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Red Rock

Ranger District Guide

brochure Red Rock - Ranger District Guide
United States Department of Agriculture Coconino National Forest RED ROCK RANGER DISTRICT Recreation Guide Pictured: Cathedral Rock Visitor Centers ARE YOU PREPARED? Welcome to the Red Rocks! Visitor Centers help you get accurate local information to make the most of your visit. The locations listed below provide: restrooms, recreation and travel information, guidebooks, gifts, map sales, and Federal Recreation Pass information and sales (limited per location). Red Rock Ranger District Visitor Center 8375 State Route 179 Phone: (928) 282-4119 and 203-2900. Open daily 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Tell someone where and when you are going, and carry the following items with you when you venture out on the trail: Water: At least one gallon per person, per day. Food: Salty snacks. Eat twice as much as normal. First Aid Kit. Flashlight or Headlamp: Extra batteries. Map and Compass. Appropriate Clothing: Extra layer, rain jacket, hiking shoes, hat, and sunscreen. Whistle and Signal Mirror: For emergencies. Knife or Multi-tool. Cell Phone: Call 911 if injured and stay in place until help arrives. Be aware that service can be unreliable. Forest Service Southwestern Region Coconino National Forest Oak Creek Vista Viewpoint North on State Route 89A, just past Milepost 390. Open daily 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. (seasonal). Oak Creek Visitor Center (Indian Gardens) North on State Route 89A at Milepost 378.2. Phone: (928) 203-0624. Open daily 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (seasonal). Sedona Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center 331 Forest Road, Sedona, 86336 Phone: (928) 282-7722. Open daily 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Daily and Weekly Red Rock Passes may be purchased at local stores, hotels and all required locations using the kiosk and a credit card. See page 3 for more information on passes. Publication No. RG-R3-04-06 Revised March 2020 www.fs.usda.gov/coconino NATIONAL FOREST RECREATION FEE AREA REMEMBER AS YOU EXPLORE... Do I Need a Pass? If you leave your car unattended while recreating at one of the fee sites shown on the map below, you must display a valid recreation pass on your vehicle dashboard or rearview mirror. What is the Money Used For? It’s used right here to maintain trails and toilets, TO staff visitor centers, enforce laws that protect Recreation Fee Area FLAGSTAFF the area, and inform visitors. MILES NORTH The Southwest sun can be INTENSE. Weather Changes quickly and unexpectedly. Be prepared for extreme heat or cold, high winds, and sudden storms all in the same day. Leave What You Find Plants, rocks, artifacts, insects, and animals should be left where you found them so that others can enjoy the discovery as well. Also, please do not stack rocks. 0 Respect Wildlife Keep your pets on a leash, and observe any wildlife from a distance. Never feed wild animals or throw rocks or other objects at them. 2 1 3 4 Oak Creek Vista Visitor Center 5 Recreational fee site / Pass required Cookstove Information Trailhead / Pass not required Where Can I Get a Pass? Federal Interagency Passes are available at the Red Rock Ranger District Visitor Center, Sedona Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center (Annual only), and any National Park or Monument. Harding Springs Concessionaire or State Park / Separate fee site Leave No Trace Pack out and dispose of any trash properly. Even “natural” waste such