2014 March Events at Red Rock State Park in Sedona, Arizona

Red Rock State Park Events
Guided Hikes, Birding, Geology, History and More!
March 2014

Red Rock State Park in Sedona, Arizona has a great line up of events, presentations and guided hikes in store for you this March. From bird and nature walks, to a survival workshop, to a Guided Geology Tour, to a special presentation featuring Jim Turner “For God, Gold, and Glory: The Coronado Expedition”, this will be a fun month at the park!

Red Rock State Park – Guided Bird Walk
Every Wednesday and Saturday Morning (9:00 am)Red-Rock-State-Park 2
Meet up with other bird lovers at the visitors center at 9:00 am and enjoy a leisurely stroll through one of the most popular parks in Northern Arizona . Rangers recommend that visitors bring their own binoculars. A limited number are available for loan from the Park. For more information on this Sedona hike please visit Red Rock State Park.

Daily Nature Walk
Nature walksEvery Day at 10:00 am
you can join a naturalist for a guided nature walk of one and a half to two hours. You will be introduced to the riparian ecosystem of Oak Creek and other aspects of the Park. Some of the subjects that may be discussed include plants, wildlife, geology, history, and archaeology. For more information on this Sedona hike please visit Red Rock State Park.

Guided Geology Tour
March 9th, 2014 (1:00 pm)
Red Rock State ParkRed Rock State Park is located at the base of the Mogollon Rim, the southern edge of the Colorado Plateau. Over millions of years of erosion the rim has receded over four miles leaving behind the picturesque features of Sedona. Join Red Rock State Park’s knowledgeable volunteers as they venture out on our trails and discuss how Sedona transformed into what we see today. This is an interpretive experience for both the beginner and experienced hiker, lasting between 2-2 ½ hours and an elevation gain of 250 feet. Please bring water and wear suitable footwear. For more information please visit Red Rock State Park or call 928.282.6907.

Big 5 Survival Priorities with Tony Nester
March 1st, 2014 (8:00 am – 4:00 pm)
Have you ever wondered what to do if you were lost and had to spend the night in the wild unprepared; Or maybe how you can prepare yourself for a similar situation? Join us on March 1st for a daylong survival class with nationally known Tony Nester. Tony will be covering the “Big 5 Survival Priorities”. This class will cover shelter, emergency fire-making, water location, signaling and survival kits. Space is limited to 15 participants, so call ahead to reserve your spot. The workshop reservation fee is $65.00 which includes park entry. For additional information and reservations, please call (928) 282-6907.

For God, Gold, and Glory: The Coronado Expedition
March 30th, 2014 (2:00 pm)
Red Rock State Park is pleased to present “For God, Gold, and Glory: The Coronado Expedition” featuring speaker Jim Turner. Francisco Vasquez de Coronado entered Arizona with the largest European expedition know to North American history in 1540. Though the exact route through Arizona is unclear, historians have entertained the idea for years. Join us as Jim Turner leads us on a virtual tour through images by famous artists, maps, scenic and historical photographs, and archeological remains from one of Coronado’s campsites. For more information on this Sedona event and reservations, please call Red Rock SP at (928) 282-6907 or please visit the Red Rock State Park

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Stay with us at the Best Western PLUS Inn of Sedona this Spring!
Enjoy the hotel’s award-winning terraced design that takes full advantage of its hilltop location with promenade decks all around that allow our guests to enjoy 360 degree red rock views without leaving the hotel. Take a stroll along the sunrise side as the day begins, and take in the views as you have your breakfast. In the evening, stroll over to the west side to watch a spectacular sunset right from the deck, perhaps with a glass of wine in hand. To make reservations at our Sedona hotel please click here.

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