Camping near Sedona

Hike and camp among ancient ochre rock formations in scenic Sedona.

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Arid Retreat - Glamp with Kiya

1 site · Lodging2 acres · Sedona, AZ
You are invited and welcome to our cozy camper van-inspired glamping retreat in Sedona! Nestled on a scenic property with breathtaking views, our charming accommodations offer a perfect blend of comfort and adventure without the need for mobility. 🌬 Step into your inviting camper van-style space, where simplicity meets relaxation. Choose a heated or naturally ventilated haven with a comfy Murphy bed for a peaceful night's sleep. Our main house provides communal areas for yoga, cooking, and bathroom facilities, ensuring convenience and a touch of community. 🕊 Embrace the tranquility of Sedona's landscape as you embark on a unique glamping journey. Whether you're here to find inspiration, unwind, or enjoy a good night's sleep, our camper van-style retreat offers a distinct experience. ⚖️ Feel free to mingle in our communal areas or savor the serenity of your private camper van-style haven. It's all about finding your perfect balance between socializing and quiet moments. 👣 For nature lovers, nearby hiking trails beckon, providing a chance to explore Sedona's wonders. A short 10-minute walk leads you to the creek and the heart of main Sedona, making it easy to explore local shops and restaurants. Come join us for a simple, inviting, and unique glamping experience in Sedona. Whether you're a seasoned traveler or new to the scene, our retreat invites you to discover the magic of Sedona in a cozy, stationary haven. ~~~~~~ So, please feel free to message us! 🌞 If you have any questions we will be happy to answer them and until then, with love, we look forward to meeting you and your future stay! ✨ 🚐 🏜
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Beaver Creek Oasis

4 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents21 acres · Rimrock, AZ
Located on Beaver Creek on 21 acres you may choose your site tucked in the mesquite bosque or among the sycamores. The 1 1/2 mile dirt road is rough but worth the effort. Close to Sedona, Page Springs wineries, hiking and relaxing. See the stars at night and let nature rejuvenate. The alpacas will be pleased to eat some grain from your palm and the rooster will wake you at dawn ready for the start the morning. Arrival before dark required for check-in unless approved by host in advance. Pitch your tent or park your van in a designated site of your choosing on 21 acres either tucked in the mesquite bosque, near the creek (hike-in) or among the sycamores (drive-in). The 1 1/2 mile dirt road is rough but worth the effort. Close to Sedona, Page Springs wineries, hiking and just relaxing. See the stars at night!  Arriving before dark on your check-in day is required.
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Hawks Hideaway Camping, LLC

17 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents7 acres · Cottonwood, AZ
We offer various camping accommodations, as well as a teepee. See our different listings for info on each. A few choice examples of local activities to do on or very near to our campsite include: Bird watching, hiking, river rafting or tubing, kayaking, fishing, swimming, horseback riding, stargazing, and even rockhounding. This area conforms to the Arizona Dark Sky initiative, and while we are not dark-sky certified, we've had several guests compliment us on our location. When it comes to rockhounding, or amateur geology, this is a fantastic area for exploration and study.  The cliff walls of the Verde River offer clear and distinct sedimentary layers, and the frequent flooding of the massive sandy riverbed reveals countless undiscovered treasures.We gladly welcome pets, including horses, as long as the guests inform us of their presence, and takes care of all their needs, including cleaning up any mess. There is a professional horse-boarding field and stables adjacent to our property, and a long pleasant trail allows horseback riders to follow the Verde Greenway into Old Town Cottonwood if they so desire. Please remember that this is a natural and secluded spot located directly adjacent to the state-maintained Verde Ripparian Greenway and the Verde River. This means you may encounter wildlife and pests associated with being in such close connection to nature. Be prepared to tuck your food away and bring ample protection from the insects.
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Rural Ranch & Petting Farm

