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Coconino National Forest

1824 S Thompson St, Flagstaff, AZ 86001-2693
+1 928-527-3600
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Named after the Coho Native American people, this forest is two million acres of recreational, lumber, and mining land.
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  • Very good21%
  • Average2%
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1824 S Thompson St, Flagstaff, AZ 86001-2693
+1 928-527-3600
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is beautiful to see on a trip to the Grand Canyon or after a trip, depending on which direction you're coming from. Very beautiful.

Thank dhns2014
Reviewed 13 August 2017 via mobile

The weather was nice, and views were spectacular while driving to the canyon. You can stop at different points for nice shots, or attaching your legs , but a nice driving either way. I love to visit it again

Thank Fawzi B
Reviewed 28 July 2017

Well maintained forest of post lumber industry harvests. This area was originally old growth forests which were heavily exploited. The Forest Service has done a great job of restoration.

Thank danf552017
Reviewed 26 June 2017

Well run national forest with a lot of great camping and recreation opportunities. Great place to get away from the heat in Southern Arizona during June.

Thank Zack M
Reviewed 6 June 2017

Whether you just fly by and take a photo or actually stop and embrace this wonder of mother nature, the Coconino is just amazing.

Thank coachee1313
Reviewed 5 June 2017

This National forest is huge. We are from the east, so to see a forest without trees was very odd for us. We just drove through this area on our way to other sights.

Thank Mary Chris F
Reviewed 28 May 2017

IF you get out your map of Arizona, and look at Flagstaff, you will see that Flagstaff is right in the midst of this enormous,1.856 million acre National Forest. Sedona and environs are within the Coconino National Forest. Walnut Canyon National Monument is within the...More

1  Thank kanbaatar
Reviewed 25 May 2017

Sedona, Arizona, an eclectic city in the midst of the Coconino National Forest, presents a wide range of activities and sites that would appeal to all types of adventurers. Regardless if you are single, married, with small or large kids, or retired, there is something...More

1  Thank Pat K
Reviewed 23 May 2017

Beautiful area to hike, explore caves. We spent several days hiking throughout the forest and saw few people. Perfect weather and beautiful scenery.

Thank janiebak
Reviewed 22 May 2017

A big and nice park, different kind of terrain. You see part of it while driving from Flagstaff to Grand Canyon. There are also hiking paths and camping sites.

Thank mmikko
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24 November 2016|
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Response from gstephenson147 | Reviewed this property |
4 hour do-ables: Going south take Hwy 89A to Sedona, 30 miles away. Red Rock country, takes 1 hr to drive thru Oak Creek Canyon to Sedona. Gorgeous. Going east, about 4 miles out to Oak Creek Canyon. Ancient Indian... More
24 October 2016|
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All National Forests are free ....
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Response from Marilyn M | Reviewed this property |
I am from Flagstaff and it usually starts to get colder around October. We even have had snow on Halloween! The cold snap is what will change the colors of the Aspens and Maples and Oak trees we have here. I'd try for... More