If there is one thing visitors can count on in Flagstaff, it's a good night's rest. With more than 70 hotels and inns to choose from plus a variety of campgrounds and cabins, it's no wonder people making that once-in-a-lifetime trip to the Grand Canyon often choose to stay in Flagstaff. But Flagstaff is more than a layover on the way to somewhere else. Besides a great selection of lodging, Flagstaff has great dining, a thriving nightlife, and plenty of restaurants offering breakfast and a great cup of coffee in the morning.
See 2013 Visitor Guide for amenities.
2760 E. Butler Ave. • 928-774-1912 • blackbustersteakhouse.com
We offer 174 spaces with full hook ups. Wi-Fi. Open year round.
7901 N. Highway 89 • 928-526-1829 • flagstaffrvparks.com
4.5 acres with 51 RV spaces; 50 and 30 amp, hot tub, cable TV. Big Rigs welcome. Open April 25-October 25.
Meteor Crater Road & I-40, 35 miles east of Flagstaff, Exit 233 off I-40 • 928-289-4002 / 800-478-4002 • meteorcrater.com
10 acres with 72 RV spaces and 8 tent spaces. Wi-Fi. Open year-round.
1991 S. Mormon Lake Rd., Mormon Lake 30 minutes SE of Flagstaff; 21 miles on Lake Mary Rd. to Mormon Lake Village Exit, turn right, go seven miles to lodge • 928-354-2227 • travel-forever.com
300 acres with 74 pull-through RV spaces, tent sites and group areas; 56 cabins and rooms; seasonal camping and RV Park availability. Wi-Fi.
2727 W. Route 66 • 928-774-7727 / 800-732-7986 • woodymountaincampground.com
25 acres with 85 RV spaces and 40 tent spaces. Wi-Fi. Open March 15-November 1.
5075 N. Highway 89, Flagstaff, AZ 86004 • 928-526-0866
Several of the campgrounds surrounding Flagstaff are lakeside, and all offer a multitude of recreational opportunities. For seasonal open and closure dates, fees and other campsite information, visit the individual websites.
20 miles southeast of Flagstaff • Elevation: 7,130 • www.fs.fed.us/r3/coconino/recreation/
Good fishing and excellent views of the San Francisco Peaks characterize these two lakeside campgrounds. Recreation opportunities include fishing, windsurfing, sightseeing and wildlife watching.
18 miles northeast of Flagstaff, near Sunset Crater Volcano/Wupatki National Monument Elevation: 6,930 feet • www.fs.fed.us/r3/
This starkly beautiful campground on an ancient volcanic lava flow offers interpretive programs, hiking, wildlife viewing and fall colors.
6 miles southeast of Flagstaff on Lake Mary Rd. • Elevation: 6,840 feet • www.fs.fed.us/r3/
Located near Walnut Canyon and Lower Lake Mary, this area offers a trailhead with access to Walnut Canyon and the Arizona Trail, horseback riding, rock climbing and wildlife watching.
24 miles southeast of Flagstaff near Lake Mary • Elevation: 7,170 feet • 8877-444-6777
Campsites at both campgrounds are scattered in Ponderosa Pine groves and offer three hiking trails, fishing, biking, horseback riding, windsurfing and wildlife watching.
38 miles southeast of Flagstaff • Elevation: 7,130 feet • www.fs.fed.us/r3/coconino/
This scenic campground is located near Kinnikinick Lake, a popular trout fishing spot. Recreation opportunities include fishing, hiking, sightseeing and excellent wildlife watching.
11.5 miles southeast of Flagstaff on Lake Mary Road • Elevation: 6,950 feet • www.fs.fed.us/r3/coconino/recreation/
Located near Upper Lake Mary, this campground provides easy access to several stocked fishing lakes and hiking trails. Other recreational opportunities include boating, wildlife watching and picnic area.
19 miles south of Flagstaff • Elevation: 6,940 feet • www.fs.fed.us/r3/coconino/recreation/
Near several local stocked fishing lakes, this forested campground offers boating, fishing, biking, hiking, wildlife watching and picnic area.