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Flagstaff Aquaplex – Kids enjoy the Lazy River Current Channel with water vortex and the two body slides that exit and re-enter the sustainable, 52,00 sq.ft. waterplay building.... Read more of this article
Step out the front door of your Flagstaff hotel and walk right into the nature, history or culture of Flagstaff for which you came. The Flagstaff Urban Trails System (FUTS, say "foots") is a city-wide network of non-motorized... Read more of this article
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Flagstaff AZ Hotels
Flagstaff Arizona Hotels - Great rates - Best values! Whether you are flying, driving or arriving by Amtrak train, Flagstaff, AZ hotels offer comfort, convenience and adventure for your Northern Arizona get away. Soak up the fun under Flagstaff, Arizona's 288 days of sunshine.
Flagstaff temperatures in the summer range from average highs of 82°F to lows of 41°F. Flagstaff AZ weather brings lows in the teens and highs up to 51°F. Whatever the weather, the hospitality of Flagstaff, Arizona motels, hotels and bed and breakfasts will make you want to come back again and again!
Stay in Historic Downtown Flagstaff
Flagstaff was built along the railroad lines that carried huge timbers logged here to industrial centers that were growing in the west and in the east in the late 1800s. Rail lines ran into the Ponderosa pine forests from the lumber mills in Flagstaff. Many of the hiking and biking trails for which Flagstaff, AZ is so famous follow or intersect these old railroad beds.
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The restored train depot built in 1926 still greets passengers. Even if you are not arriving by Amtrak, the depot is a must-see for all Flagstaff visitors. The arts-and-crafts style building is home to the Flagstaff Visitor Center where you will find free Flagstaff Arizona maps, Grand Canyon travel info, self-guided tours, friendly travel advice and information about local attractions. (Check out vintage Santa Fe Railway posters displayed in the hall between the visitor information and the Amtrak waiting area.)