as apple cores and fruit peels should be carried out with you. Camping and campfires are only allowed in designated campgrounds within Oak Creek Canyon. Telephone Separate Fee Sites: Red Rock and Federal Interagency Passes are not valid at: • Call of the Canyon (West Fork) • Crescent Moon Ranch • Grasshopper Point • Red Rock State Park Mooney Honanki • Slide Rock State Park Heritage Stay On the Trail Follow the rock cairns like the one shown here, especially to find your way on slickrock areas. ry da or ca m p i ng b Banjo Bill Vultee Halfway Arch Secret Canyon Slide Rock State Park un s Bootlegger o Long Canyon Brins Mesa FR1 52 FR525 c a mp f i r e FR795 Palatki Heritage Site NO Site Loy Canyon Arizona Cypress Fay Canyon Boynton ONLY Y U ss Boynton Pa Rd Aerie Doe/Bear Mountain Dry Creek Two Fences SEDONA CAN PREVENT WILDFIRES Andante Red Rock Loop Airport Saddle Carroll Canyon Jim Thompson Valley gs rin Sp • Inspect your vehicle for proper tire pressure, and ensure tow chains are not dragging. Tire rims and chains cause sparks if they come in contact with pavement during driving. Margs Draw Current passes pictured. All valid interagency passes honored. Bell Rock Vista Jacks Canyon Rd ANNUAL $80 MILITARY Free ACCESS LIFETIME Free Available to everyone U.S. active duty and dependents U.S. citizens with proof of disability SR. ANNUAL $20 SR. LIFETIME $80 4TH GRADERS Free U.S. citizens 62 and over U.S. citizens 62 and over U.S. Sep-Aug 4th Grade yr VILLAGE OF OAK CREEK Red Rock Ranger Station Rd Woods Canyon TO FLAGSTAFF Be av er he ad CORNVILLE lle vi rn Co Rd • Call 911 to report a wildfire. Exit 298 TO PHOENIX Pictured: Bell Trail Federal Interagency Passes Courthouse Butte Rd ts Fla • Fireworks and exploding targets are always illegal on national forests. outside of designated campgrounds Chapel House Mountain • Do not park vehicles over dry vegetation. NO Campfires NO Camping Little Horse Yavapai Point Sc ho ol Page TO COTTONWOOD Turkey Creek 7 consecutive days 12 consecutive mos 12 months Includes W. Fork, Crescent Moon & Grasshopper Pt. Broken Arrow Crescent Moon Ranch Ve rd e • Drown, stir, and feel your campfire before leaving the area to make sure it’s completely out. If it’s too hot to touch, it’s too hot to leave. ANNUAL $20 Grasshopper Point Huckaby Brewer Cathedral Rock Baldwin Red Rock State Park WEEKLY $15 GRAND ANNUAL $40 Mystic Schuerman Mtn • Only build campfires in designated areas clear of vegetation and debris. Never leave a campfire unattended, as it is illegal to do so. 2 One calendar day Old Post • Always extinguish and dispose of cigarettes properly. Don’t flick your ashes or butts on the ground—especially near vegetation. DAILY $5 Daily or Weekly vended passes are available at trailheads. Oak Creek Visitor Center Midgley Bridge Sugarloaf Red Rock Passes OAK CREEK CANYON Encinoso Devils Bridge Soldier Pass OK Thunder Mtn Girdner Red Rock Passes are available at the Red Rock Ranger District Visitor Center, Sedona Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center, Oak Creek Canyon Visitor Center, and numerous local stores and hotels. Daily and Weekly Red Rock Passes may be purchased at all required locations using your credit card at the kiosk. Call of the Canyon No campfires / No camping area Bell V-V Heritage Site 3 4 2 3 4 NORTH Private, State or City Park Boundary Paved Road Primary Highway Scenic Byway Gravel/Dirt Road Lime Kiln Trail Trail Visitor Information Trailhead Scenic View Ranger Station Fire Tower Day-Use Area Campground MILES Banjo Bill Bootlegger Call of the Canyon Crescent Moon Encinoso Grasshopper