At Travelocity, prices for Slide Rock State Park hotels range from $139 per night to $313 per night. The cost of lodging near Slide Rock State Park depends on the location, time of year, and amenities you need to create your ideal national park vacation.
You can choose from 2,286 hotels near Slide Rock State Park at Travelocity–so you’re sure to find one that’s right for you in the park or in the nearby cities and towns.
In this fantastic national park, choose from a spacious vacation rental for a family escape to a cosy condo for a romantic outdoorsy getaway or a brilliant hotel base for a weekend of adventures. Streamline your search list with filters for hot tubs, pools, kid-friendly or adult only. There’s exciting Slide Rock State Park accommodation whatever your wish list and whatever your budget.
Slide Rock State Park is almost made for families, so at Travelocity, we have a great selection of family-friendly hotels near Slide Rock State Park that offer adapted rooms, baby-sitting services, kids club, and more. To find a stay that fits your family, you can also filter your search by popular kid-friendly features, such as pools, waterparks, and the nearby attractions you know they’ll love.
To make the most of your time in Sedona, hunt out a truly adventure-friendly hotel, a decked-out apartment, a remote cabin in the woods, a villa with a view, or a condo with a hot tub and access to a pool or spa. Explore Travelocity for the best outdoor trips
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