There is an old saying,

"God created the Grand Canyon, but he lives in Sedona."

One trip to Sedona and you know it has to be true.

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Camping In Sedona



When heading to Sedona many people want to experience nature more intimately and what better way then to sleep under the stars?

One of the most popular camping areas is Oak Creek Canyon Camping. Here is only permitted within the 4 developed campground areas. There is some additional camping allowed off the path but you would have to contact the Rangers directly to find out the areas.

Manzanita Campground
Coconino National Forest, Po Box 300
Sedona AZ 86336, 928-282-4119
yes, 19, no, toilets, water, cfg, table, fish, hike, 4800, May-Sep

Click Here for Manzanita Campgrounds Info

Bootlegger Campground
No Drinking water!
Coconino National Forest, Po Box 300
Sedona AZ 86336, 928-282-4119
April 13-Oct 31,Barrier Free Toilets

Click Here For Bootlegger Campgrounds Info

Cave Springs Campground
15, 78, 32ft rv limit, toilets, water, cfg, table, fish, hike, 5400, Apr-Sep

Coconino National Forest, Po Box 300
Sedona AZ 86336, 928-282-4119

Click Here For Cave Springs Campground Info

Pine Flat Campground
Coconino National Forest, Po Box 300
Sedona AZ 86336, 928-282-4119
15, 58, 32ft rv limit, toilets, water, cfg, table, trails, 5500, Mar-Nov

Click Here For Pine Flat Campground Info

These 4 campgrounds are located by Oak Creek . While they are all surrounded by the canyon walls, each one has it's own charm to it. Each campsite will have it's own table and firepit and all 4 campgrounds have restrooms.

They are all primitive camping sites and none have RV hookups. Cave Springs has showers and Bootlegger has no drinking water so make sure you bring your own.

You can call ahead to reserve a campsite at Cave Springs and at Pine Flats in advance. Reservations can be made 48 hours to 240 days in advance by calling 1-877-444-6777.

For more information about fees and rules. Please call (928)282-4119.
Or you can contact:

US Forest Service Red Rock Ranger Dist
250 Brewer Road
928-282-4119


Here are a few campgrounds located in the vicinity and some that have RV facilities:

Banjo Bill Campground
Coconino National Forest, Po Box 300
Sedona AZ 86336, 928-282-4119
yes, 8, 16ft rv limit, toilets, water, cfg, table, fish, 5000, Mar-Oct

Chavez Crossing Group Camp
Coconino National Forest, Po Box 300
Sedona AZ 86336, 928-282-4119
35, 2, no, toilets, water, cfg, table, 4100, All year

Rancho Sedona Mobilodge
135 Bear Wallow Ln
Sedona AZ 86336, 928-282-7255

Sedona RV Resort
6701 W Us Highway 89a
Sedona AZ 86336, 928-282-6640

Click Here For Sedona Camping Info

2 comments:

The Truth said...

Breathtaking im 30yrs old this year and i have never been to the grand canyon , time to take a Camping trip !

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