5 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · Cornville, AZ
Harmony Acres is a small, relaxed family farm in the high desert near the red rocks of Sedona, AZ. We love to host nature and animal loving people that want a taste of country life. Our guests often become our good friends. We have the friendliest farm animals that you can meet and greet, and you can help around the farm if you want to participate or learn. Our sunsets and night star-gazing are just spectacular and we're enough off the beaten path that there's no crowds or traffic to deal with, but you are close to dining and area attractions. This is a quiet, rural neighborhood and a peaceful farm that borders the National Forest for easy hiking and few neighbors. The farm animals do cluck, crow, whinny, neigh, baa, bleat, squeal, and oink at various times, including early morning. There is one mile of a somewhat bumpy gravel road with hills to reach our neighborhood, so please make sure you are ready for that and have adequate towing power. The nearest services and dining are 5 minutes away. We are about 25-30 minutes to Sedona, the Village of Oak Creek, and the popular red rock hiking sites. There are many wineries and dining right down the road to enjoy. 1 hour to Flagstaff, 2 hours to Phoenix. Come enjoy a taste of rural Arizona!
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Sun & Moon Geo Dome Retreat

2 sites · Lodging2 acres · Dewey, AZ
It seems like nearly everyone who comes here says this is a peaceful place!  It's like being out in the country whilst still being close enough to so many things, halfway between Sedona and Prescott, in a neighborhood with dirt roads and farm animals in which horses have the right away. The mountains are hypnotic. The air is clean. The stars are breathtaking. You can see the Milky Way on a clear night. The sunsets and sunrises are gorgeous and we see a lot of double rainbows here. The dome is fully furnished for 4 people. Inside there's a queen bed, futon, clean linens, table w/chairs, portable a/c, electric heater; propane heater, lamps, microwave (for indoor cooking), ice maker, Keurig coffee maker, mini-fridge, USB & outlets for small devices (light electrical usage only), and WIFI is available. Plus a yoga mat, books, & a binder with food and sightseeing recommendations for the area. Outside there's a picnic table, propane grill with side burner, propane firepit with comfortable seating surrounding. The clear dome windows are showing signs of aging, so the best star and sunset/sunrise viewing is outside. The outhouse building is equipped with a camping toilet, pump sink, and a camping shower (now heated!). One towel per guest, grill utensils, cups, and plate ware provided. Bring disposables if you do not want to wash your own dishes. Most of the time guests are able to park next to the dome but sometimes, weather depending, it will be necessary to park and walk in about a hundred feet away from the dome. Also on the property you'll find a walking path carved out through the trees behind the dome with a medicine wheel and labyrinth. The property is located in a rural neighborhood so there are other houses around, but at a far distance, with still plenty of privacy.  There are lots of animals like cardinals, hawks, owls, blue jays, roadrunners, hummingbirds, jackrabbits, cottontails, coyotes, and mule deer.  Farm animals like donkeys make sounds in the distance which is pretty comical at times. There are occasional sightings of beer, wolves, and mountain lions. The location is central to so many incredible places to explore. Within an hour each direction, there is distinctly different natural terrain to discover. Our local Mortimer Farm is 7 miles away and has a bakery (breakfast/sandwiches/treats), seasonal activities including pick your own food, farm dancing, and monthly farm to table dinners. We also have a local winery, golf course, café, pizzeria, subway and BBQ restaurant.  Here are some of the sight seeing possibilities you could use this location to launch from, just to get your mind percolating: Grand Canyon (2.5 hours)Devil’s Bridge (Sedona) Cathedral rock (Sedona) Bell Rock (Sedona) Oak Creek Canyon (Sedona) Bumblebee Giant Saguaros (North Phoenix) Watson’s Lake (Prescott) Granite Dels (Prescott) Ghost Town Tour (Jerome) Lowell Observatory (Flagstaff) Wupatki National Monument (Flagstaff) Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument (Flagstaff) Arizona Snowbowl (Flagstaff) Antelope Canyon (Page) Lake Powell (Page) Horseshoe Bend (Page) Petrified Forest National Park (2.75 hours) Meteor Crater National Landmark (2 hours) Walnut Canyon National Monument (Flagstaff) Montezuma Castle National Monument and Well (Camp Verde) Out of Africa Wildlife Park (Camp Verde) Desert Botanical Gardens (Phoenix) Wine Tasting (Page Springs) It's my intention that anyone who stays here, leaves more nourished in spirit, more firmly planted in their true selves and more deeply in alignment with nature's rhythm. Looking forward to your visit!
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Harmony House Homestay

