To protect the forests during hot and dry weather conditions, Coconino National Forest will be fully closed beginning 6/23/21 and will remain closed until the area receives sufficient rainfall. This includes Slide Rock State Park, West Fork Trail, hiking trails, campgrounds, roadside pull-offs and day use areas in the canyon. This does NOT affect Forest Houses Resort as we are private property. We are open and welcoming guests! You are able to enjoy our lawn and grounds, swim in Oak Creek along our property, and experience quiet and relaxation. Highway 89A and roads to us will remain open, as well as restaurants, stores, Sedona and Flagstaff.
Thank you for helping to protect our forests and keeping Oak Creek Canyon beautiful.

Stay in a Forest Houses Resort Creek House

The Creek House was built during Dad’s first tier of buildings in 1952. I was 7 years old that year, and I remember climbing up onto the open roof and playing there while Dad finished the rafters and roof decking around me. Dad would get upset since us kids would often climb up and walk the ridgepole of the house. 

Creek House Description

Capacity: 5 (Spring & Fall)
Capacity: 7 (Summer)

  • Size: 2-story 
  • Bedrooms: two bedrooms (King, Queen, 1 Twin hide-a-bed), screened porch (2 Twins) 
  • Bathrooms: 1 1/2 baths 
  • Amenities: 2 rock fireplaces, creekside patio, pet friendly 

Enter this lovely creekside house upstairs, where there is Queen bedroom with a half-bathroom, a second King bedroom with a rock wood-burning fireplace and a Twin hide-a-bed, a screened sleeping porch with two Twin beds, and a full bathroom with tub/shower. Downstairs offers a second rock fireplace, the kitchen, dining and living area, and large patio overhanging the creek. Relax on the private decks to admire the dramatic views of Oak Creek and the canyon cliffs.