The Sedona Red Rock Trail Fund has raised more than $2,475,000 since inception - all for the maintenance and enhancement of the trails in the Red Rock Ranger District.
The funding from the Sedona Red Rock Trail Fund has been vital to the USFS's recent successes. Over time, the Red Rock Ranger District has used the funding to help preserve, protect and grow the trail system by:
Monies have also allowed the Sedona Red Rock Trail Fund to create an endowment fund (held by the Arizona Community Foundation) to ensure that funding continues.
History of New Trail Construction
61 miles of new trails constructed in Sedona's Red Rock Country
Forest Service Crew Accomplishments in 2022
During the Fall of 2020 and Spring 2021 trail seasons, public volunteer resources were unavailable due to the pandemic. The contribution of local volunteers is vital to production. With a combination of workers from the USFS, American Conservation Experience, Arizona Conservation Corp. and Friends of the Forest, we were able to achieve some impressive new construction and heavy maintenance milestones.