Camping in Sedona
STAGE 2 FIRE RESTRICTIONS IN EFFECTAs of May 2018
The following are PROHIBITED:
- Building maintaining, attending, or using a fire, campfire, charcoal, coal, or wood stove including fires in developed campgrounds or improved sites.
- Smoking, except within an enclosed vehicle or building.
- Discharging a firearm, including target shooting, except while engaged in a lawful hunt pursuant to state, federal or tribal laws and regulations
- Using an explosive and/or explosive device. Fireworks, tracer ammunition, and exploding targets are always prohibited year-round on federal lands.
Sedona, Arizona camping and RV parks let you spend a few nights under the Sedona night sky, or make Sedona a favorite stop on a cross-country trip in your RV. It's also a great way to save money in your travel budget, with campsites ranging from just $16 to under $50 per night in most places. Let the kids enjoy gooey s'mores, share a campfire, and tell ghost stories. Enjoy a little stargazing, fishing, and boating or just relax and take in the scenery. Find Sedona Arizona camping and RV parks that offer a wide range of amenities in a variety of settings; perfect for singles, couples and families. Sedona, Arizona RV campgrounds feature hookups, showers, restrooms, laundry, swimming and more.
The campgrounds listed below are typically open during the months of April-October, which means a camphost is there to collect campsite payment as well as maintain the restroom facilities and drinking water supply. Once the campground is "closed" it is still available for free public use providing the road and gate is open, but restrooms and drinking water will no longer be provided. We recommend submitting a reservation request online through our campsite booking partner, RoverPass, by clicking on the preferred campsite listing below. RoverPass will then contact the camphost for you, reserve your requested site and forward you your confirmation details.
Tent camping is not allowed within the city of Sedona, so look for tent sites at U.S. Forest Service sites or privately-owned RV campgrounds like Lo Lo Mai in Page Springs and Rio Verde in Cottonwood. There are seven Red Rock Country campgrounds managed by the Coconino National Forest Service. The single-unit campsites are all available on a first-come, first-served basis. Group sites can be reserved ahead of time.
List and map of campsites are currently being updated. Thanks for your patience! 6/16/2017
- Dispersed Camping:
- West of Sedona: Take Highway 89A 3 miles west of Lower Red Rock Loop Road to Forest Road 525. The first 5 miles of FR 525 and all of FR 525C are open for camping with a Red Rock Pass.
- North of Sedona: Just off Highway 89A north of Oak Creek Vista at the top of Oak Creek Canyon is a dispersed camping area. This area is closed during the winter season.
- East of Sedona: North of the Schnebly Hill Vista just off of Schnebly Hill Road . Look for the "Camping Permitted" sign.
List and map of BLM and dispersed camping are currently being updated. Thanks for your patience! 6/16/2017
1. Lo Lo Mai Springs
2. Oak Creek Mobilodge
Oak Creek Mobilodge is on the banks of famous Oak Creek, shaded by an abundance of mature Sycamor
3. Pine Flat Campground
The Pine Flat Campground is located in the beautiful Coconino National Forest and is a great spot
4. Page Springs Resort & Park
The Page Springs Resort is located in Cornville, Arizona, sitting on the banks of the beautiful O
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