This is a rock art legacy from the Southern Sinagua of the Beaver Creek Community that is known to be the largest known petroglyph site in the Verde Valley. It is also one of the best preserved sites that were acquired in 1994 by the Coconino National Forest. The petroglyphs that you see at this site are identified as the Beaver Creek Style. This rock art is truly amazing and the information gathered at this site has helped to define important characteristics of the Beaver Creek Style. The V-Bar-V Heritage Site is about 18 miles south of Sedona, off of State Route 179 on National Forest Road 618 in Rimrock, Arizona. The Verde Valley Archaeological Society and Friends of the Forest offer guided tours during park hours from 9:30 am – 3:00 pm Friday through Monday. The petroglyph area is only accessible during regular visiting hours for which you need to purchase a pass. It’s a no-smoke zone and pets are not allowed.