Welcome to the historic River Stone Cabin! A Sedona "glamping" experience on the sacred grounds of Camp Avalon -- a spiritual nature retreat and campground in majestic Sedona, Arizona on the banks of famous Oak Creek. Enjoy swimming, fishing, and dozens of hiking trails while staying at the River Stone Cabin and you'll be just 15 minutes from the shopping and fine diningContinue reading...
Welcome to the historic River Stone Cabin! A Sedona "glamping" experience on the sacred grounds of Camp Avalon -- a spiritual nature retreat and campground in majestic Sedona, Arizona on the banks of famous Oak Creek. Enjoy swimming, fishing, and dozens of hiking trails while staying at the River Stone Cabin and you'll be just 15 minutes from the shopping and fine dining options of downtown Sedona. Get the best of what this beautiful area has to offer from the comfort of a cozy, heated cabin for two! Features a writing desk, queen bed, patio sitting area, and a perfect hammock spot out back!
NOTE: This is a rustic camping experience; there are no showers or running water at the cabin.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Camp Avalon's River Stone Cabin in Arizona.
Places to see near Camp Avalon
The vibe at Camp Avalon's River Stone Cabin
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The people at camp were friendly and responsive. The host was very helpful. We arrived after dark, sometime after 9pm. We only had 2 issues: The room was pretty hot and took a couple hours to cool down to outside temps with windows open and a fan on high. We had a tent camper right outside one window, and another one about 25 ft out the front door. The photos online make it look more private and secluded than that. Besides that, it was a nice place to crash for a night if you want a bed and don't mind driving a little outside town. Thanks!
Our stay was fantastic! The cell reception was pretty spotty, and there were no fires allowed due to county wide ban. But otherwise we thoroughly enjoyed the site and area. Super friendly staff also.
Awesome, quiet campsite located just a few minutes away from West Sedona. Very close to tons of trailheads. Creek within the campsite was nice and refreshing for after the hike. Good well water is available on site.
This is a great little quirky historic space that fit exactly what we wanted for our Sedona excursion. We were flying in and didn't feel like bringing our backpacking stuff in flight (had a wedding to attend), so having a bed and roof over our head while still being in a camping space was perfect. Bed and space was clean. Wildlife abounded around the area. Campground was clean, unique and near some great trails. Host was nice and informative. Upon his recommendation we made sure we were up before sunrise to see the wildlife and get the the "tourist" hike prior to people. Creek was fun to freshen up in. For a real shower prior to the wedding we got a day pass to a local gym which was close by. Highly recommend this campground and the small rock cabin.
The little cabin was very comfortable, and very clean. I was alone, and stayed for one night, but it would have been fine for a couple, too. The bed was comfortable, and fitted with sheets and blankets. I found the site exactly as portrayed in the pictures. On the slightly down side, the potable water was confined to what was available in a small dispenser inside the cabin. It wasn't enough to use for boiling food packs in a camp stove, to make coffee, and to drink to stay hydrated. To avoid having to run to the store to buy water, future campers could check via text message and ask how much water will be provided. Also while bedding was very nice, no towels were provided, also a head's up for future campers. There were several nice fire rings and outdoor tables but to my understanding there was not a clear system of notifying that there was a fire restriction in effect. But in all it was a very positive experience and I would stay again. I was there in October, and the night sky was beautiful, the air was crisp and refreshing. The sound of the nearby Oak Creek was very relaxing.