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Vacation Rental Price Information in Flagstaff
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Rental Availability Information in Flagstaff
Check how busy Flagstaff is with our availability graph. The week with the highest booking rate in the next 12 months is in December (12/22 - 12/29), where 88% of the vacation rentals are booked. The week with the most available rentals is in February (2/23 - 3/2), with 89% of the vacation rentals available.
The Weather in Flagstaff
You can see our climate diagram above. During June, maximum temperatures go up to more than 82° On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is June while the driest month is June.
Book Flagstaff cabin rentals and enjoy the mountain air
Set on the Colorado Plateau, some 7,000 ft above sea level, Flagstaff boasts diverse eco-systems, attracting bikers, hikers, nature enthusiasts, and campers. Located on the historic Route 66, the town also serves as a gateway to Sedona and the Grand Canyon.
Come and explore this bicycle-friendly city in the mountains that is home to a lively downtown area, vibrant nightlife and plenty of well-equipped Flagstaff cabin rentals.
Flying in to Flagstaff
Flagstaff is served by the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) which is a three-hour drive to the city center — you'll need to account for possible traffic congestion in Phoenix though. The Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (FLG) is the city's domestic airport. The best way to reach your Flagstaff vacation home quickly from both airports would be by taxi, or rental car for ultimate flexibility.
Flagstaff and its food
Flagstaff's culinary establishments serve everything from pork sandwiches to English muffins, specialty egg dishes, seven-grain French toast, and Belgian-style fries. The city is home to a number of Chinese and Thai establishments that offer takeaway — perfect for a midnight snack at your Flagstaff vacation rental. Pizzerias such as Fratelli Pizza, NiMarcos Pizza, and Pizzicletta are great choices too. Garcia's Mexican Restaurant serves tremendous Southwestern food while Kachina Downtown regales diners with its Mexican fare.
Consider Beaver Street Brewery for hearty German-style dishes such as bratwurst, mashed potatoes, and ales. Macy's European Coffeehouse pleases hippies with its vegan offerings and locally-roasted coffees. For live music, head to The Museum House where the likes of Willie Nelson once frequented.
A good time to visit Flagstaff
Flagstaff has generally favorable conditions all year, however March to June is a good time to visit. June to August gets busy so you'd need to book your ideal Flagstaff cabin rental early to ensure it doesn't get snapped up. To avoid the crowds, late spring and early fall are recommended.
Interesting sights in Flagstaff and beyond
Flagstaff has numerous sites of historic importance worth checking out. Begin with the stately Lowell Observatory and research center where the dwarf planet Pluto was discovered. You can even use the Observatory's 24-inch Clark telescope during evening programs. The kids, in particular, will love the Arboretum at Flagstaff, an impressive 200-acre botanical garden and environmental research station known for its beautiful wild flowers.
The Jay Lively Ice Arena is Flagstaff's only permanent indoor ice rink, perfect for skating. During winter, consider the Flagstaff Nordic Center which has numerous well-groomed ski trails and snowshoe trails. The region is best explored and enjoyed with a Flagstaff vacation rental, meaning you'll have the privacy and freedom of exploring Flagstaff in your own time.
Art and culture awaits in Flagstaff
During the First Friday ArtWalk, which is held on the first Friday of each month, naturally, local galleries and cafés stay open late with live street entertainment taking place around Heritage Square. If you're interested in local art and history, visit the Museum of Northern Arizona which provides insights into Native American life, American Indian folk art, and the natural history of the region. The intimate Arizona Historical Society-Pioneer Museum houses a wonderful collection of artifacts, documents, and photographs of old Flagstaff. After all that museum-hopping, why not try out some yoga at the Northern Arizona Yoga Center — it also hosts salsa parties, Capoiera, Pilates and Tai Chi sessions.
Excursion destinations in the area
A day trip to the Arizona Snowbowl in the San Francisco Mountains is recommended for high-country hiking just after the snow melts. Visitors to Flagstaff are intrigued by monuments such as the Wupatki National Monument and Walnut Canyon National Monument that are home to ancient Native American cliff dwellings.
The well-preserved Barringer Meteor Crater is not the largest in the world as claimed, but still worth a
visit. For more natural wonders, visit the Elden Pueblo Historic Site (an ancient Sinagua archaeological site inhabited since the 11th century) and the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area that's home to a natural Rainbow Bridge.
Festivals and regular events
The two-day Zuni Festival of Arts and Culture held in May, and the Hopi Festival of Arts and Culture, held in early July celebrates the Hopi and Zuni traditions respectively. August features the Navajo Festival of Arts and Culture with its lively music, dance, food and weaving demonstrations.
Flagstaff hosts the Coconino County Fair held every September at the sprawling Fort Tuthill County Fairgrounds. The Mexican vacation Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) in early November features activities such as mariachi, music and storytelling. The year closes with Dew Downtown Flagstaff, a two-day urban snowboarding and skiing festival.
Flagstaff is a beautiful mountain hideaway begging to be explored. Book your Flagstaff vacation home to begin your adventure.
Explore Flagstaff's geographical wonders and family-friendly attractions
Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument
Just 30-minutes from Flagstaff, Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument is a protected area filled with ancient lava flows, cinder cones and craters. Sunset Crater is the highlight, a 340-metre-high volcanic cone.
Dating back to 1984, Lowell Observatory is one of the oldest observatories in the United States. Explore the visitor center, peer through telescopes or take a tour.
The entire family will love Flagstaff Extreme. Scramble up walls, navigate rope swings or fly down zip lines on this tree-top adventure course.
Wupatki National Monument
45 milesnorth of Flagstaff, Wupatki National Monument is dotted with the ruins of 12th-century villages built by the Anasazi and Sinagua tribes.
Walnut Canyon National Monument
Walnut Canyon is lined with alcoves that local Sinagua tribe used as cave dwellings. Discover their story at the museum or hike the trails for a closer look at this geographical wonder.
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