Pt. Halfway Red Rock SP Slide Rock SP B7 B8 D2 K5 E8 G9 C7 L3 C7 RRP/Veh RRP/Veh $11/Veh $11/Veh RRP/Veh $9/Veh RRP/Veh $7/Each $10-30/Veh Fee $22/Site $80-235 Per Site $22/Site $22/Site ---Yes ---Yes Yes 12 10 6 14 12 3 8 3 15 YR=Year Round 18 36 3 Yes Yes Yes 82 Yes S S S YR YR YR YR S YR YR S=Seasonal 12’ YR 36’ S 40’ YR 36’ 15’ 15’ 30’ 30’ 15’ 30’ 15’ 36’ 36’ Reservations available by calling (877) 444-6777 or visit www.recreation.gov. Red Rock Passes or Interagency Passes are NOT valid for other fee areas, developed campgrounds or State Park entry. RRP=Red Rock Pass D2 *Cave Springs J6 *Chavez Group J6 (By Reservation) D8 *Manzanita (tent only) C2 *Pine Flat 2 Drinking Veh Water Sites Max Season Campgrounds Site Name * =RRP Required 1 Day-Use Sites Loc 0 SEDONA AREA TRAILS Human and pet waste have degraded Oak Creek’s water quality and can make you sick. Don’t drink creek water, and do not enter the water if you have diarrhea or open sores. Use swimming diapers if your child is not trained. Dispose of properly. Use the toilet. DO NOT defecate or urinate in the creek. Pick up after your pets. Oak Creek Canyon 1 5 Our Partners www.SedonaRedRockTrails.org 5 REMEMBER: No bikes in designated Wilderness areas. 6 7 B A REMEMBER: When on a bike, YIELD to both hikers and horses. P O N M L K J I H G F E D C NO GLASS containers within 300 ft. of Oak Creek 9 REMEMBER: No bikes in designated Wilderness areas. 8 Red Rock Trails ELEV CHNG LENGTH ELEV CHNG Trail Trail Mi Km Ft M Loc Trail Mi Km Ft M A7 A.B. Young 2.4 3.9 2,000 610 F4 Devil’s Bridge 0.8 1.3 350 107 I1 Outer Limits 6.1 9.8 100 30 I6 Adobe Jack 2.1 3.4 120 37 G1 Doe Mountain 0.7 1.1 400 122 J7 Peccary 0.5 0.8 100 30 Loc ELEV CHNG Ft M LENGTH LENGTH Mi Km Loc G1 Aerie 2.7 4.3 220 67 I3 Drano 1.0 1.6 270 82 M7 Phone 0.5 0.8 60 18 I6 Airport Loop 3.3 5.3 200 61 C5 Dry Creek 2.6 4.2 600 183 J7 Pigtail 0.6 1.0 140 43 G9 Allen’s Bend 1.0 1.6 70 21 L7 Easy Breezy 1.2 1.9 240 73 M8 Pine Valley 1.2 1.9 120 37 G3 Anaconda 1.6 2.6 310 94 F2 Fay Canyon 1.1 1.8 150 46 H6 Powerline Plunge 0.2 0.3 30 9 H5 Andante 0.6 1.0 80 24 H3 Girdner 4.5 7.2 360 110 B8 Purtymun 0.9 1.4 1,000 305 H7 Ant Hill 0.6 1.0 50 15 H6 Grand Central 2.1 3.4 300 91 K4 Pyramid 1.3 2.1 260 79 G3 Arizona Cypress 0.8 1.2 100 30 H8 Hangover 3.3 5.3 500 152 K4 Ramshead 1.1 1.8 60 18 M7 Baby Bell 0.2 0.3 20 6 C3 Harding Springs 0.7 1.1 700 213 M7 Rector 0.6 1.0 170 52 L7 Bail 0.4 0.6 50 15 J4 Herkenham 1.1 1.8 100 30 J2 Red Rock Loop 1.4 2.3 175 53 L4 Baldwin 1.6 2.6 150 46 L7 Hermit 0.3 0.5 90 27 I2 Remnant 0.7 1.1 60 19 I5 Bandit 0.5 0.8 200 61 K7 High on the Hog 1.7 2.7 300 91 K5 Ridge 2.0 3.2 200 61 M7 Basalt 0.1 0.2 20 6 L6 Hiline 3.1 5.0 440 134 I3 Roundabout 1.7 2.7 160 50 G1 Bear Mountain 2.5 4.0 1,800 549 K7 Hog Heaven 1.2 1.9 210 64 H3 Rupp 2.8 4.5 200 61 B4 Bear Sign 3.3 5.2 650 198 J7 Hog Wash 1.2 1.9 110 34 H9 Schnebly Hill 1.7 2.7 400 122 M7 Bell Rock 0.4 0.6 200 61 O9 Hot Loop 9.0 14.5 2,000 610 J3 Schuerman Mtn 1.0 1.6 350 107 L7 Bell Rock Pathway 3.7 6.0 50 15 D4 HS Canyon 2.5 4.0 800 244 K4 Scorpion 2.0 3.2 460 140 N8 Big Park 1.0 1.6 50 15 L6 HT 0.8 1.2 0 0 D5 Secret Canyon 5.5 8.9 600 183 F2 Boynton Canyon 2.5 4.0 450 137 I8 Huckaby 2.6 4.2 170 52 K5 Secret Slickrock 0.4 0.6 50 15 F2 Boynton Vista 0.2 0.3 140 43 N9 Jacks Canyon 6.5 10.5 2,000 610 I6 Sedona View 0.6 1.0 190 58 J6 Brewer 0.6 1.0 340 104 H7 Javelina 1.2 1.9 310 94 J5 Sketch 1.3 2.1 100 30 E5 Brins Mesa 3.0 4.8 600 183 G7 Jim Thompson 3.0 4.8 100 30 J4 Skywalker 1.9 3.1 100 30 J7 Broken Arrow 1.5 2.4 300 91 G6 Jordan 1.5 2.4 200 61 L6 Slim Shady 2.5 4.0 220 67 F3 