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Coconino County Arizona Parks and Rec

Coconino County Arizona Parks and Rec

Exit 337 off I-17, Flagstaff, Arizona 86001

The historic Fort Tuthill County Park is nestled in cool Ponderosa pines 3 miles south of Flagstaff. The 411-acre regional park is the home of the annual Coconino County Fair (Labor Day weekend) and Coconino County Horse Races (4th of July weekend) and the nationally-awarded Pine Mountain Amphitheater. It also features a a Military Museum, campground, picnic areas, tennis courts and scenic trails. In the summer Fort Tuthill is bustling with a variety of special events, camping, and picnicking.

Amphitheater - performing arts, concerts, and weddings
Coconino County Fairgrounds - shows, festivals, and fairs
Grandstands/Race Track - rodeos, horse shows, and horse races
Posse Arena - ropings and gymkhanas
Trails - 6.5 miles of trail open to hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrians

Five picnic ramadas can be reserved for private parties and family get-togethers, and overnight camping and horse stalls are also available.

Peaks View County Park

Peaks View County Park is located in Doney Park (east of Flagstaff), just south of the Summit Firestation and adjacent to Cromer Elementary School, on Koch Field Road.

Peaks View County Park is located in Doney Park (east of Flagstaff), just south of the Summit Firestation and adjacent to Cromer Elementary School, on Koch Field Road.

Exit 333 (Kachina Village/Mountainaire), off I-17 five miles south of Flagstaff


Residents of Kachina Village & Mountainare can expect improvements in Raymond County Park.

Coconino County, through the Parks & Recreation Department, received a $766,669 grant award from the Arizona State Parks Heritage Fund.  This grant, combined with Coconino Parks & Open Space (CPOS) funds will result in the following improvements worth $1.3 million:

New amenities including a restroom building, picnic ramadas, a swing set, a playground, a new basketball court, new paved access from Kachina Trail, picnic tables, BBQ grills and landscaping

Improvements to the existing ball field, parking lot & drainage

Additional trails and sidewalks within the park

703 East Sawmill Road, Flagstaff, Arizona 86001

Sawmill Multicultural Art & Nature County Park was built on a "brownfield" where one of Flagstaff's first sawmills operated from 1908 to 1993. Its backyard wildlife habitat gardens show how a contaminated industrial site can be transformed into an environmental and aesthetic amenity. Its public art celebrates the diversity of the surrounding community.

Other park amenities include picnic areas, a playground, and a connection to the Flagstaff Urban Trail System by the Rio de Flag.

1500/1510 North Country Club Road, Williams, Arizona 86046

County Park & Campground is a 15-acre wooded campground bordering Cataract Lake. It features 25 wooded, rustic camping sites and leisure fishing.

To reach the park from Flagstaff, travel west on Interstate 40 past Williams. Take the Golf Course/Cataract Lake exit and turn right. Travel approximately one-half mile; the campground is on the right.

Amenities include restrooms and picnic ramadas (available on a first-come, first served basis and are for day use only)

Camping (14-day stay limit) is available May 1 through September 30.

No hook ups available; fishing license required

Louise Yellowman County Park - the first and only community park in Tuba City
Main and Moenave Streets, Tuba City, Arizona 86045

Louise Yellowman County Park (LYCP) features a state of the art skate/ bicycle park, basketball court, playground equipment, group pavilion, shade ramadas, picnic tables, barbecue grills, drinking fountain, and a restroom. Facilities are also available for private and public events.

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