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Sedona, Arizona is the crown jewel of the Verde Valley. Sedona is completely surrounded by the Coconino National Forest and serves as a jumping-off place for tours of the famous red rocks.
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Cave Springs Campground is the perfect camping spot for a semi-developed area. This campground has 78 sites in a shady stand of ponderosa pines in the upper reaches of Oak Creek Canyon.
Are you going group camping? Chavez Crossing Group Camp is the place! The group camp has 3 separate sites and is located in sycamores and cypress.
Since Sedona is surrounded by a national forest, opportunities for dispersed camping abound. And, while there's no camping at the Slide Rock State Park near Sedona, the park is always worth a visit!
No matter what type of camping you like to do, Sedona offers a campground to meet all your expectations.


Do you like geocaching? Sedona, Arizona offers over 4,200 opportunities for geocaching. When you visit Sedona, be sure to bring your GPS and look for geocaches near Sedona.
Sedona, Arizona offers great opportunities for fishing. When you visit Sedona, be sure to bring your fishing pole!

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