A state park near Sedona where melted snow feeds a very cold creek, a fun place to visit for a day trip.

The current in the creek is suprisingly strong, and the bottom is composed of smooth, algae-slicked rock. The attraction of the place is that you can wade out to the middle of the creek and let the current carry you downstream, as long as you don't mind occasionally getting sucked underwater. In some places there are small waterfalls, which its generally a good idea to circumnavigate as you can't always see what's beneath you.

There is a portion of Slide Rock known as Grasshopper Point where people cliff dive into a deeper part of the creek.

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