Parking, Traffic and the Red Rock Pass

Below are your parking options when exploring Uptown Sedona as well as Park & Ride lots to catch the Sedona Shuttle to the most popular hiking trails.

- Free All Day Parking
- Free Parking with 3 Hour Maximum Parking - Some lots are privately owned with a portion leased by the city. Be sure to observe all employee-only, no parking and other restriction signs.
- Pay-to-Park - Spaces located directly in front of the Uptown shops along Main Street, SR89A , require visitors to pay to park.

  • Pay stations accept coins, bills, major credit cards and pay-by-phone apps.
  • Pay stations are as easy to use as an ATM. Follow the instructions displayed on the screen or pay by phone using the PassportParking app available from the App Store or Google Play. There is a 10-cent convenience fee to use the app.
  • Pay-by-phone users who sign up for the app and enter Parking Zone 846 can skip the pay station.
  • Enter your license plate numbers and letters when prompted.
  • A reminder text message option notifies you that your time is about to expire with the option to extend meter time by phone, even without using the app.
  • The cost to park varies with seasonal fluctuations in visitation. The pay schedule will be clearly visible when you park.
- Park & Ride Sedona Shuttle - Free shuttle to the most popular trailheads in Sedona

Tips and Regulations

Never leave a child or pet unattended in a vehicle, even for a minute. Although the outside temperature may be mild the interior of a vehicle heats rapidly, even with the window left slightly open.

Lock your vehicle and secure all valuables out of sight.

All lots are handicap accessible. A handicap license plate or placard does not exempt you from paying parking fees or allow you to park illegally.

RVs and motorhomes must park in designated spaces and may not park parallel across parking spaces designated for standard vehicles.

Sedona Shuttle

Park & Ride to the Most Popular Trailheads
The free, easy and eco-friendly way to explore some of Sedona’s favorite trails! Shuttles run year-round, Thursday thru Sunday 7:00 AM to 5:30 PM during the summer months.

Sedona Shuttle provides transportation from two Park and Ride lots to popular trailheads:

Trailheads Served by Sedona Shuttle

  • Cathedral Rock
  • Little Horse
  • Soldier Pass
  • Dry Creek Vista, with access to Devil’s Bridge
  • Mescal

Note: During days and hours when the shuttles are running, the parking lots at the Cathedral Rock and Soldier Pass Trailheads will be closed. All visitors are asked to use the shuttle to access these trailheads. Outside of shuttle hours, the trailhead parking will be open. Parking at all other trailheads will be open as determined by the National Forest Service.

Shuttle Info:

  • Cost: Free to park and ride. No Red Rock Pass is necessary.
  • Pets: Only service animals are allowed on the shuttle. Service animals are defined as “any guide dog, signal dog, or other animals individually trained to work or perform observable tasks for an individual with a disability.
  • Bikes: Shuttles are equipped with a bike rack to carry 3 bikes at a time. These are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. If there is room in the vehicle, additional bikes may be accommodated in the wheelchair positions inside the bus.

For more detailed information, please go to the Sedona Shuttle official website.

Sedona shuttle

Roundabouts are designed to make intersections safer and more efficient for drivers, pedestrians and cyclists. There are two types of roundabouts: Single-lane roundabouts and multi-lane roundabouts.

There are a few key things to remember about driving roundabouts:

  • Yield to drivers in the roundabout
  • Stay in your lane; do not change lanes
  • Do not stop in the roundabout

As you approach a roundabout, slow down and watch for pedestrians in the crosswalk. Look to your left as you near the entrance to the roundabout. Yield to traffic already in the roundabout. Once you see a gap in traffic, enter the circle and proceed to your exit. If there is no traffic in the roundabout, you may enter without yielding. Look for pedestrians and use your turn signal before you exit, and make sure to stay in your lane as you continue around the roundabout. Staying in one's lane is particularly important in the two multi-lane roundabouts you'll encounter in Uptown Sedona at the "Y". Get familiar with the lay of the land in Sedona before you go, so that you can prepare yourself to be in the correct lane at these two busy traffic circles. You'll likely want to stick to the outermost lanes so you can safely exit right out of the roundabout to get to Uptown, the Shops at Pinon Pointe, or Tlaquepaque.

