From the bloggers at Malia’s Miles.
I had passed by the entrance to this park several times during my drives down Red Rock Loop Road, a loop I often took on the way from Cottonwood to Sedona because just the scenery along that road is incredible.
Their website describes it as “a 286 acre nature preserve and environmental education center with stunning scenery.” I had no doubt about the stunning scenery since I’d seen pictures from there and the red rock formations I’d seen around Sedona were endlessly fascinating to me.
I stopped at the visitor’s center and heard that the hike to Eagle’s Nest Vista was the most popular, so that was an easy decision.
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