There’s pretty much one reason and one reason only to visit Slide Rock State Park, seven miles north of Sedona: to slip down the smooth, red-sandstone water slide and be carried over the surface by a cooling creek into the swimming hole below. — Fodor’s Travel
ABOUT THE VIDEO
Filmed on a balmy Arizona day in April 2013, this video shows the chute as well as deeper pool areas where swimmers can jump off short cliffs into the water. The water temperature that day was a chilly 52F, but that didn’t stop most vacationers from jumping in and having fun. I understand the summer brings with it daunting crowds, so plan your trip during a slower time of year for sure.