8 sites · LodgingSedona, AZ
Our property is situated in the heart of West Sedona and is a place of harmony and spiritual light. Only a few minutes walk from the Amitabha Stupa and Thunder Mountain Trail, you will find a peaceful and quiet neighborhood with irresistable mountain views and the convenience of shops, restaurants and supermarkets just down the street. We are happy to be settled in one of the most beautiful locations in the world!Please respect the privacy of others and we kindly ask that you don't wander the property without permission. Parking - 1 car per booking. No RVs or oversize trucks, please. SUVs and minivans are fine. We host FREE meditation classes by appointment only. Regarding late hours - for a peaceful night sleep, we ask our guests to quiet down completely by 10pm. For late arrivals, please come quietly. :) Looking forward to having you!
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Sacred Springs

5 sites · Lodging, Tents8 acres · Lake Montezuma, AZ
Sacred Springs A phenomenal, sacred riparian corridor. Sacred Springs offers a retreat for seekers of serenity and spiritual renewal. Just up the creek from the iconic Montezuma Castle National Monument and down from the enchanting Montezuma Well. Your journey will begin long before you arrive, as you enter into the sacred river valley and embark on the primitive road that leads to our desert oasis. From our campsites, you'll have the remarkable opportunity to witness the echoes of the past and the pulse of the present, as the nearby I-17 highway traces the path of this ancient route. As travelers journey along this prehistoric corridor, their footsteps echo those of countless generations who traversed these lands long before us. —Driving atop the mesa, you'll feel the powerful frequency of the desert enveloping you and by the time you reach Sacred Springs you’ll sense, the immense potential for transformation and connection that awaits you.— Our campsites have breathtaking, panoramic sunrise and sunset views overlooking a powerful confluence of Wet Beaver Creek and Dry Beaver Creek. While Sacred Springs offers a breathtaking retreat amidst the beauty of nature, it's important to note the inherent dangers of our unique landscape. Perched on a cliff 60 feet above the creek, our property boasts stunning views and serene surroundings—but it also requires vigilance and care. The terrain here is steep and unforgiving, reminding us to slow down and savor each moment mindfully. (Please, remain on trails at all times.) With every step, it's crucial to remain fully present, ensuring proper footing and safe navigation at all times. —As you explore the wonders of Sacred Springs, let this be an opportunity to hone your senses and cultivate a deeper connection with the earth beneath your feet. Embrace the challenge of traversing the rugged terrain, knowing that every cautious step brings you closer to the heart of this sacred sanctuary.— This land holds the echoes of a prehistoric ancient community that thrived right here, utilizing irrigation for farming and dwelling in cliffside abodes. Picture yourself immersed in the rich history of the Hisat'sinom, sitting in a cave dwelling pondering about the daily lives of the ancients. You'll have the opportunity to reconnect with yourself, and to heal. Relax fully immersed in a natural riparian corridor as you hike along the creek, find your peace in one of our hammock swings next to the creek, or witness the breathtaking sunrise and sunset, from the best seat in Arizona. —With mindfulness and respect for the land, may your visit be one of discovery, growth, and profound reverence for the natural world. Sacred Springs. 🌞🏜️ Driving from Sacred Springs— •Fossil Creek: Distance: Approximately 35 miles Driving time: Around 1 hour and 30 minutes •BullPen: Distance: Approximately 21 miles Driving time: Around 1 hour •Snowbowl/ Humphrey’s Peak trailhead (Flagstaff): Distance: Approximately 65 miles Driving time: Around 1 hour and 20 minutes •Sedona/ Village of Oak Creek: Distance: Approximately 17 miles Driving time: Around 25 minutes •Montezuma Castle National Monument: Distance: Approximately 7 miles Driving time: Around 15 minutes •Tuzigoot Monument: Distance: Approximately 20 miles Driving time: Around 40 minutes •Cornville: Distance: Approximately 10 miles Driving time: Around 20 minutes •Camp Verde: Distance: Approximately 9 miles Driving time: Around 20 minutes •Cottonwood: Distance: Approximately 17 miles Driving time: Around 33 minutes •Jerome: Distance: Approximately 25 miles Driving time: Around 50 minutes •Grand Canyon, Bright Angel Lodge: Distance: Approximately 130 miles Driving time: Around 2 hours and 20 minutes •Prescott Downtown: Distance: Approximately 35 miles Driving time: Around 55 minutes •Phoenix Sky Harbor Distance: Approximately 100 miles Driving time: Around 1 hour and 40 minutes •Flagstaff: Distance: Approximately 50 miles Driving time: Around 1 hour •Four Corners: Distance: Approximately 276 miles Driving time: Around 4 hours 15 minutes
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Mount Elden Views and Stargazing

