Not to be confused with Slide Rock State Park, this low-key 286-acre park includes an environmental education center, picnic areas and 5 miles of well-marked, interconnecting trails in a riparian habitat amid gorgeous red rock surrounds. Trails range from flat creek-side saunters to moderate climbs to scenic ridges. Ranger-led activities include nature walks and bird walks. Swimming in the creek is prohibited.

The park, 9 miles west of downtown Sedona off of Hwy 89A, is the eastern edge of the 15-mile Lime Kiln Trail.