Sedona’s Parks an Ultimate Guide

Sedona is famous for its beautiful Red Rock scenery and hiking trails and millions of tourists visit us every year to enjoy one of the most spectacular areas in the world. But are you aware that the City of Sedona maintains several parks that cater to both residents and visitors.

Posse Grounds Park 525 Posse Ground Rd Sedona 86336

Posse grounds Park

Posse grounds Park

Sedona’s first park Posse Grounds is in West Sedona and covers over 78 acres. In the past, this area was used as a staging ground for the Sheriff’s Posse. Today the park offers several amenities to the community. There are ten covered and landscaped ramadas that can be reserved for parties and special events. Posse Grounds Park includes:
Skate Park
Sedona Dog Park 950 Soldiers Pass RD
• Teen Center

Sunset Park  655 Sunset Dr Sedona 86336
Sedona’s newest park is over 7 acres located in West Sedona. It features a splash park for the kids, tennis courts, basketball, pickle ball and a nature walk. Sunset Park opens on May 15th for the season
• Splash Park

Sedona Wetlands Preserve  7500 W SR 89A Sedona 86336
The Sedona Wetlands Preserve occupies approximately 27 acres in Effluent Management Area 2, which is located south of the Sedona Waste Water Reclamation Plant. The wetlands consist of six basins, with a total water surface area of approximately 12.2 acres or 9.6 million gallons. The water within these basins is supplied by effluent from the Sedona WWRP which is treated to meet A+ Effluent Quality Standards.

Greyback Park  SR 89A & Dry Creek RD
Greyback Park, located a quarter of a mile north of the intersection of State Route 89A and Dry Creek Road. This quaint park space, provides an example of the City’s commitment to creating open park spaces for resident’s enjoyment. When Dry Creek Road was realigned and straightened, Greyback Park was created from the extra roadbed. This park (.27 acres) has several benches for sitting and watching birds, butterflies, and the occasional resident that happens by.

Jack Jamesen Memorial Park & Sedona Military Service Park  SR 89A & NorthView DR
Sedona has many community and pocket parks for the visitors and residents of Sedona. Jamesen Park (.38 acres) was one of the first to be created. It features a red brick pathway that meanders through several raised planting beds and mature trees.
The Sedona Military Service Park at Jack Jameson Memorial Park honors those citizens of the greater Sedona area who have honorably served in the United States Military. All five branches of the Military are represented.

Jordan Historical Park  735 Jordan RD Sedona 86336
This park is the site of the former homestead of Walter and Ruth Jordan and the current site of the Sedona Heritage Museum. The focus of the museum is on the Pioneers of the Sedona area, from the earliest settlers in the 1870s through the heyday of western film making in the 1950s. The museum is open daily from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Botanical Garden  SR89A & Arroyo Pinon
Sedona’s Botanical Garden offers a quiet space (.28 acres) to view native plants, trees and shrubs, amidst the hussle and bussle of West Sedona. Local citizens and various organizations generously donated the plants that fill this garden. While strolling through the garden, be sure to take time to read our plant identification signs.

Schnebly Memorial Garden/Uptown Parking Lot  260 Schnebly RD
In 2001 the City built a free municipal parking lot in the Uptown area located on the corner of Schnebly Road and Peach Lane. Gardens for Humanity constructed the Sedona Schnebly Memorial Garden at this site which was the last home site of T.C. and Sedona Schnebly (Sedona’s namesake). Gardens for Humanity is also responsible for rescuing the irises originally planted by Sedona Schnebly

Sedona Bike Skills Park Project
Open Soon

Sedona Dog Park

Sedona Dog Park

For more detailed information on Sedona’s Parks. Be sure to visit City of Sedona City Parks

Ralph Bredahl, Associate Broker and Tricia Bredahl, Realtor are Sedona Realtors with Realty One Group Mountain Desert and have been serving Arizona home buyers and home sellers since 1997. The Sedona and the Verde Valley include the cities and towns of Sedona, Cottonwood, Clarkdale, Jerome, Camp Verde, Montezuma Lakes and Rio Verde


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