We're the ideal base for exploring the treasures of northern Arizona.
Surrounded by natural wonders like the Grand Canyon, Flagstaff offers dozens of inns, a multitude of hotel and motel accommodations, conference and meeting venues, more than 200 restaurants, numerous night spots, and a variety of cultural, historic and scientific attractions. Visitors from all over the world are attracted to our clean mountain air, year-round outdoor recreation opportunities, historic downtown charm and our Western legacy of pioneer ranchers, railroad builders and lumbermen.
Some of the West’s most beautiful country surrounds Flagstaff, from the Coconino National Forest and the San Francisco Peaks (12,633 feet/3,851 meters) to the Red Rocks of Sedona to the rugged deserts of neighboring Native American nations. Grand Canyon National Park, Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, Wupatki National Monument and Meteor Crater are all within easy driving distance, as are many more archaeological treasures and attractions.
At the junction of two major U.S. interstates, served by a regional airport with direct flights to Phoenix as well as a busy train depot, Flagstaff is a key destination for people seeking the adventure, natural beauty, charm and wide open spaces of the American West.
Your Local Resource
The Flagstaff Visitor Center staff is happy to assist you with directions, travel planning, details about an attraction, dining suggestions or local history regarding Flagstaff and surrounding areas. For personal assistance, call 1-800-379-0065 or email us.
Flagstaff Visitor Center: One East Route 66, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Located in the historic downtown train station. Open Monday-Saturday 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Sunday 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.