Sedona Arizona Campgrounds & Camping

Sedona Campgrounds
Oak Creek Canyon Camping

A camping paradise. Take a short drive north of Sedona up Oak Creek Canyon and you'll discover spectacular adventure playgrounds. Thick, lush forests. Shimmering Oak Creek. All back-dropped by sheer canyon walls. Scenic views in every direction. Swim, fish, hike, explore and jump into clear-water pools. Convenient access and family friendly for the outdoor enthusiasts.

There are four developed campgrounds including Manzanita, Bootlegger, Pine Flats, and Cave Springs set along the banks of Oak Creek in Oak Creek Canyon described as one of America's most scenic drives. Some campgrounds accept reservations while others are first-come, first-serve. Get there early, they fill-up quickly during the high season.

The weather is ideal for camping from late spring through September. The winter months can become quite cold with occasional snow. Check the temperatures in Sedona but keep in mind that the elevations in Oak Creek Canyon are about 500 to 1,000 feet higher than downtown Sedona, Arizona and will therefore become slightly cooler.

Camp Amenities

All campgrounds have restroom facilities, picnic tables, grills, and fire-rings. Fire wood is available from campground hosts onsite. Only tent-camping or sleeping in small vehicles is permitted. RVs, motor homes and trailers are prohibited. All camping grounds have drinking water except Bootlegger. Cave Springs has shower facilities.

Sedona and Oak Creek Campgrounds

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Sedona Area Campgrounds & Camping