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All reviews beautiful drive hairpin turns dairy queen slide rock state park west fork trail winding road scenic route native americans every turn beautiful scenery red rocks beautiful area hiking trails take your time take pictures sedona area great hike
The ride through the mountains resembles a roller coaster ride. There is a scenic overlook off the road to stop at. They have restrooms and many tables of handmade Indian items. This is a great little stop.
Wow, we were really surprised at how huge this canyon is and how many scenic photos of the walls and drops there are. We had just come from the Grand Canyon, but the ride we took through the Canyon on Highway 89A was still very...More
This is the type of drive you would love to keep a secret. Drive slow and enjoy the scenery. There are plenty of accommodations throughout the drive including resorts and primitive camping. Downtown Sedona is a short drive away for shopping, food, and a cool...More
Nice stop on the way into Sedona.. parking a little scarce on the weekend but we found a spot, others waited for someone to pull out. Several place to overlook and all were beautiful. Native American's there hawking jewelry and tee shirts... could do without...More
There are two roads to get you from Flagstaff to Sedona. You can take I-17 or 89A.
89A also Oak Creek Canyon or the Old Canyon Road. The locals call it the Switchback. Drive it and you will understand why they call it the switchback....More
Don't go from Flagstaff to Sedona or vice versa without taking this route - you don't know where to look there are so many breathtaking views. Only sad part is everyone seems to be in a hurry so sometimes you feel rushed, but ignore them...More
What a scenic drive! We recommend pulling into each picnic spot and taking a few minutes to relax and enjoy the views
The Native American crafts at the overlook at the northern end of the canyon was a special way to end the drive
We've driven the route many times but have not been there in years. This time, we noticed that vegetation and buildings have really started to obscure what used to be lovely creek views. The road is still fun and has a lot of surprises.
Take 89A North through Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon to Rt17 north through Flagstaff, 1ten Rt180 to right on 64 to the S rim of the canyon. If you can't find accommodations Iin the Grand Canyon Village, try Tusayan, several... More
Take 89A North through Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon to Rt17 north through Flagstaff, 1ten Rt180 to right on 64 to the S rim of the canyon. If you can't find accommodations Iin the Grand Canyon Village, try Tusayan, several miles south of the canyon.
My husband and I visited Slide Rock State Park on the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend. We were there by 10 AM and were able to park in the lot (beware the $35 park entrance fee under certain circumstances). Easy paved... More
My husband and I visited Slide Rock State Park on the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend. We were there by 10 AM and were able to park in the lot (beware the $35 park entrance fee under certain circumstances). Easy paved walkway leads to the concrete stairs that descend to the boulder- and rock-lined creek bed. I do not consider this easily accessible at all.