Sedona Red Rock Trail Fund

More than 1 million people enjoy the Red Rock Trails each year and there are more than 250 miles of public trails surrounding Sedona and the Village of Oak Creek.

The community's help is needed to maintain and improve our trails.

  • Who we are

    The Sedona Red Rock Trail Fund is a volunteer coalition of hikers, bikers, equestrians and outdoor enthusiasts who believe that the trails that connect us to the adventure and beauty of the Red Rock are worth caring for.

  • What you can do

    The Sedona Red Rock Trail Fund was created with just one goal: to sustain and enhance the Red Rock trail system. Please consider a donation, grant or bequest to the Sedona Red Rock Trail Fund.

  • How we do it

    Every dollar donated goes directly toward our partnership with the Forest Service to achieve the essential maintenance and enhancement of these extraordinary Red Rock trails.

  • Donate

    The magic of these forest trails and their natural surroundings can only be sustained with your help. Your contribution is critical. Red Rock Trail Fund is a 501(c)(3) organization so your contributions are tax deductible. Donate now!


    USFS 2016 trail crew funded in part by SRRTF
    Trail surface rock armoring
    Trail crew drainage work
    Old Post Trail reroute
    Fence repair along trail
    New Trail Construction
    Boulder removal off trail
    2016 Trail Volunteers

  • 2016 Accomplishments

    Here are some of the accomplishments for the winter season (October 2015 until April 2016) funded by the donations to the Sedona Red Rock Trail Fund.

    Accomplished with a 5 person trail crew and a lot of volunteer help.
    Highlights include:

    • 140 miles of maintenance done by USFS crew (does not include maintenance done by volunteers)
    • 5.6 miles of new trail constructed (Skywalker, Over Easy, Manzanita, Scorpion, Pyramid in Sedona area)
    • 1.9 miles of reroutes/heavy maintenance (retaining walls, major tread work, etc.) completed.

    Arizona Conservation Corps (AZCC) 2 person crew for 12 weeks helping with maintenance on trails near Sedona

    Forest Service coordinated more than 70 volunteer trail work events for trail work in the Sedona area and had over 800 volunteers come out to help throughout the season. This adds up to over 4000 volunteer hours. All with a perfect safety record and smiles at the end of the season!

Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.
Dr. Seuss