Thomas Point Trail

Total Miles


2030.53 ft


1.5 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

Thomas Point Trail is a fun, rocky out-and-back trail near Munds Park, AZ. The trail is mostly dirt with plenty of buried and loose rock to navigate as you roll through the Ponderosa pines in the Coconino National Forest. High clearance will be a must and 4WD will make passing some of the rockier sections much easier. Rain will likely increase trail difficulty. Once at the western end of the trail, you can expect peek-a-boo views looking down towards Sedona and Slide Rock from the East rim of Oak Creek Canyon.


Mostly dirt trail with plenty of buried and loose rock to navigate. High clearance SUVs and stock 4x4s will need to be more precise with their lines. Rain will likely make this trail more difficult and will require 4WD.

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Access Description

Access Thomas Point Trail via two routes: 1) Ritter Road (Newman Park) to FR 9469P to Thomas Point Trail, or 2) FR 253B to Crazy Park to Thomas Point Connector Trail to Thomas Point Trail.