- Stay on marked roads & trails.
- No pets allowed.
- Charcoal fires in grills only.
- Wood gathering prohibited.
- No swimming or wading.
- No fireworks.
- Do not remove vegetation, wildlife, rocks, or artifacts.
- Keep all sound devices to an individual hearing level.
- Be sure to take out trash you bring into park.
- Visitors must stay on designated trails.
- No rock climbing.
Q: Why are the rocks red?
A: Because they contain a bit of iron … they are rusting!
Q: What is the house up on the hill?
A: It is the House of Apache Fires, built in 1947 by Jack and Helen Frye.
Q: Why don’t you allow dogs and other pets in the park?
A: Red Rock State Park is a Center for Environmental Education and as a nature preserve it is our mission to protect the environment and the wildlife that live here. Pets may leave droppings or intrude on others’ enjoyment of the park.
Q: What should we do if you see a snake?
A: Stop and observe them. They will move slowly from the trail giving you ample time to snap a picture.
Q: Can we fish in the park?
A: You could, however you would not have the luck you are hoping for! According to Arizona Game and Fish, the cold water begins up in Oak Creek Canyon above Grasshopper Point where fish are stocked.
Q: Which is the best hiking trail in your park?
A: All our trails are special and beautiful and range from easy flat walks along Oak Creek to higher trails that take you up to our scenic vistas.
Q: Will we see a cougar on our hike?
A: Cougars are very secretive and elusive. Their main prey is mule deer and they tend to hide from humans. If you are lucky, you might see their tracks in the mud under Kingfisher Bridge.
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- Lake Havasu
- River Island
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- Yuma Territorial Prison
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- Fort Verde
- Red Rock
- Riordan Mansion
- Slide Rock
- Verde River Greenway
- Boyce Thompson Arboretum
- Fool Hollow Lake
- Lost Dutchman
- Lyman Lake
- Tonto Natural Bridge