Springs Campground is located at the northern end
of Sedona's famous Oak Creek Canyon, 11 miles from the 89A
turnoff in Sedona. Cave Springs is the largest campground along scenic Oak Creek. There is enough room for the kids to burn off the extra energy and fishing is right on your doorstep if you reserve a site along the creek. Of the 78 campsites, the entire A loop is available for reservation only. The remaining loops are first come first served. See map below.
If you have forgotten anything, Cave Springs has opened a new expanded store that stocks the essentials. There are toys for the kids, cookware, liquid gas, beverages and candy. Ice and Firewood are both available at the store also. The additional items available are a nice addition to this first class campground.
Cave Springs is located just a few miles
north of Slide Rock State Park, a great place to have a
picnic and enjoy the scenery. No glass containers or pets
are allowed in the park. Slide Rock was named one of Life
Magazines top 10 swimming holes.
Campsite Panoramas - See each campsite at Cave Springs Campground.
trout are stocked weekly throughout the summer months
by the Arizona Game and Fish Department . Winter fishing can be tough, but
nice holdover trout bring anglers here year round. A
two mile stretch of the creek from Junipine lodge to
just below "Call
of the Canyon" is
a catch and release area, with lure and fly fishing only.
Fishing license are available nearby at the Historical
Hiking in Oak Creek is incredible. The "Call Of The
Canyon" day area is just south of the campground and
offers wonderful day hikes of up to 11 miles into the West Fork of Oak Creek
as well as the surrounding areas.
From Phoenix, take I-17 to Hwy 179, north to Sedona. Go
north on Hwy 89A in Oak Creek Canyon 11 miles. If coming
from Flagstaff on I-17, take Hwy 89A south into Oak Creek
Canyon 18 miles.
Hiking in and around the Oak Creek Area is one of the highlights of any trip to the canyon. Here are a few near Cave Springs Campground.