Sedona Area Parking Passes

The U.S. Forest Service raises revenue by requiring you to purchase a pass before you can park along the highway or in trailhead parking lots. Passes are available at the visitor information centers, at vending machines at some trailheads, and at gas stations and other businesses in Sedona.

Passes and Fees
1Day . . .$5
7Day . . . $15
12Month . .       $20


Some national park passes are also valid as parking passes; buying one can save you money if you are also planning to visit local archeological sites, the Grand Canyon, and other national parks and attractions. Ask at the visitor information center for details.


Visitor Information Centers


Uptown Sedona
Highway 89A at Forest Road
open 8:30 - 5:00 Mon - Sat, 9:00 - 3:00 Sun
(928) 282-7722



Village of Oak Creek
Highway 179 just south of Verde Valley School Road
(in the back of the small shopping plaza)
open 8:30 - 5:00 Daily
(928) 284-5323

map: Sedona Arizona Visitor Information Centers




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