Camping In Sedona AZ - Coconino National Forest

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Camping in Sedona at Pine Flats Campgrounds

Sedona Camping - Pine Flat

This Sedona camping location is about 12 miles north of Sedona, in scenic Oak Creek Canyon, near Cave Springs, on State Route 89A.

The turn-off is on the West Side of the highway.

If you're driving north from Sedona, the turn is LEFT. Arriving from Flagstaff, AZ, the turn is RIGHT.

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Sedona Camping Details for Pine Flat

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NOTE: PINE FLAT IS CURRENTLY CLOSED, due to construction. No public announcement has been made yet regarding the projected re-openning. For the most current information, we recommend you call or visit the Red Rock District Forest Service.

OpenNormally, from early Spring - late Fall. Currently CLOSED.
Number of SitesAbout 56 Single-Use Sites.
Reservable Sites18. These are nearest the creek.
Fees$20 Per Night, Up to 8 People.
Additional Vehicle$10 More, Space Permitting.
RV & Trailer ParkingYes, up to 30 feet long, but no hookups.
PetsWith Leash/Restraint, Dogs are Welcome.
Stay LimitUp to 7 Days.
Firewood OnsiteYes. $7 Per Bag.
Showers?Yes. $4 Minimum. Coin-op.
GPSN35° 0' 45.0354", W-111° 44' 18.8514"

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Making Reservations

How To Get The Best Sedona Camping Sites?
Make A Reservation To Camp Nearest The Creek.

Call the following number to reserve your Sedona camping site:

The National Recreation Service
TDD 877-833-6777 (For Hearing Impaired)
Hours: 10am to 12 midnight Eastern Standard Time

Reservations can be made as soon as 240 days in advance, but, at least 48 hours before arrival.

Coconino National Forest Service - Red Rock Ranger

Camping in Sedona Arizona

Additional Sedona camping info can be found at the Coconino National Forest - Red Rock Ranger Station, a convenient place to pick up Red Rock Passes, that come with a free map of Sedona trails.

You can also purchase an in-depth Sedona map, like the plastic coated Beartooth topographic Sedona AZ map.

You can get friendly in-person answers to all your questions by calling these folks. Or, visit them in Village of Oak Creek:

US Forest Service
Red Rock District
Coconino National Forest

8375 State Route 179
Sedona, AZ 86351 (VOC)

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