creek. I was able to hear the creek at night from my RV bedroom. Awesome. It is beautifully set up and you feel like you are out truly camping instead of what we call "cement camping". It is pristine and immaculate. We will definitely stay again. The only reason I didn't give it a "10" is because the Wi-Fi was not good at all. I have a new iPhone and a new MacBookPro, and the Wi-Fi connection was just not good, no matter what I tried. But I can overlook that for the other great points about this park. - Lynda d
May 2015 - $43.00
This is a beautiful park, especially the sites near the creek. The biggest problem was the "rules" which we knew about ahead of time, but made an unexpected atmosphere at the campground of unnatural quiet, even during the day. Even in the dog run, there was a "no barking" sign. I think everyone was afraid to make a sound. Except the trash trucks that came in at 5:30 in the morning. I'm talking the BIG ones, with the loud motors and air brakes that come to dump the dumpsters. Management spent a lot of time driving around in golf carts and I almost felt like I was being watched like an inmate. They spent a lot of time cutting the grass, it was hard to tell what was already cut and what wasn't cut yet, but the grounds were clean, shady and pretty. They also don't allow any campfires. I'm by no means a rowdy camper, and have no problem with normal rules, but I don't think I would stay here again. - ArizonaHappyCamper
Apr 2015 - $69.00
The park is located at the southern end of the Sedona main drag.
You can easily walk to Tlaquepaque Shopping Center and Rincon Restaurant. The park is in heavy shade, and abuts a creek.
As mentioned, the only park that is even close to town.
We've stayed several times, and would highly recommend.
Very popular spot, get a reservation! - 1yrfulltime