1 site · RV, Tent2 acres · Flagstaff, AZ
Get away from it all when you stay under the stars. Expansive Mount Elden views and stargazing. No septic available. Water may be available through a hose, and electric may be available through an extension cord. This is open space on 2.5 acres w over 100 small ponderosa pines in a meadow. A deck patio situated under a 90 foot Ponderosa with great views. amazing trails nearby for hiking and biking.
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Cardinal’s Grove

1 site · RV1 acre · Cornville, AZ
This property is surrounded by Mesquite trees boasting beautiful country views located in a picturesque green belt of Arizona. The graveled site includes a paver patio, table and chairs, a chiminea for fires and roasting marshmallows, and bird feeders with many active birds 🦅. It is situated on a one acre property which includes our home. Take a stroll around the country neighborhood, explore trails, grab a hamburger at the local burger place! A 10 minute drive to gorgeous wine country of Page Springs where you can enjoy a glass of wine and take in Oak Creek. Wonderful restaurants and shopping to enjoy in nearby Cottonwood and Jerome.
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Healing in Harmony

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Sedona, AZ
Camp under the stars in our one of a kind cozy van life experience. This magic filled space is just 20 minutes from the center of Sedona. Enough distance to reset from the high energy of the vortex but close enough to enjoy views of the epic red rocks. VOC offers delicious restaurants, cute shops & hikes within a 10 minute drive! The drive to and from this cozy home is nothing short of magic filled. Our space is perfect for a simple glamping experience or to retreat for deep healing. The communal space offers meals & healing ceremonies upon request in advance, yoga and meditation space, red rock gazing from the balcony, fire pit, restrooms, & kitchen access.
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The Otterlimits

1 site · RV, Tent1 acre · Camp Verde, AZ
Notice: Beasley Flat Rec. Area is open again as of 4/20/23 The area is part of the National Wild and Scenic preserve on the Verde River. The river is one of the only few free flowing rivers in Arizona. Otters, Beaver, Blue Heron and a vast amount of migratory birds call it home. Once an inland water way to the Sea of Cortez, the river was part of the trade route during ancient times. Many Indian Ruins and archeological sites to visit in the area. Scenic boating, hiking and ATV trails right from your campsite. Learn more about this land: Pitch a tent or a small camp trailer in a 1/2 acre Mesquite grove. Five minute stroll to the Verde River. Horse Back Tours and Boat rentals available locally within walking distance. National Forest recreation area (Beasley Flat) close by. Many Indian ruins, entertainment, wineries and mountain trail to explore in the area. Great wildlife viewing in the scenic Verde Valley of Arizona.
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Verde River Vortex

