North-Central Arizona

We’ve compiled the best of the best in North-Central Arizona - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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  • 1. Lowell Observatory

    West Flagstaff | Observatory

    In 1894 Boston businessman, author, and scientist Percival Lowell founded this observatory from which he studied Mars. His theories of the existence...Read More

  • 2. Page Springs Cellars


    The award-winning wines at Page Springs Cellars focus on grapes popular in the Rhône wine region of France. Sit outside on the deck overlooking...Read More

  • 3. Verde Canyon Railroad


    Train buffs come to the Verde Valley to catch the 22-mile Verde Canyon Railroad, which follows a dramatic route through the Verde Canyon, the...Read More

  • 4. Walnut Canyon National Monument

    Park (National/State/Provincial)

    The group of cliff dwellings that make up Walnut Canyon National Monument were constructed by the Sinagua people, who lived and farmed in and...Read More

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  • 5. Arizona Snowbowl

    North Flagstaff | Viewpoint

    Although the Arizona Snowbowl is still one of Flagstaff's biggest attractions, snowy slopes can be a luxury in times of drought. Fortunately...Read More

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  • 6. Bearizona Wildlife Park


    Drive through 3 miles of ponderosa pine forest in this wildlife park to observe black bears up close in their natural environment, all from...Read More

  • 7. Bell Rock

    Nature Sight

    With its distinctive shape right out of your favorite Western film and its proximity to the main drag, this popular butte ensures a steady flow...Read More

  • 8. Cathedral Rock

    Nature Sight

    It's almost impossible not to be drawn to this butte's towering, variegated spires. The approximately 1,200-foot-high Cathedral Rock looms...Read More

  • 9. Cathedral Rock Trail


    A vigorous but nontechnical 1½-mile scramble up the slickrock (smooth, rather than slippery, sandstone), this path leads to a nearly 360-degree...Read More

  • 10. Chapel of the Holy Cross

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    You needn't be religious to be inspired by the setting and the architecture here. Built in 1956 by Marguerite Brunwig Staude, a student of Frank...Read More

  • 11. Courthouse Butte

    Central | Nature Sight

    Toward sunset, when this monolith is free of shadow, the red sandstone seems to catch on fire. From the highway, Courthouse Butte sits in back...Read More

  • 12. Dead Horse Ranch State Park

    Park (National/State/Provincial)

    The 423-acre spread of Dead Horse Ranch State Park, which combines high-desert and wetland habitats, is a pleasant place to while away the day...Read More

  • 13. Fort Verde State Historic Park


    The military post for which Fort Verde State Historic Park is named was built between 1871 and 1873 as the third of three fortifications in...Read More

  • 14. Grand Canyon Deer Farm


    You can feed deer raised from babies, walk with wallabies, and pet llamas on this 10-acre animal farm near Williams. The farm also has coatimundi...Read More

  • 15. Grand Canyon Visitor Center

    Visitor Center

    Here you can get information about activities and tours and buy a national park pass, which enables you to skip past some of the crowds and...Read More

  • 16. Historic Downtown District

    Downtown | Neighborhood/Street

    Storied Route 66 runs right through the heart of downtown Flagstaff. The late Victorian, Tudor Revival, and early art deco architecture in this...Read More

  • 17. Homolovi State Park


    Homolovi is a Hopi word meaning "place of the little hills." The pueblo sites here are thought to have been occupied between AD 1200 and 1425...Read More

  • 18. Javelina Leap Vineyard & Winery


    Predominantly red wines with bold, dry flavors are produced by Javelina Leap Vineyard. Taste a few here and you'll be welcomed by the owners...Read More

  • 19. Jerome State Historic Park

    Park (National/State/Provincial)

    Of the three mining museums in town, the most inclusive is part of Jerome State Historic Park. At the edge of town, signs on AZ 89A will direct...Read More

  • 20. Lava River Cave


    Subterranean lava flow formed this mile-long cave roughly 700,000 years ago. Once you descend into its boulder-strewn maw, the cave is spacious...Read More

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