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Camping Rim of Sedona’s Oak Creek Canyon

June 4th, 2010 · 2 Comments

Directions from Phoenix: (all mileage #’s are ROUGH estimates)
From I-17 to the I-40 junction at Flagstaff. Go west on I-40. Turn right at the Flagstaff Ranch Road exit. Go to the stop sign and turn right onto Old Route 66. Turn right at the Woody Mountain Campground onto Forest Road 231 (Woody Mountain Road) for 21 miles and watch for Forest Road 231A. Do not take Forest Road 231A but continue along Forest Road 231 for another .8 of a mile, looking for the second turnoff to the right. This is FR 231E and is also signed “Fernow Draw.” Stay on the main road and drive another 10-15 miles. We will be camping on the right side of the road on the edge of the canyon.

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2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Rob // Apr 22, 2014 at 9:27 am

    Hey there,
    I am looking for a “perfect” spot to camp and overlook Sedona from the rim. Would you reccomend this location? I’m taking my wife to celebrate our 6 month anniversary.

  • 2 Hector // Dec 1, 2015 at 1:08 am

    I’m guessing that you are mnneiag come to Sedona and attend a retreat. I highly recommend it. This retreat is my 7th. Yes, 7th. I come for many reasons now, but the main one is that it is always like doing 3-4 months of intense personal growth in one week. You can’t beat that.No matter what your focus is in spirituality, it certainly seems the case that we all are destined to do some ego housecleaning as I like to call it. Spirit wants to express itself more fully through us, and so we clean out the garbage that prevents that. The Sedona Method is one of the best at doing that. Byron Katie also has some great stuff in that regard.Look for a post about this retreat later today.

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