4 sites · Lodging2 acres · Clarkdale, AZ
Learn more about this land: Greetings fellow adventure lovers! Welcome to Verde River Vortex where we have Comfy Cabin Camping with access to tons of outdoor activities just out the back door. The Cabins are nestled around a patch of Bamboo and other high desert vegetation as well as a very rich cultural history with many Ruins and Other Native American Sights in the surrounding areas. The Verde River is one of Arizona's only two Wild and Scenic Rivers, yet it remains relatively undiscovered as a recreational resource is within walking distance and offers endless exploration and water fun in the Spring and Summer Months! The road to reach us is breathtaking in itself with ancient Sinaguan Ruins and strangely beautifully sculpted landscapes along the River drive. Enjoy miles of forests, rivers, lakes, swimming, hiking, mtb, all near by and all while being comfy and cozy for a nights recharge to do it all again after a hot shower or Jacuzzi or our Absolutely AWESOME wood fired Sauna with Cold water dipping pool under the stars. Each Cabin is fully equipt (hot water/appliances/kitchen/bathroom/dishes) as an Adventure base during your stay providing a comfortable, cozy and unique location for couples or small groups/families to enjoy while adventuring and creating memories in the area. We provide various suggestions on local activities for our guests to enjoy as well as helpful tips to get the most out of their stay. TWO CABINS AVAILABLE: Crystal Cabin Loft With Outdoor Jacuzzi - 1-4 ppl Great For Couples Juniper Cabin 1-4+ ppl Better for families or larger groups needing more space. More details on the spaces can be viewed in the individual cabin pictures/description. approx times to various points of interest from VRV: The Grand Canyon - 2.5hrs Cottonwood - 10-20 Sedona - 30-45 min Flagstaff - 1hr Prescott - 1hr Bryce Canyon - 6hrs Zion Nat Park - 5hrs Mexico - 6-7hrs **It should be noted that this is a Rural Area in which case you might hear Farm Animals, Dogs, Critters like Cayotes ! We are located on a Dirt Road, 4x4 is not needed unless we are having very stormy weather** Safe Adventuring to all and feel free to reach out with any questions.
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Camping near Sedona guide

Overview

In the heart of Arizona's Red Rock Country, the cozy city of Sedona attracts outdoors enthusiasts, art lovers, and spiritual seekers with its mix of galleries, spas, restaurants, and—according to some—energetically charged vortexes. Even still, Sedona’s most striking feature is its fantastic landscapes, and there are plenty of excellent spots in the area worth exploring. Popular hiking trails include Cathedral Rock, with its red rock views, and Bell Rock and Boynton Canyon (both known for vortexes). Slide Rock State Park offers refreshing swimming holes right in the heart of Oak Creek Canyon.

Where to go

Northern Arizona

Stretching across the Colorado Plateau, Northern Arizona is the lushest part of the state, with a mix of lakes, mountains, ponderosa pine forests, and desert landscapes. Sedona and nearby Flagstaff are both within this region's boundaries, as is Grand Canyon National Park. Campers have options here, with campsites available in Pine Flat Campground, Manzanita Campground, and Cave Springs Campground. Dispersed camping areas also dot the Coconino National Forest.

Central Arizona

South of Sedona, Central Arizona offers a mix of wilderness areas and big cities, notably the Phoenix metropolitan area. It's also home to the Montezuma Castle National Monument, a short drive from Sedona in the town of Camp Verde, as well as Kartchner Caverns State Park.

Southern Arizona

For a taste of the Old West, head to Southern Arizona, where you'll find a mix of historic sites, ghost towns, and even wineries. Highlights for nature lovers include the cactus-filled Saguaro National Park in the Sonoran Desert and the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, just outside of Tucson.

When to go

Sedona is at its busiest during the summer months, when it plays host to all sorts of cultural and music festivals. However, this time of year is also hot, and temperatures of over 100°F are common. If the combination of heat and crowds sounds less than ideal, consider visiting in early spring or late autumn, when temperatures are hot but not scalding. Winter is also a good option, when daytime highs hover in the 60s.

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