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Recreating Responsibly Around Sedona

Leave No Trace Seven Principles

  • Plan Ahead and Prepare. Know the regulations and special concerns for the area you'll visit. ...
  • Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces. ...
  • Dispose of Waste Properly. ...
  • Leave What You Find. ...
  • Minimize Campfire Impacts. ...
  • Respect Wildlife. ...
  • Be Considerate of Others.


More than 3 million people enjoy the Red Rock Trails each year and there are more than 500 miles of public trails surrounding Sedona and the Village of Oak Creek.  Due to reduced Forest Service trail funding, and even with the extraordinary efforts of local volunteers, the Forest Service cannot continue to maintain and improve our trails without your help.

The Red Rock Trail Fund

Who we are
The Sedona Red Rock Trail Fund is a volunteer coalition of hikers, bikers, equestrians and outdoor enthusiasts who believe that the trails that connect us to the adventure and beauty of the Red Rock are worth caring for.

What you can do
The Sedona Red Rock Trail Fund was created with just one goal: to sustain and enhance the Red Rock trail system. Please consider a donation, grant or bequest to the Sedona Red Rock Trail Fund.

How we do it
Every dollar donated goes directly toward our partnership with the Forest Service to achieve the essential maintenance and enhancement of these extraordinary Red Rock trails.

The magic of these forest trails and their natural surroundings can only be sustained with your help. Your contribution is critical. Red Rock Trail Fund is a 501(c)(3) organization so your contributions are tax-deductible.  Donate here when booking online or go to the Red Rock Trail Fund Website to donate.


We want to thank our veterans and active-duty military by offering a 15% discount.  Just enter the coupon code MILITARY2023 when booking online and be sure to bring your military ID with you to show at check-in.

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