The wildflowers are here again! The annual display of area wildflowers is now at the Red Rock Ranger District Visitor Center 9:00AM - 4:30PM daily. This ever-changing live plant display is designed to show what is blooming around the Verde Valley right now! This display is courtesy of Yavapai Master Gardeners and Friends of the Forest. This popular display will be here until April 6th, 2015.
Kids! Come explore the red rocks with us! Learn about invasive crayfish and uses of plants native to the area. The nature walk involves an hour of easy hiking. Bring drinking water and wear hiking shoes. Space is limited and registration is required for this free event. This event is sponsored by Friends of the Forest and the Coconino National Forest.
Explore the Red Rock landscape through a camera lens with local photographer JK Lovelett. Suitable for all levels of experience and camera types. The walk involves two hours of easy walking and standing. Bring your camera and drinking water, and wear hiking shoes. Space is limited and registration is required for this free public event. This event is sponsored by Friends of the Forest, Arizona Natural History Association, and the Coconino National Forest.
Naturalist Chris Weld will lead you on a walk to explore the fascinating geologic forces that have shaped the magnificent landscape of the region. View the dramatic effects of Oak Creek Canyon faulting and examine sedimentary, volcanic, and erosional land features. Space is limited. Registration is required for this free event. Be prepared for two hours of moderately difficult hiking and standing. Wear hiking shoes and bring drinking water.