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All reviews beautiful drive hairpin turns dairy queen slide rock state park west fork trail winding road scenic route native americans every turn beautiful scenery red rocks beautiful area hiking trails take your time take pictures sedona area great hike
We've driven the route many times but have not been there in years. This time, we noticed that vegetation and buildings have really started to obscure what used to be lovely creek views. The road is still fun and has a lot of surprises.
Oak Creek Canyon is beautiful - red rock massives, Oak Creek, oak trees along the creek and forests on the mountains. There are several camping spots and picnic tables along 89A. There are some pull-outs, but not many. There are several hiking trails in the...More
The road winds its way through the canyon with stunning red rocks and forest on all sides. Unfortunately there aren't enough stopping places, particularly in the northern section, to take photos of the spectacular scenery. However, don't let that put you off. Every turn is...More
The road in this area is narrow and precarious and currently under construction with constant daily rock removals. This area is better traveled during the week days early in the day. Weekends are flooded with tourists and the elite celebrities so choose your trip time...More
Oak Creek Canyon is beautiful with red rock cliffs lining Oak Creek as well as towering yellow and russet toned higher peaks and cliffs. There are trees near the creek as well as cacti amongst the cliffs. It is a beautiful area.
A great road out of town with spectacular views. Going thru the canyon has wonderful places to stop and take in the scenery. Has great cliffs, forests, and creeks which is something. Just driving thru is great, bit yoy should at least pull over for...More
We accidentally ended up in Oak Creek Canyon after we followed a recommendation to visit slide rock state park. The park was way too busy on a Saturday afternoon in late July to visit. So we continued our scenic drive through Oak Creek Canyon. It...More
Take 89A North through Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon to Rt17 north through Flagstaff, 1ten Rt180 to right on 64 to the S rim of the canyon. If you can't find accommodations Iin the Grand Canyon Village, try Tusayan, several... More
Take 89A North through Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon to Rt17 north through Flagstaff, 1ten Rt180 to right on 64 to the S rim of the canyon. If you can't find accommodations Iin the Grand Canyon Village, try Tusayan, several miles south of the canyon.
My husband and I visited Slide Rock State Park on the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend. We were there by 10 AM and were able to park in the lot (beware the $35 park entrance fee under certain circumstances). Easy paved... More
My husband and I visited Slide Rock State Park on the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend. We were there by 10 AM and were able to park in the lot (beware the $35 park entrance fee under certain circumstances). Easy paved walkway leads to the concrete stairs that descend to the boulder- and rock-lined creek bed. I do not consider this easily accessible at all.