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Old 05-03-2015, 03:18 PM   #1
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Are there any state parks near Sedona that allow camping?


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Old 05-03-2015, 03:46 PM   #2
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Dead Horse State Park in Cottonwood. About 30 minutes from Sedona.
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Old 05-03-2015, 03:49 PM   #3
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I don't have a direct answer to your question and no offense intended, but you should really use one of the many excellent online sites for answers to this type of generic question about campgrounds in a particular area:

Allstays | Campgrounds | RV Parks

https://www.campendium.com/arizona/rv-parks

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If you want someone's opinion about a specific campground, or their idea of the best campground in an area, then the forum would be a good place to ask such a question.
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sedona camping

dead horse state park is the best. located n cotttonwood 25 miles from sedona or less.

LO LO Mai is also good it is in page springs maybe 17 miles from sedona.
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Sedona is a beautiful area, and the drive there worth the trip, all by itself.

I am very fond of the AllStays app, especially its filter option, which allows you to select only what you are looking for. Very handy.

Now, if they would just allow you to " star" favorites on the map.


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I'll also chip in for Dead Horse Ranch State Park. As a bonus, it's a good base to visit nearby Jerome.
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I'll also chip in for Dead Horse Ranch State Park. As a bonus, it's a good base to visit nearby Jerome.
Jerome is a trip! Definitely worth the visit.
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Was in Sedona last year (second year in a row). It is really an amazing place. Last year, all of the Federal parks down through the Canyon were closed. Pretty sad to see road blocks across all of the entrances. Hopefully, everything is open again. If you decide on a non-state campground, I can highly recommend Lolomai. I've been fortunate both years to have a site that backed right up to Oak Creek (adjacent to the campground). Amazing to go to sleep at night and hear the creek ....
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We have also stayed at Lo Lo Mai and it is great. It is a older park with lots of trees and very nice staff. Here is the ink to the website:

Lolomai Springs | A Secret Oasis from Time and the Desert…
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If you drive up to Jerome, besure to leave your trailer behind!
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Dead Horse Ranch is a decent SP, but it's not spectacular, and can be windy. And Cottonwood ain't Sedona. Still, if you want to visit Jerome, and other nearby attractions and ruins, Dead Horse Ranch is a good base camp.

My preference for staying in the Sedona area is a commercial park, Rancho Sedona RV Park. It's right in town, it's shady, well maintained, and decent amenities. It's about $40/night vs about $25 at Dead Horse Ranch, but then you're right there in Red Rock Country, not 30 miles away.
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Dead Horse Ranch is a decent SP, but it's not spectacular, and can be windy. And Cottonwood ain't Sedona. Still, if you want to visit Jerome, and other nearby attractions and ruins, Dead Horse Ranch is a good base camp.

My preference for staying in the Sedona area is a commercial park, Rancho Sedona RV Park. It's right in town, it's shady, well maintained, and decent amenities. It's about $40/night vs about $25 at Dead Horse Ranch, but then you're right there in Red Rock Country, not 30 miles away.
never stayed at Dead Horse, but agree Rancho Sedona is a really nice park. If you stay there, try for a site on the creek.
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I think Randho Sedona is where we stayed a couple of times.

A beautiful campground, clotheslines by their laundry facility and difficult to get a site at, because it is popular.

Just outside of town, if I remember correctly.


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