Sedona is surrounded by lots of National Forest Service land, so if you want to hike, picnic or just get up close and personal with the red rocks, you will likely need to purchase a Red Rock Pass for parking and access. Red Rock Passes are $5 per day, $15 per week or $20 per year and are available at Sedona’s visitor centers, trailheads and many businesses and hotels in town.


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Sedona Hiking App

Take a Hike! The Sedona Hiking App currently has over 110 trails, over four hundred miles of trail documented and available in the App. You can follow your location in real time and always know where you are on the trail. Visit and explore www.SedonaHikingApp.com for trail listings and

Take a Hike! The Sedona Hiking App currently has over 110 trails, over four hundred miles of trail documented and available in the App. You can follow your location in real time and always know where you are on the trail. Visit and explore www.SedonaHikingApp.com for trail listings and hike highlights with pictures from the trails.

Here's how it works: After you decide on the trails you'd like to experience, download the trails onto your device (with a network connection) and 'select' them as you do the hike. Click 'Take a Hike' to see the map. Everything you need is in each hike package, including driving directions This really is hiking for everyone. Easy, moderate, and hard day hikes to enjoy the grandeur of Sedona!

Check out our new Discovering Sedona Landmarks app!


Wildland Trekking

Go on an epic journey in Sedona or to the Grand Canyon! Services include 1 to 8 day hiking adventures, tasty backcountry cuisine, and quality gear served up by America's most experienced and knowledgeable Grand Canyon guides. 25+ years experience in adventure travel.

Granite Mountain Guides - Prescott

Granite Mountain Guides was established on the foundations of providing exceptional instruction to climbers that are just learning the craft. From there it expanded into how we can best serve the local community even more by promoting wonderful areas for all to experience on our guided tri
Granite Mountain Guides was established on the foundations of providing exceptional instruction to climbers that are just learning the craft. From there it expanded into how we can best serve the local community even more by promoting wonderful areas for all to experience on our guided trips. All of our Instructors are well-qualified American Mountain Guides Association certified in their specific terrain. Granite Mountain Guides can fulfill your needs and help you achieve your goals.

Sedona UFO Tour Guided By Contacted Scientist

At sundown, all participants caravan 3 miles to a parking area with a dark sky. 3rd gen night vision goggles are distributed to see what can't be seen with the naked eye. Satellites, airplanes and UFOs are seen every night.

Personal UFO Tour: With 3 or more in a

At sundown, all participants caravan 3 miles to a parking area with a dark sky. 3rd gen night vision goggles are distributed to see what can't be seen with the naked eye. Satellites, airplanes and UFOs are seen every night.

Personal UFO Tour: With 3 or more in a party, the Sedona UFO Tour Guide comes to you with the gear and the information that has made Michael THE guide to hire for a UFO Tour.

Conversations with a Contactee: Michael will buy lunch and spend an hour sharing his ET contact story, and answering the attendees' questions.


Clarkdale Rocks Gem & Mineral Show to be held September 23rd - 25th, 2022

The Semi-Annual Clarkdale Gem and Mineral Show and Sale; Mingus Gem & Mineral Club, will be held at the Clark Memorial Clubhouse Auditorium, 19 N. Ninth Street in Clarkdale, Arizona on September 23rd - 25th, 2022. On Friday and Saturday, the show will be open to the public from 9:00 AM

The Semi-Annual Clarkdale Gem and Mineral Show and Sale; Mingus Gem & Mineral Club, will be held at the Clark Memorial Clubhouse Auditorium, 19 N. Ninth Street in Clarkdale, Arizona on September 23rd - 25th, 2022. On Friday and Saturday, the show will be open to the public from 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM, and on Sunday the show hours are from 9:00 AM until 4:00 PM.

FREE ADMISSION; Dealers, wire-wrapping and geode-splitting demonstrations, agates, fossils, gems, beads, findings, cabochons, crystals, geodes, rock slabs, tumble-polished minerals, handcrafted jewelry, carvings and unique gift items; Kids' Corner offers free mineral specimens for children 12 and under; Kids can play the Spin-n-Win Wheel.

Get your mineral specimens ID'd while experiencing great family fun for everyone from youths to seniors!

Daily raffles will be held for a chance to win one of many beautiful prizes to be offered throughout the show. This is a fun and educational event the entire family will enjoy. Admission is free.

Sponsored by the Town of Clarkdale, www.clarkdale.az.gov

Contact Information: For more information, please contact Bill Hedglin at billkarin3@q.com, (928) 634-0269 or Mike Kavanagh at kavanagh1368@yahoo.com, (928) 451-9193.

