Red Rock Country Ranger Station in the Coconino National Forest – Sedona, Arizona
Red Rock Country Ranger Station ~ Coconino National Forest – Sedona, Arizona – If you plan to spend anytime outdoors in the red rock country of Sedona, Arizona, which you simply must do, then it is nearly imperative that you stop and visit the Red Rock Country Ranger Station just outside of Sedona, Arizona.
When exploring the beautiful red rock country of Sedona, it is very likely that you will need a Red Rock Pass in your vehicle.
A Red Rock Pass (or America The Beautiful Interagency Pass, Golden Age or Golden Access) is required when recreating on National Forest land in Red Rock Country, a high-impact recreation area. The pass must be displayed in the windshield of the vehicle. Vehicles parked on the National Forest in the red rock area that do not display a valid pass in the windshield are subject to receiving a citation. A pass is not required for incidental stopping to take a photograph or to enjoy a scenic vista (approximately 15 minutes or less).
The Red Rock Pass is $5/daily, $15/weekly, or $20/annually.
Besides being a convenient place to buy your Red Rock Pass as you enter Sedona, you will find the ranger station a treasure trove of information regarding:
- Hiking Trails
- Scenic Drives
- Horseback Riding
- Wilderness Areas
- Picnicking Spots
- Cabin Rentals
- Maps & Brochures
- Ancient Cultural Sites
This bustling ranger station is brand new and a wonderful place to get all your questions answered about “all things outdoors” in Sedona’s world-famous red rock country.