Campground & Day Trip Information
– Rancho Sedona RV Park is located at the north end of town close to everything!  Shopping, restaurants, hiking, 4-wheeling and more!  We went in August of 2020 – Pandemic year and everyone is camping.  The RV Park was almost full.
Anchor Bay Campground Sign


Click HERE to visit the Rancho Sedona RV Park site.

The year of the Pandemic – 2020 – we had reservations to camp in Morro Bay, CA and they closed the campground.  So … we thought “what the heck” let’s try and camp in Sedona.  We had never been there and we had heard how beautiful it was.  The scenery didn’t disappoint, the 4×4’ing was really fun, the creek was cold and refreshing and it was a great trip.  And, the Rancho Sedona RV Park was really nice, beautiful trees, clean, and pretty quiet.  Check out the galleries below with the photos of our day trips!  If you’ve camped at the Rancho Sedona RV Park before and would like to share some photos with us, please send them to – TheCampsiteCompany@gmail.com

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We typically tow our Jeep with us while camping and especially to a place like Sedona.  There are many off road trails and we 4×4’d the Broken Arrow Trail and it was definately an adventure.  You will see so many Jeep tours on the trails so if you don’t own a Jeep, you can take a Jeep Tour or rent an offroad vehicle.  I’m a scaredy cat so I got out of the Jeep a lot and took movies instead!


Submarine Rock – Broken Arrow Trail – Sedona

He made it up the hill … I just stopped the video too soon.


We hiked to Devils Bridge.  We were lucky to have the Jeep as we could drive about a mile down the dirt road past the parking lot to the trailhead.  Keep in mind it was mid August so it was pretty hot and cutting a mile off the hike was great.  Make sure you take lots of water!  It was a pretty easy hike until we got to the rock steps.  It wasn’t too bad and I was able to do it, even  though I don’t hike much.  We got to the top and saw Devils Bridge.  We didn’t go out on top of it, but just took a rest and people watched.  Again, make sure you take a lot of water.  There isn’t much shade either.

devils bridge


We visited the Honanki Ruin.  It was amazing to see the ruins of where the Sinagua built their homes in the sides of the cliffs.  We had wanted to first see the Palatki Ruins but they were closed.  The Honanki Ruin is just a bit further down the dirt road.  You can tour the site itself or pay for a interpretive guide.  Find more informaton HERE You will need a Red Rock Pass to park and visit the Ruin.


From the parking lot at Honanki Ruin, you can jump on the Outlaw Trail.  We drove that trail and then jumped on the Diamond Back Trail.  There wasn’t any shade so go prepared with lots of water in the hot months!


Please let me know if you have any questions about our trip!

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