- Things to Do
- Where to Stay
- Dining & Nightlife
- Plan Your Trip
Everything you need to know to make the most out of your trip to Flagstaff.
Don’t know where to go? Don’t know what to do? Go to Visitor Center for maps, brochures, directions or any other information you may need about your stay in Flagstaff and its surrounding areas.
Be aware of travel alerts and warnings.
Drink lots of water, apply sunscreen and lip balm frequently, and rest as often as necessary. At high altitude the sun is more intense and you may experience fatigue and shortness of breath.
While you are here, plan to use Flagstaff as your home base to explore some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. The city is only 80 miles from the Grand Canyon and close to seven national parks and monuments.
Pick up your FREE postcards from the official Flagstaff Visitor Center, 1 E. Route 66.
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Flagstaff is a hub of activity where an eclectic mix of small town charm and endless outdoor adventure beckons.
I adopted my Airedale Terrier, Bailey, in 2012, and we’ve been traveling together ever since.
The Flagstaff Travel Guide is an annual publication featuring the accommodations, restaurants, activities and useful travel information for the Flagstaff area.Get The Guide