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Ancient Spirits of the Canyon from Sedona
"This is a truly comprehensive experience of the amazingly varied landscape and fascinating ancient history of Northern Arizona. This tour fully narrated by your fun and knowledgeable guide begins at your hotel in Sedona and climbs through scenic Oak Creek Canyon from 4500 feet above sea level to 7200 feet onto the Colorado Plateau where you will have stunning views of Arizona´s largest mountain the San Francisco Peaks - a 12
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Ancient Spirits of the Canyon from Flagstaff
"This is a truly comprehensive experience of the amazingly varied landscape and fascinating ancient history of Northern Arizona. This tour fully narrated by your fun and knowledgeable guide begins at your hotel in Flagstaff and climbs through scenic Oak Creek Canyon from 4500 feet above sea level to 7200 feet onto the Colorado Plateau where you will have stunning views of Arizona´s largest mountain the San Francisco Peaks - a 12
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Grand Canyon Sunset Tour from Sedona
"Your tour starts with a drive through beautiful Oak Creek Canyon - a route which has been deemed the most scenic drive in the United States. You climb from 4500 to 7000 feet to get a fantastic view of Arizona's highest mountain - the San Francisco Peaks an ancient volcano of 12600 feet. Continue toward the mystical rock formations of the Painted Desert and make a stop at historic Cameron Trading Post to shop for Native American artwork from the Zuni Hopi and the Navajo tribes. Your next stop is the incomparable Grand Canyon National Park. Catch a dramatic glimpse of the Little Colorado River Gorge and marvel at the glory of the Grand Canyon from some of the most amazing overlooks in the Park Lipan Point with its expansive view of the great gorge
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Slide Rock State Park Tips (26)

Very Cool Place

In the Arizona heat, a rambling, rapid-moving stream is a magical place indeed. Give in to your inner child and wallow in the natural rock slides at this place. There is a small fee to enter the park...
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jumpingwithnorman
Jul 18, 2009

Slide Rock Park ~Exhibits

There is a gazebo style kiosk with eight poster boards displaying general Pendley Homestead information and park information. Lots of wonderful information about the history of the park and its...
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Yaqui
May 08, 2009

Pendley ~ Farming Displays

Today there are many farming implements on display that the family had used. Just remember these farming equipment can be dangerous because of sharp edges. So respect them and watch your younger...
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Yaqui
May 03, 2009

Pendley Apple Shed 1932

The Pendley planted their first apple orchard in 1912 and grew a garden and kept some livestock. Today it is still a working commercial apple ranch producing more than 1,200 boxes of apples in 2007 in...
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Yaqui
May 03, 2009

Get Slippery and Wet at Slide Rock State Park!

Just 7 miles (11km) north of Sedona is the Slide Rock State Park which continues to get us entertained whenever we are in Sedona, specially during the summer! The river/creek that runs through this...
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jumpingnorman
Apr 15, 2009

Slide Rock Park 1938 Cabins

After Frank Pendley settled his 43-acre historical apple farm located in Oak Creek Canyon. He wanted to attract tourist, so once the roads were eventually paved in 1938, the Pendley’s built cabins to...
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Yaqui
Apr 12, 2009

Slide Rock Park Picnic Areas

There are some of nicest picnic areas with huge beautiful covers. There are fifteen open air picnic areas for small groups are available near the entry station and parking lot on a first-come,...
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Yaqui
Apr 12, 2009

Slide Rock Park Trails

I enjoyed taking pictures, while the boys and my sister hiked ahead following the river. Myself and John took our time, just exploring some old structures along the way and some pretty spectacular...
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Yaqui
Apr 12, 2009

Pendley Homestead ~Slide Rock Park

This was originallythe Pendley Homestead, a 43-acre historical apple farm located in Oak Creek Canyon. Frank L. Pendley arrived in the canyon in 1907 and acquired the land under the Homestead Act in...
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Yaqui
Apr 12, 2009

Slide Rock State Park

Slide Rock State Park sprung up from simple beginnings. It was first a homestead by the Pendley Family who developed over 43 acres into a succesfull apple farm. Once the roads were eventually paved in...
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Yaqui
Apr 12, 2009

Slide Rock Store

There is a small store along the Pendley Homestead Trail where you can buy snacks, drinks, limited groceries, post cards, etc. Photo 2 is not accurate though. That cannot be a Redneck Windchime. No...
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Basaic
Feb 06, 2009

Tourist Cabins

With the completion of the canyon road in 1917, tourists started coming to the area. In 1933, Pendley built some tourist cabins on his land and opened the site for tourism. Once the canyon road was...
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Basaic
Feb 06, 2009
 
 
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Things to Do Near Slide Rock State Park

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Oak Creek Canyon

The climate and terrain of Oak Creek Canyon supports a wide variety of plant and animal life. Some uncommon species of small animals are attracted to the area like ring-tailed cats, spotted skunks and...
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Heritage Museum

The Heritage Museum in Sedona closes early so we really did miss it. So went there at about 4 pm and it was already closed. Then we check their business hours. The Heritage Museum of Sedona closes at...
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Sedona Motion Picture Museum

The Sedona Motion Picture Museum is located at the Sedona Center and looks like one of the shops. It was actually mind boggling to see a "museum" that small. I would recommend you to check it out...
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Sedona Trolley

For a fun thing to do, why not hop on the SEDONA TROLLEY. They offer city and scenic tours to all the best places in town - Tlaquepaque, the Gallery District, Chapel of the Holy Cross, Boynton Canyon,...
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Cathedral Rock

Red Rock Crossing/Crescent Moon Ranch is the place to take that quintessential sunset photo of Cathedral Rock. I took the path on the north side of the creek and found it to be very crowded and noisy...
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Airport Mesa

I dragged my butt out of the hotel room at 6 am to get to the Sedona airport loop for an overlook point to take some sunrise photos. I got there and it was beautiful but nothing special. I was bummed...
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Getting to Slide Rock State Park

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6871 N. Highway 89A

Hours

  • Sunday 08:00 to 16:00
  • Monday 08:00 to 16:00
  • Tuesday 08:00 to 16:00
  • Wednesday 08:00 to 16:00
  • Thursday 08:00 to 16:00
  • Friday 08:00 to 16:00
  • Saturday 08:00 to 16:00

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