Canyon of Fools 1.2 1.9 180 55 L1 Kachina Equestrian 16.6 26.7 400 122 G3 Snake 0.4 0.6 120 37 I5 Carroll Canyon 1.8 2.9 100 30 M7 Kaibab 0.2 0.3 100 30 G6 Soldier Pass 2.4 3.9 450 137 G9 Casner Canyon 2.0 3.2 1,800 549 P6 Kel Fox 1.8 2.9 270 82 D7 Sterling Pass 2.4 3.9 1,100 335 6.4 L5 Cathedral Rock 0.7 1.1 600 183 I2 Ledge-N-Airy 4.0 I3 Centennial 0.3 0.5 30 9 K2 Lime Kiln 14.5 23.3 160 49 J8 Submarine Rock 0.7 1.1 90 27 1,050 320 H5 Sugarloaf Loop 0.5 0.8 50 15 K7 Chapel 1.0 1.6 100 30 K6 Little Horse 1.5 2.4 300 91 H5 Sugarloaf Summit 1.0 1.6 100 30 H4 Chimney Rock Pass 1.0 1.6 150 46 H4 Lizard Head 1.0 1.6 260 79 J5 Table Top 0.5 0.8 70 21 F4 Chuckwagon 3.0 4.8 200 61 L7 Llama 2.7 4.3 140 43 G5 Teacup 2.0 3.2 200 61 G6 Cibola Pass 1.0 1.6 250 76 F4 Long Canyon 2.9 4.7 500 152 D3 Telephone 1.2 1.9 1,000 305 H2 Cockscomb 3.5 5.6 160 49 I2 Lost Frontier 4.3 7.0 320 98 L6 Templeton 3.5 5.6 250 76 M6 Coconino 0.4 0.6 80 24 H4 Lower Chimney Rck 1.0 1.6 100 30 A8 Thomas Point 1.0 1.6 850 259 C3 Cookstove 0.7 1.1 800 244 N7 Made in the Shade 1.2 1.9 290 88 H5 Thunder Mountain 1.0 1.6 50 15 M8 Courthouse Butte 3.6 5.8 250 76 I7 Margs Draw 2.0 3.2 100 30 M6 Transept 1.2 1.9 460 140 H9 Cow Pies 0.5 0.8 120 37 F3 Mescal 2.6 4.2 220 67 L4 Turkey Creek 3.0 4.8 600 183 H6 Coyote 0.3 0.5 120 37 J9 Munds Mountain 2.8 4.5 400 122 J7 Twin Buttes 0.6 1.0 100 30 K5 Crescent Moon 0.9 1.4 40 10 H9 Munds Wagon 4.0 6.4 1,100 335 G4 Two Fences 0.7 1.1 160 49 I6 Crusty 0.4 0.6 80 24 K7 Mystic 1.0 1.6 150 46 D5 Vultee Arch 1.7 2.7 400 122 M9 Dairy Springs 2.0 3.2 430 131 E8 North Wilson 2.0 3.2 1,450 442 D2 West Fork 3.3 5.3 230 70 C4 David Miller 1.0 1.6 800 244 A3 Oak Creek Vista 0.2 0.3 0 0 G8 Wilson Canyon 1.5 2.4 500 152 G2 Dawa 2.0 3.2 0 0 F3 OK 0.5 0.8 100 30 F8 Wilson Mountain 5.6 9.0 2,400 732 E3 Deadman’s Pass 1.4 2.3 150 46 K4 Old Post 2.7 4.3 100 30 P7 Woods Canyon 4.3 6.8 400 122 F3 Yucca .01 0.5 100 30 Don't Bust The Crust! It's Alive! Stay on the trail, and let the crust live. Biological soil crusts are networks of living organisms on the surface of the soil. Some of these organisms are easy to see. Look for gray, white, green, and black lichen spread like a layer of stucco over rocks and the ground. This soil acts as a sponge, soaking up water during rainstorms, preventing it from being carried away by wind and rain, and slowly releasing the water. The lichen and algae provide organic matter and essential nutrients for life. 6 VERDE VALLEY’S HISTORY & CULTURE Prehistoric cliff dwellings and rock art sites offer vivid evidence of habitation over the past 1,500 years. According to archaeologists, the Sinagua (meaning “without water”) culture flourished in the Verde Valley from around A.D. 600 to A.D. 1400. Around A. D. 1400, the Sinagua abandoned the Verde Valley. They migrated to the east and then north over the course of several generations, eventually becoming part of the Hopi and other Puebloan tribes in eastern Arizona and western New Mexico. Sometime near the end of the Sinagua occupation, the Yavapai and Apache moved into the valley. Their descendants still live here today. Rock art is one of the legacies left behind by the Sinagua. Petroglyphs (pecked or scratched images) and pictographs (painted images) are found on rock panels throughout Red Rock Ranger District. The true meaning of rock art is unknown, but various interpretations exist. Rock art could be clan signs, spiritual messages, calendars, commemorations of events, or a combination. Forest Service Heritage Sites V Bar V (928) 592-0998 $ The largest known Southern Sinagua petroglyph site in the