Visit the club website for more info: www.mingusgem.club


Predator Zip Lines

Experience the wind ripping through your hair on a thrill ride over nature's wildest predators. Enjoy the adventure of a lifetime on a world-class zip line over Out of Africa Wildlife Park in Camp Verde Arizona! We are conveniently located less than 20 miles from Sedona, in the heart of

Experience the wind ripping through your hair on a thrill ride over nature's wildest predators. Enjoy the adventure of a lifetime on a world-class zip line over Out of Africa Wildlife Park in Camp Verde Arizona! We are conveniently located less than 20 miles from Sedona, in the heart of Northern Arizona's wine country, just minutes from tasting rooms and vineyards. From the top of the towers, you can see majestic red rocks, the San Francisco peaks, and the whole breathtaking Verde Valley including Cottonwood, Clarkdale and Jerome. Come join us for a Zip Line adventure that you'll never forget! Ride the most exciting zip line ever devised, over Out of Africa and soar over Lions, Tigers, Wolves, Hyenas, Bears, Jaguars and other natural predators!


Wine Tour from Sedona to the Verde Valley Vineyards in Luxury Transportation

Our tour to four wineries will be either in a luxury tour coach or in a luxury SUV depending on the size of the group going out that day. You may choose to enjoy tastings or bottles of award-winning wines. You will receive discounts for tastings and bottles of wine, at some of the winer

Our tour to four wineries will be either in a luxury tour coach or in a luxury SUV depending on the size of the group going out that day. You may choose to enjoy tastings or bottles of award-winning wines. You will receive discounts for tastings and bottles of wine, at some of the wineries. Also, we are the only tour company that allows you to bring your own alcoholic (or nonalcoholic) beverages with you on the bus. At one of the wineries, we will have a picnic, outside next to the grapevines or inside depending on the weather. The picnic is served on linens, includes a personal charcuterie board. This includes French bread, gourmet cheeses, hard salami, olive oil with balsamic vinegar, grapes, nuts, and chocolates, for each individual person on the tour. At one of the award-winning wineries, we will be touring the production facility and barrel room. There we will discuss the wine-making process and what it takes to make a cluster of grapes into an award-winning bottle of wine.


Bliss Wine Tours - The Most Luxurious Vineyard Tour in Sedona

We are the most luxurious, customer-focused, wine tour company in Sedona! With extravagant limousines for larger groups and plush SUV’s for smaller groups. This tour helps you maximize on time while up in Northern Arizona, with a duration of 5+ hours. We spend an average of a little ove

We are the most luxurious, customer-focused, wine tour company in Sedona! With extravagant limousines for larger groups and plush SUV’s for smaller groups. This tour helps you maximize on time while up in Northern Arizona, with a duration of 5+ hours. We spend an average of a little over an hour at each vineyard. Here’s one of many tips we will give you, after booking: You are able to imbibe on alcoholic beverages while traveling to and from the wineries and Sedona, with Bliss! This is a true day of pampering! This includes Excellent wine, Amazing food, Luxurious vehicles, Guides that want nothing more, than to make your heart Blissfully happy - Cheers!


eBike Adventure Tour - Village of Oak Creek

If you're visiting Sedona and looking for a great way to see the main sites on the East side of Sedona, then look no further than eTrekAdventures Village of Oak Creek half-day tour. This tour is a great way to experience several of the major scenic sights in this area including stops at Ca
If you're visiting Sedona and looking for a great way to see the main sites on the East side of Sedona, then look no further than eTrekAdventures Village of Oak Creek half-day tour. This tour is a great way to experience several of the major scenic sights in this area including stops at Cathedral Rock, the Village of Oak Creek, Bell Rock, and Chapel of the Holy Cross. Each stop offers a brief break in the riding and a chance to take that epic photo to share with family and friends. The tour finishes back at the start point. A total of about 1 hour of riding broken up by several stops, each stop varying from 15-20 minutes, completing the approximate 2 - 2.5 hour total trip time.

Inflatable Kayak Adventure from Camp Verde

Arizona's Verde River is a National Wild and Scenic River, which means it's recognized nationally for its extreme beauty. Don't miss the chance to kayak down the river at your own pace, taking in the views as you go with this Verde River Inflatable Kayak Adventure from Camp Verde. A sin

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