Nevertheless, even today it amazes me that I'm still learning about this ever-expanding science. That's the fun of astrology; new tidbits of astrological information just keep popping up! This mystical land is famous for its vortex energy and power spots. It never occurred to me that I would ever live in Sedona.
I assumed I would live in San Francisco -- the city of my birth -- all my life. But, in , I visited enchanting Sedona for the first time. My love for Sedona's red rocks was instantaneous.
San Francisco is beautiful architecturally; Sedona has a natural beauty. I moved to Sedona in late and soon incorporated knowledge learned here into my chart readings. For example, the planet Pluto has an important influence in Sedona. In , Pluto was discovered at the Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, a city twenty miles north of Sedona. The site was long and dry We liked being able to walk to UPtown Sedona!!
It was a little hilly The campground was quiet, and the restrooms, albeit rustic and a little old, were very clean. Coyotes roamed freely in the evenings at dusk. This was our first time camping in a motorhome. The office staff was extremely friendly and helpful. I wish we could've stayed longer, it was so relaxing and peaceful. It was very quiet and serene.
Definitely worth the price and would stay here again. I highly recommend driving into the town of Jerome. It's an old town with a lot of history and many shops to browse. Site was a large, gravel, back-in, FHU with 50 amp electric. The park has lots of trees to provide relief from the Arizona sun.
We had good Verizon voice and data reception. We were able to locate 2 of 3 Dish TV satellites. The adjacent site was very close to our driver's side windows. Nice campground within walking distance of Sedona tourist center. Lots of rules to obey, with the 10 o'clock inside the camper rule, no sound being the hardest one to obey. But it has the result of a great pieceful camping experience, even with our 4 kids! Would go here again.
Enjoy the river running next to the campground, it's a treat on hot days! Watch if you enter Sedona from the North, it has some steep declines and the road is narrow at points with no margin for error.
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We booked last minute and could only get a full sun site that was tricky to back into. But it turned out to be fine - we had morning and afternoon shade. We only needed to put our awning out in the middle of the day. Most of the sites are full shade and the summer temperatures were wonderful in the shade. The Wifi worked great. We had fun playing in the creek at the campground with our dog.
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Everyone that works at the campground is very nice and they all seemed to know our dog's name and said hi to him which was very sweet. You can walk up to town - it takes about 15 minutes. You can also drive and park for free behind a lot of the shops. One of our only complaints is they could probably use more showers. I did have to wait a few times because there are only two showers and I noticed a lot of other campers like to take showers at the campground instead of in our campers.
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We were told to go to Slide Rock by some friends but it isn't dog friendly. If you are traveling with a dog be aware that we did see a skunk running through the campground one night.
The town has light restrictions which made viewing the Milky Way at night perfect! We were supposed to stay for one week and once we arrived we knew we had to extend our stay to two weeks! If you enjoy healing crystal stones, we highly recommend the Crystal Magic store over on 89A. We went at least 6 times during our 14 day stay. They are so friendly and knowledgeable about stones, books, incense, jewelry and more! They also loved our dog coming in to shop. Then there are two stores called Crystal Vortex in the downtown Sedona shops and they have a great selection of stones with knowledgeable friendly staff, too.
There is a Friday morning farmer's market at the Tlaquepaque complex and we really enjoyed it. Creekside has outdoor dining that is dog friendly and they have a dog menu! And if you need an oil change the team at Sedona Oil and Lube were all super friendly! Paleo Brio and Tamaliza were yummy, too. This is simply the best park in the Sedona area. Unfortunately, that means it is hard to get in Book early! Located within walking distance of downtown Sedona, restaurants, and shops.
Local tourist activities like the Pink Jeep Tour will pick you up right at the park. Even though you're close to the center of everything, it is quiet, with quite a few sites backing right up to Oak Creek. Staff in the office is friendly, helpful, and efficient.
The staff that takes care of the grounds works hard at keeping things up and it shows. Sites are clean and the utilities are in working order. As in most parks these days, they have wifi that works really well early in the day, but slows down significantly once the data hogs show up and start streaming Netflix Our only suggestion is that the dog run could be larger.
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All around, a great place and we will definitely be back when we return to the Sedona area. If you want to see Sedona, I don't think you can beat this campground. Clean, spacious enough sites, great internet, and television reception. And, you can walk to the stores in the Tiaquepaque section of town.
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There is quite a bit of town that is too faraway to walk to, but it was nice to be close to a part of the town. Pretty neat. Sedona is an awesome place to visit, especially if you like to hike a lot. The grounds were well kept and the bathhouses were spotless, level gravel sites with easy hookups and nice shade. The staff was very friendly and it was easy to navigate around the park, the creek borders the north side of the park and was perfect for wading in after a long day of hiking. The only downside we could think about we the amount of cottonwood pollen snow?
We also had a major wind gust come up suddenly, as fast as I got the awning in it was over. They do have some rules that seemed strange like you have to be in your rig by pm, but that was fine by us, who stays up later than that anyway? We did try and do some star gazing but we had a bright moon, so not that terrific timing for us.
You can walk to everything easily, the Tlaquepaque mall has a couple of nice restaurants and further up the street the Oak Creek Bistro had nice patio dining. Very upscale place. A little strict about our dogs--we were not allowed to have them sit outside our trailer while we were inside. Very neat grass covered dog park. Nesting great blue herons overhead was a special plus.
Some terrific sites next to the creek with lots of grass would cost more, but might be worth it.
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We'll be back. Terrific rocks; terrific hikes. If you plan to hike or even do a driving geology tour, Buy a Red Rock Pass to trailheads.