Verde Valley and still has remnants of the historic cattle ranch that used to operate from this site on the shores of Wet Beaver Creek. Recreation Pass required. Open Friday-Monday from 9:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. Palatki Reservation required (928) 282-3854 $ A Southern Sinagua prehistoric site featuring one of the largest cliff dwellings of its day and a colorful array of rock art. Charles Willard discovered the site in the 1920s and used it as his homestead. Recreation Pass required. Open daily, 9:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. State Parks Fort Verde State Historic Park (928) 567-3275 $ Nestled in the town of Camp Verde, Fort Verde Historic Park commemorates the military history of the settlement of the Verde Valley. Open daily, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Jerome State Historic Park (928) 634-5381 $ This park and museum is dedicated to mining in the town of Jerome. The museum is located in the Douglas Mansion, built in 1916 by James S. Douglas who owned the renowned Little Daisy Mine from 1912-1935. Open daily, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Protect your heritage! Honanki (928) 282-4119 $ A Southern Sinagua prehistoric site dating to about A.D. 11001300, featuring cliff dwellings and some rock art (primarily pictographs).High-clearance vehicle recommended. Recreation Pass required. Open daily, 9:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. Natl' Park Service Monuments Montezuma Castle (928) 567-3322 $ One of the best preserved prehistoric cliff dwellings in North America, featuring 45-50 rooms nestled in an alcove about 100 feet above the 1/3-mile loop interpretive trail. Open daily, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Montezuma Well (928) 567-3322 The legacy of the Sinagua culture surrounds you during a visit to Montezuma Well. From cliff dwellings perched along the rim to large pueblo ruins and an ancient pit house, the variety of these archaeological sites is a testament to the ingenuity of these people. Open daily, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Tuzigoot (928) 634-5564 $ A Southern Sinagua hilltop village built between A.D. 1125-1400, and partially reconstructed by archaeologists in the 1940s. Open daily, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Palatki DO NOT touch, disturb, or take rubbings of petroglyphs. DO NOT bring pets or animals to heritage sites. DO NOT stack rocks or leave offerings such as sage or crystals. DO NOT stray from the designated trail or create your own path. DO NOT write or scratch on rocks, walls or petroglyphs. DO NOT climb or sit on standing walls. DO NOT smoke or vape at heritage sites. OtHer Sedona Heritage Museum (928) 282-7038 $ Interpretive displays about the historic lives and livelihoods of Sedona’s founding families, the Forest Service, and local Hollywood history. The museum is located in the City of Sedona’s Jordan Historical Park. Open daily, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Honanki 77 VERDE VALLEY AREA 10 Kilometers 5 FR535 10 Miles Oak Creek Vista Visitor Center Scenic View Picnic Area Ranger Station http:go.usa.gov/PEa Pine Flat Heritage Site Forest Service Info OHV Area City/Town Visitor Center Roundabout Interstate-17 Exits Scenic Drives Scenic Drives: Paved — All Street-Legal Vehicles Banjo Bill Scenic Drives: Unpaved — All Street-Legal Vehicles Halfway Scenic Drives: Unpaved — High-Clearance, Street-Legal Vehicles Slide Rock State Park FR 761 Chavez Crossing Group R Courthouse Butte Cathedral Rock Village of Oak Creek R House Mountain