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About Flagstaff

Awe-inspiring landmarks, adventurous outdoor activities and historic attractions are just some of the reasons to visit scenic Flagstaff in northern Arizona. Explore the breathtaking landscape on foot during the summer or via skis during the winter months to see all that the city has to offer. Flagstaff cabin rentals offer a relaxing place to return to after a busy day of outdoor activities, and the ideal place to stay to experience the area like a local.


Nestled within the largest contiguous ponderosa pine forest in the world, Flagstaff has a unique climate that makes it a pleasant place to visit any time of the year. Travelers will want to pack layers no matter what month they visit as the temperature can vary significantly depending on the time of day and elevation. Visit from May to August for warm summer days in the 80s, cool evenings and low humidity, or during the fall when leaves change colors and temperatures continue to dip. Snow is possible from November through April when temperatures drop significantly and are perfect weather for cozying up on the couch of Flagstaff cabin rentals.


Fly into Flagstaff Pulliam Airport and rent a car to travel to and from Flagstaff for the most flexibility. The city is only a little over an hour away from Grand Canyon National Park, a spectacular day trip worth having a car to visit. Phoenix is also within reach and is an exciting city to visit while staying in Arizona.

Things to Do

There are a variety of activities and attractions for visitors to enjoy during a stay in Flagstaff. No trip here would be complete without a visit to the area’s national monuments, including Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, Walnut Canyon National Monument, and Wupatki National Monument. These monuments are each impressive, well-recognized, and offer visitors unique opportunities for outdoor exploration.

Those interested in astronomy will appreciate Lowell Observatory. The observatory, which discovered Pluto, offers fascinating exhibits and views of outer space, and it is open to the public daily. The Museum of Northern Arizona is another attraction suitable for the entire family. It has a variety of exhibits that regularly rotate and it is surrounded by nature trails that patrons can hike. The Pioneer Museum and Riordan Mansion give visitors insight into the area’s history and what life was like for some of Flagstaff’s early residents.

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