Visiting Flagstaff


Anytime is a perfect time to visit Flagstaff.

Our city is surrounded by the Coconino National Forest, the largest contiguous pondersa pine forest, which adds to the natural beauty of the Flagstaff and provides numerous opportunities for recreation. The Flagstaff area enjoys four seasons and Arizona Snowbowl is a popular ski and snowboarding resort. Other local attractions include Historic Downtown which is bordered by the “Mother Road,” historic Route 66, the Lowell Observatory and the Museum of Northern Arizona. The city is host to many annual events, such as horse races, the county fair, local parades, and many other activities.

Flagstaff is conveniently located to many major Northern Arizona attractions, from the Grand Canyon to Sedona to the Painted Desert, and also has museums, galleries and numerous historic sites, making the city a tourism destination for thousands annually.

Flagstaff is a center for both the visual and performance arts in Northern Arizona, with museums, a local symphony, light opera company and theatrical troupe. Galleries, studios, boutiques and unique locally owned businesses abound in the downtown area, and numerous nightclubs feature live music.

Flagstaff offers a wide variety of lodging options in around the area. Choose from luxury resorts, hotels & motels; or more budget conscious minded travelers can select cozy bed and breakfast locations, as well as numerous RV and camping options.

Transportation in Flagstaff is available in a multitude of ways. Air travel to and from Flagstaff is provided by Flagstaff Pulliam Airport and Wiseman Aviation. Locals take advantage of our hybrid/electric bus system that spans all of the city or, for those more health conscious, the ever expanding Flagstaff Urban Trail System (FUTS) offers over 50 miles of finished trails in and around Flagstaff.

To learn more about Flagstaff, visit the Flagstaff Convention and Visitor Bureau or click our links below.