Here's one of the signature attractions from Sedona, just seven miles north via Oak Creek Canyon road (Highway 89A). Great spot for cooling off in the creek, picnicing, or red rock viewing. There's an admission fee unless you have a state park pass.
Drinks, sandwiches, snacks, and picnic supplies are available at the (on-site) Sllide Rock Market. The site is an old apple orchard and farm begun by Frank Pendleton, a pioneer who came in 1907 to establish a unique irrigation system still in use. The old farmstead, implements, and orchard are open for viewing.
But the charm of the park is the water activities along the slick slide rock chute through the colorful rocks. Remember to bring wat...Read More