Exit 306 Bell Rock R R Red Rock Ranger Station & Visitor Center Page Springs k Oa R COTTONWOOD Rd . R Cornville Mingus Mountain . Rd le vil rn Co V E R R R Exit 298 Wet Beaver Creek D Exit 289 A L L E Y Except within Hayfield Draw & on designated motorized trails/roads. Montezuma Castle Natl’ Monument R R Yavapai-Apache Visitor Center R Exit 287 H R FR214 Ft. Verde State Park R CAMP VERDE Verde Ranger Station To Prescott I Clear Creek Gen eral Riv er 8 70 FR Exit 278 8 2 3 4 Year-Round D5 Oak Creek Canyon Seasonal B6 Oak Creek Vista Seasonal F5 RR Ranger Station Year-Round D5 Sedona Visitor Center Year-Round I4 Verde Ranger Station Year-Round I4 Ft. Verde State Park $ Year-Round F1 Jerome State Park $ Year-Round C3 Honanki RP Year-Round H4 Montezuma Castle $ G5 Montezuma Well D4 Palatki (928-282-3854) RP Year-Round D5 Sedona H. Museum F2 Tuzigoot $ $ G6 V-V (V Bar V) RP Year-Round C5 Banjo Bill RP Seasonal G6 Beaver Creek $ Year-Round C5 Bootlegger RP Seasonal B5 Call O’ Canyon (W Fork) Year-Round E5 Crescent Moon F2 Dead Horse Ranch $ $ $ D5 Encinoso RP Year-Round D6 Grasshopper Point $ Year-Round C5 Halfway RP Seasonal G3 Hayfield Draw OHV Seasonal E4 Red Rock State Park C5 Slide Rock State Park $ $ $ To Fossil Creek 5 NOTE: The space between each grid line = 5 miles Year-Round Year-Round Year-Round Year-Round Day-Use Picnic Sites Year-Round Year-Round Year-Round Year-Round Site Name Fee Sn Site Max $ S 82 36’ YR 3 40’ YR 18 32’ YR 32’ B5 Cave Springs E5 Chavez Group *R only $ I5 Clear Creek I5 Clear Creek Grp *R only F2 Dead Horse Rnch ^ *S A6 Fort Tuthill # D6 Manzanita *R (Tent Only) B6 Pine Flat *R Reservations accepted at (877) 444-6777 or www.recreation.gov ^ Reservations accepted at (877) 697-2757 or www.azstateparks.com # Reservations accepted at www.campforttuthill.com RP Recreation Pass required: Red Rock/Interagency Pass, Access Annual, Military, Senior, or EKIP *S Showers on site *R *S *R $ $ $ $ $ $ 1 YR 160 45’ S 100 45’ YR 18 S 36 0’ 36’ Notes for Campgrounds Bull Pen 1 Cottonwood Visitor Ctr FR215 Verd e To Phoenix Year-Round F2 Loc FR6 18 V MOTORIZED CROSS COUNTRY TRAVEL PROHIBITED Camp Verde Visitor Ctr Campgrounds Lake Montezuma McGuireville R G V-V E R R Beaver k Cree Montezuma Well Exit 293 Hayfield Draw OHV Day-Use Area F Be av er he ad Fl at To Prescott E Little Horse R Season Heritage Sites Chapel of the Holy Cross ey all eV rd Ve . St R gs rin Sp ge Pa 761 FR ain M Jerome Dead Horse Ranch State Park Snoopy Rock R BoB Fee I4 R Red R o FR525 er Riv R SEDONA R Sc ho R ol Rd. Rd. FR153 d. ly Hill R Schneb R k ee Cr Tuzigoot Natl’ Monument D Exit 320 Grasshopper Point Site Name Visitor Centers R R Airport Crescent Moon Red Rock State Park Clarkdale Wilson Mountain R RECREATION SITE INFORMATION Loc Oak Creek Visitor Center Midgley Bridge c k Loop Jerome State Historic Park Manzanita Encinoso Heritage Museum Scan the QR code or go to the link above for instructions on how to get the map on your smart phone or Garmin devices. C FR 68 9 Sy ca mo re FR795 d. sR Pas n o ynt Bo . Dry Creek Rd 5 52 FR Verde Palatki Res. (928) 282-3854 FR 52 5C COCONINO N AT I O N A L FOREST Long C an yo n Rd FR . 15 2 Honanki Download a FREE GPS-enabled Motor Vehicle Map! A K C Bootlegger k Cree B Cave Springs Call O’ the Canyon (West Fork TH) NYON Campground Black Mountain A Exit 337 EE Each grid mark = 5 miles FR1 19 R 7 23 FR CR 0 5 Flagstaff Pulliam Airport R R K 0 Ft. Tuthill OA NORTH To Flagstaff Cr oo k Hwy 6 To Payson or Winslow 7 USDA is an equal opportunity provider, employer and lender.

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