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Dine with friends, family, and nature.

site 1 Brins Mesa Trailhead

distance

6 miles

tables available

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public restroom

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You’ll have earned a snack after a challenging hike toward spectacular views of Chimney Rock and Wilson Mountain.

TIP: The end of the trail is shady, lightly traveled, and offers a great chance to see wildlife.
site 2 Crescent Moon Ranch / Red Rock Crossing

distance

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tables available

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public restroom

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With Cathedral Rock as your backdrop, you’ll find a serene, tree-lined park perfect for indulging in a bottle of wine and the surrounding scenery.

TIP: At the right time of day, the reflection of the rocks in the water is a sight to see.
site 3 Girdner Trailhead

distance

9 miles

tables available

no

public restroom

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Enjoy something light to eat as you take in beautiful views and watch visitors on horseback take to the one-way trail ahead.

TIP: This trail was originally intended for mountain biking, but over time it has become a great hiking trail.
site 4 Jordan Historical Park

distance

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tables available

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public restroom

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Bring a bite to eat on your way to the Sedona Heritage Museum, and snack near a large apple orchard and fruit trees.

TIP: Save some energy to enjoy the park’s interpretive nature trails.
site 5 Posse Grounds Pavilion

distance

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tables available

no

public restroom

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Take your lunch under the shade of one of ten ramadas and enjoy massive vistas and extensive amenities, like its beautiful pavilion, multi-use fields, pickleball and sand volleyball courts, and a dog park.

TIP: Historically, this area was used as a staging ground for the sheriff’s posse.
site 6 Red Rock State Park

distance

2 miles

tables available

yes

public restroom

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With its stunning greenery, wildlife, and the cool water of Oak Creek, no place better captures the full range of Sedona’s beauty like this 286-acre nature preserve.

TIP: This is a “carry-in, carry-out trash” park, so there are no trash cans to be found.
site 7 Sunset Park

distance

N/A

tables available

yes

public restroom

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Sunset is the perfect time to snack at this park full of fun amenities, like tennis and basketball courts, large grass fields, and a splash park for kids.

TIP: For nature lovers, the park is home to the quarter-mile Lollipop Trail.
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