Keyhole Sink Trail is a 1.3 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Parks, Arizona that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Directions from Flagstaff: Take the Parks Exit (#178). Turn right (north) and then turn left (west) onto Historic Route 66. Drive west for about 4 miles to the trailhead.
Shorter trail with a lot of beautiful sights. We encountered several cows along the way which our little girls loved.
Nice scenery, fun to have cows all around you. If your looking for easy, this is about as easy as they get. Parking is across the highway from the trailhead.
Took the family for a nice 2 mile round trip hike. My 3 year old rode his strider bike and loved it. There is some beautiful rock formations. Good shade too.
very easy hike. pretty cool area at the end.
Relaxing quick hike with great scenery.
Visited Keyhole Sink with wife on what would have been mom's 71st birthday. Keyhole was one of her favorite places to visit and it was our last hike together back in 2013 and it was a beautiful day with mom's presence all around.
This is a pretty easy trail. I've done this trail many times since it's local for me. Great for beginners. Hiked with my dog. Easy parking across the street where there is a snowplay area. Signs well marked from old Rt 66.
A very lovely trail with ample parking across Route 66, well marked, and easy enough to bring the 92 year old grandmother (although she was pretty tired when done!), the 10 month old baby in a carrier, and two dogs. It's pretty late in the year, so we only saw one other couple with their dog on the way back to the car. The pond was relatively small, and no waterfall at this time of year. The petroglyphs are easy to spot - although I'm sure there were more that I didn't see. We will have to come back again!
Great nature walk with the kids 7-12 years. Extremely well marked with great parking.
Simple and easy. Beautiful walk through the woods ending at the sink hole. Across the highway from a small tubing and skiing clearing.
Really Nice and Easy Short Hike. They've done a great job removing the graffiti from the site, unfortunate circumstance that people are such losers in doing that.