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When you are in Arizona, you know that the summer season is just around the corner when the temperatures start to creep up. Luckily, you can still enjoy a summer getaway with cool temperatures and incredible outdoor activities when you vacation to Flagstaff. There is no better time to come experience Flagstaff than Memorial Day Weekend. This annual holiday signals the start of summer, and kids will be getting off school. Take your family to Flagstaff for fun events and summer activities like no other. Check out what your Flagstaff Memorial Day getaway can look like.

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Enjoy a Gondola Ride

Flagstaff may be best known in the state of Arizona as the location where you can find Arizona Snowbowl, one of the top skiing destinations in the state. During the winter months, Snowbowl offers a variety of slopes for you to ski or snowboard down. By the time Memorial Day Weekend comes, Snowbowl will have closed its slopes for the season, as the snow has more than likely melted away. However, visitors will still be able to take advantage of the gondolas on the property. Visit Snowbowl during your Memorial Day Weekend getaway to take a ride aboard their gondolas for a mesmerizing experience high above the trees. You can take in once-in-a-lifetime views of the area from these enclosed gondolas. After your ride is over, hang out at Snowbowl on their patio for a bit of lunch in the cool weather.

Visit the Museum of Northern Arizona

Just because the kids are off school for the rest of summer does not mean you cannot find anything educational to do in Flagstaff. During your Memorial Day Weekend visit head over to the Museum of Northern Arizona for an educational yet exciting time. This local museum highlights the culture, art, and science that is part of the Colorado Plateau, where Flagstaff is located. You will learn about the incredible geology of the Grand Canyon, experience the culture of Native tribes local to the area, and understand how dinosaurs roamed the historic valley. Don’t forget to stop by the gift shop on the way out to find beautiful jewelry and fine art among other gifts to purchase. The best part of a visit to the Museum of Northern Arizona is that all children ages 9 and younger get in for absolutely free!

Movies on the Square

Each summer season downtown Flagstaff puts on their Movies on the Square series for families to enjoy. We are happy to report that Movies on the Square will return once again for 2024. This event series showcases a different family friendly movie in downtown Flagstaff for everyone to enjoy. Movies will play every Saturday evening starting at dusk from Memorial Day Weekend up until Labor Day Weekend. The first movie that will be show over Memorial Day Weekend will be Coco, a family favorite! You will find that live entertainment and activities will be enjoyed starting at 4:00 PM until the movie begins as the sun sets. Fratelli’s Pizza will be on hand with their incredible pizza. Additional concessions including popcorn and sweet treats will also be available for purchase. Bring a blanket and warm clothing as the evenings are still chilly around Memorial Day Weekend. Come start Movies on the Square with us this Memorial Day Weekend!

Explore the Flagstaff Brewery Trail

Memorial Day Weekend is not just for the kids, as you will find plenty of activities for the adults to enjoy as well. Downtown Flagstaff is home to a variety of local craft breweries that are favorites among locals and visitors. Flagstaff is known to be the leading craft beer city in the state of Arizona and offers the Flagstaff Brewery Trail for you to follow. After collecting stamps on your downloadable passport, you can receive a free pint glass from the Flagstaff Visitor Center to celebrate your achievement. Breweries available to visit in Downtown Flagstaff include Beaver Street Brewing, Historic Brewing Company, Dark Sky Brewing, and more. Most breweries are family friendly and offer delicious food and snacks to enjoy as well. Come check out Northern Arizona’s best breweries!

Outdoor Adventures in Flagstaff

Take your family on a thrilling adventure with local guide companies in the area. Flagstaff Extreme Adventure Course will take care of your zip line adventures with thrilling courses high up over the trees. Flag Tag AZ features axe throwing and also laser tag for family friendly fun. Visiting Flagstaff is all about having fun and these companies will make sure to do just that!

