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Slide Rock Market has everything you need to make your visit something to remember. We have the food, drinks, water gear, toys, souvenirs, and more to make your day special!

Join us for a fun-filled day on the creek, or attend a special seasonal event now.

people playing at slide rock

Slide Rock Market

Our family run store will make you feel right at home in the world renowned setting of Slide Rock State Park! Come on in and see what we have to offer.

Enjoy the Day With…

  • Seasonal Clothing

  • Water Play Toys

  • Snacks and Candy

  • Hot and Cold Food

  • Cold and Hot Drinks

  • Ice Cream

  • Ice and Coolers

  • Curios, Art, and Souvenirs

  • Towels and Water Shoes

  • Hats, Ball Caps

  • Misc – Sunscreen, Batteries

Come In


Slide Rock Park Beauty

Slide Rock State Park takes its name from a natural water slide formed by the slippery red rock bed of Oak Creek. The park is located in Oak Creek Canyon 7 miles north of Sedona. Slide Rock State Park is located on Coconino National Forest land and is co-managed by the Arizona State Parks agency and the U.S. Forest Service. Tall red rock formations that are typical of the region also surround the park, which contains a 43-acre working apple farm. The land was first developed by Frank L. Pendley, who arrived in the canyon in 1907 and acquired title to the land under the Homestead Act in 1910. Pendley developed an irrigation system (which is still in use today) and planted an apple orchard in 1912.

fun at slide rock
pendley homestead slide rock

Slide Rock Park History

The state completed a road through the canyon in 1914, and Pendley built rustic tourist cabins in 1933 that in part survive today. Many films were shot in the area including, Angel and the Badman (1946), Broken Arrow (1950), Drum Beat (1954), and Gun Fury (1953). The park was purchased by Arizona State Parks from the Arizona Parklands Foundation on July 10, 1985, and dedicated as Slide Rock State Park in October 1987. The Pendley Homestead Historic District was accepted onto the National Register of Historic Places on December 23, 1991. The apple farm is one of the few homesteads still preserved in Oak Creek Canyon. Come join us and experience the nature and history of this amazing destination.


Slide Rock Market


Store Phone:


Summer Store Hours:
Weekdays: 10am-5pm   Weekends:  10am-5pm

Winter Store Hours:
Weekends 11am-4pm


6871 State Hwy 89A,
Sedona, AZ 86336


Park and Facility Hours

November 26 - February 3
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

February 4 - November 25
8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Park Entrance Fee

November - February
Per vehicle (1-4 adults): $10.00

March 1 - Thursday before Memorial Day
Per vehicle (1-4 adults): $20.00

Friday before Memorial Day - Labor Day
Per vehicle (1-4 adults): $20.00 Mon-Thurs

Per vehicle (1-4 adults): $30.00 Fri-Sun, holiday Mondays

*Motorcycle: Entry fee is 50% of the per vehicle fee

Additional Adult: $5.00

Pay with Visa, MasterCard, or exact cash.

rock jumping at slide rock

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