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Best things to do in Coconino County

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

“The Grand Canyon is visited by millions every year and should be seen by every person on the planet!”
227local recommendations
“Drive through wildlife park near Williams, Az. Kids love this place! Not just bears, has many other animals. It’s about a 30 minute drive from the property. ”
60local recommendations
Shopping Centre
“A beautiful rendition of classic upscale Mexican old shopping center, In Sedona . Very fun window shopping or drop a few bucks on something you will love forever! There’s a women’s clothing shop upstairs in the back I’m crazy for.... I forget the name but it’s about the only clothing shop there... so much other artzie stuff to look at. ”
125local recommendations
State / Provincial Park
“The Tonto Natural Bridge State Park is a must place to visit. They offer few different trails to visit the natural bridge. I recommend you to take the trail through the river especially your older kids will enjoy climbing the rocks and play in the water. They have great picnic site. Wear sturdy sandals. ”
36local recommendations
“Northern Arizona’s famous Ski resort. Offers beautiful panoramic views and dozens of ski runs for all skill levels.”
110local recommendations
“Where Percival Lowell discovered Pluto. Fabulous views of the sky due to Flagstaff's Dark Sky City efforts (and designation).”
115local recommendations
“30 minutes away - Ruins with a blowhole- bring your camera and the National Parks Pass”
35local recommendations
Other Great Outdoors
“Antelope Canyon requires reservation and can be reserved online. Requires a small hike into the canyon. Only accessed through purchased tour guide, but well worth every penny, one of the most beautiful places in AZ to visit!”
39local recommendations
“This amazing view is located just down the road from us. It is about a 1 mile hike in and back out, self guided, wear good shoes and take water. Most people spend about 45 minutes to and hour there. ”
24local recommendations
“Just 10 miles away; this national monument contains ancient cliff dwellings. Wonderful photo opportunities and not a bad hike either. Wear good shoes. NOTE: There are some 250 steps each direction on this adventure.”
66local recommendations
Coffee Shop
“A slice of Flagstaff on caffeine. The place has character and really good vegetarian pastries and meals... sometimes live music, and local color. It’s in the heart of The Southside on S beaver street... fun people watching... lots of other good full on restaurants around the corner on South San Francisco St ”
97local recommendations
“A hidden gem of the past right here in the Verde Valley. Native American architecture.”
62local recommendations
National Park
“Just 15 miles from our property, this place this natural water park is perfect for all ages. There are also areas of cliff-diving. ”
82local recommendations
Other Great Outdoors
“A little further of a drive, but amazing. Doesn't have a huge variety of animals, but you can see the animals up close! Watch a tiger show, watch them feed the animals! And take a Safari ride where you can feed giraffes! ”
53local recommendations
“Do not miss this important cultural and naturally gorgeous museum and grounds!”
85local recommendations
“High end, top notch dining, great views. For the special occasion... reservations recommended.”
79local recommendations