The water was cold, but my 10 yr old son and his friend couldn't get enough of the slides, white water, & exploration. They absolutely loved it. There are restroom facilities, store, grills, and plenty of parking. Worth the $20 entrance. You could lounge here all day.
Slide Rock Park is good, clean fun! There is an admission fee, and it is worth it if you like to swim. There is a natural rock formation that makes a kind of human flume to slide down. I recommend wearing more than just your swimsuit, it is a bit tomboyish and I was glad for pedal pushers over my... 更多
So glad we picked this as our one adventure in Sedona. Car pool and the $20 per car is pretty cheap. They have clean restrooms for changing. Go down some stairs and you will see the creek. The water is cold, so be brave! I just dipped my toes in. You can relax in the pool or have a try... 更多
Great state park. It was only $10 per car for a family. It was a 5 minute walk to the water with a stunning view along the way . Bring your bathing suit and a picnic and relax in its natural beauty. Beat the heat with the cold water from Oak Creek. I would highly recommend water shoes or sandals... 更多
First off, I did not go sliding, but I did put my toes in the water. Being early spring, it was a little cold for anybody over 20. The kids were having a blast however. Great spot to just stretch your legs, walk around a little - awesome photo ops. there is a little gift store and ample bathrooms.
A lot of fun for almost all ages. Would not recommend little ones go sliding down the rocks, but they can wade in the water. Fun for the whole family
Ran into this state park by accident and what a special place. So many beautiful views and, on a clear crisp cool morning, it's an absolute perfect place to get away from the craziness of everyday life and enjoy a little nature. Topped off by the birds singing around me in the early morning hours, I couldn't have asked for... 更多
We were driving down 89A through Oak Creek Canyon from the North and looking at the Red Rocks and looking at all of the places that required Red Rock Passes and didn't sell them. We saw a sign on a store and pulled off and found ourselves at the entrance to this park. We paid and parked. We walked around,... 更多
Too early to swim and too late to catch the apple blossoms but a great place for a stroll along the river. Lots of wildflowers and bright new green leaves against the red rocks. Not hard to imagine life here a century ago, well worth a story or too: "Little House in the Canyon"?
We went here on accident and had a great time. We were traveling through the area stopping to catch the beautiful sights and saw a line of cars waiting to get in. We paid to park but no other cost for the day. I don't suggest having little children (under 8 yrs old) do this because there are many slippery... 更多
Slide Rock State Park was one of our favorite Sedona-area experiences. Even if you don't attempt the "slide", you can't possibly have a bad time here. We walked as far as we could go up the river, and enjoyed the scenery and vibe. Well worth the $10 admission.
As this is a state park, there is a $10 parking fee. Great place to have a picnic, which we did, and then walk to the rocks. The scenery is beautiful. The trail is short but you can climb the rocks along the creek and explore further. The parking lot is huge, there are bathrooms and a market on site... 更多
Gorgeous water, easy hiking and nice places to picnic. My husband went here 30 years ago before it was even organized with a parking lot (they would park along the side of the road) and it's still clear and beautiful. The slide itself is awesome and there are several places to dive in. It's cold but the kids love it... 更多