Manzanita Campground is a small and very popular campground that is open year round and located just outside of the main town of Sedona. It boasts a great fishing hole, birdwatching and just great scenery in general. It however is pretty small, so sites get taken up fast. It has 18 campsites of which about 10 are reservable
Getting ThereFrom Flagstaff
Drive south on Highway 89A for about 21 miles. It will be on your left hand side.
Drive north on Highway 89A for about 6 miles. It will be on your right hand side.
- $18 (Up to 8 people)
(Space permitting) - $7
Picnic or Day use
(10am-1pm) - $7 (Camp spots are available for this use during these times)
- $6 per bag or $15 per 3 bags (Available from camp host)
50% discount may be available for holders of the Golden Age/Access passes or the America the Beautiful Senior/Access passes
This discount excludes the general America the Beautiful pass holders unless they have the special designation of Senior or disabled.
No Trailers, only small vehicles and tents allowed
No utility hookups
Quiet time from 10 pm to 6 am
Pets are allowed, but need to be on a leash or restrained somehow
Stays are limited to 7 days
No motorbikes except for entering or leaving campsite
No glass containers at nearby Slide Rock State Park or Grasshopper Point swimming areas.
18 sites are available at this campground, 10 of which are available by reservation
Reserve your spot here
Reservations must be made 2 days or more in advance
Red Rock Ranger District
P.O. Box 20429
Sedona, AZ 86341
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