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It sure is hot here in Arizona, but you wouldn’t know when you visit the one and only Flagstaff. Come experience our northern Arizona home that offers cool temps and plenty of exciting activities for the whole family. Everyone knows that once Labor Day rolls around that the end of the summer season is upon us. Make one last getaway before you throw in the summer towel with an adventure up north to Flagstaff. You will find plenty of activities and attractions during your Flagstaff Labor Day weekend stay. Take a look at what you can expect in Flagstaff:

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Flagstaff Art in the Park

Get ready for one of the most popular arts and crafts festivals in northern Arizona at Flagstaff Art in the Park. This yearly event takes place over two weekends. You will have already missed the Fourth of July weekend version, but Art in the Park also takes place over Labor Day Weekend. You will find this arts and crafts festival located at Wheeler Park, right in the heart of downtown Flagstaff. This beautiful park offers plenty of shade so you can hide from the sun as you shop from over 70 different artists. These artists come from all over the Southwest, bringing their unique pieces. You can peruse from crafts that include ceramics, soaps, eyewear and clothing, pet equipment, leatherwork, jewelry, glasswork, and so much more. Purchasing something from one of these artists not only lets you shop local to provide further to the art community but also bring home a unique gift found nowhere else. Flagstaff Art in the Park will feature various food trucks and vendors offering tasty food to make sure you don’t go hungry. The Shady Beer Garden offers a variety of regional and local beer, letting you relax sip after sip. Live music is always on hand for the three-day event. As you can see, Flagstaff Art in the Park is no joke and is sure to be an instant favorite for you and your family. Festival hours are from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM all Labor Day Weekend long.


Coconino County Fair

Get ready for the largest event in all of northern Arizona with the annual Coconino County Fair. This annual events takes place nearby at Fort Tuthill for a weekend full of festivities. The Coconino County Fair is like your typical fair with carnival games and fair attractions. Bring the whole family to see some truly entertaining activities over Labor Day Weekend. The Coconino County Fair also includes special events throughout the weekend too. Start your festival off with the Flagstaff Shakespeare Festival: Mini Renfaire, taking place on the main stage. A livestock and small stock show area will be open all weekend long for particular livestock showcases to watch. The Variety stage offers real life magic shows including a hypnotist and sword swallower. Visit the display of antique tractors to see a moment back in time. Live music will be on hand all weekend, including the Hot Red Chili Peppers, a tribute band to the Red Hot Chili Peppers playing their greatest hits. Of course, the kids will love all of the midway games you will find in the carnival area. Grab a bite to eat from the food vendors such as funnel cake or corndogs. Shuttle services are available from remote parking lots making it easy to get to and from the fair grounds. The Coconino County Fair will take place Labor Day Weekend; hours are from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM Friday through Sunday and 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM on Labor Day.


Check Out the Local Breweries

Celebrate the labor force up in Flagstaff who work tirelessly to produce some of the best tasting beer in all of Arizona. Local favorites include Dark Sky Brewery has always offers a tap list with rotating beers and several core offerings. Mother Road Brewing has been a staple in the community for over 20 years and can be found in the historic part of downtown Flagstaff. Or head over to Historic Brewing Company for their famous Piehole Porter that will give you dessert in a glass. Most of the local breweries are family friendly and offer rotating food trucks so you enjoy food during your visit. Bring a board game and relax as you enjoy a pint of your favorite beer around others enjoying their time in Flagstaff.


Labor Day Weekend Is Almost Here

The summer season may have just started, but Labor Day Weekend will be here before you know it. Book one of our vacation rentals today so you can find a property that welcomes you and your family. Stay close to these wonderful Labor Day activities along with having access to luxury amenities.

The summer season is always one of our favorite times of year to get outdoors and enjoy the beautiful weather here in Flagstaff. Come join us for another exciting summer season by visiting Flagstaff for the upcoming 4th of July celebration. Our nation’s founding is one of the best reasons to see a new location such as Flagstaff for your summer travels. You will find some 4th of July events and activities along with exciting summer activities during your stay. Here are some of our favorite ways to celebrate the 4th of July in Flagstaff this year:

Lights on the Lawn

Flagstaff is home to the annual Lights on the Lawn. This is a multiday event that takes place at Continental Country Club here in Flagstaff. Guests will be able to enjoy a variety of hot food and cold drinks to bring in their summer season. A food court with some incredible food vendors will be on hand to dish out the tasty eats. A beer garden is the perfect spot for adults to enjoy a pint of their favorite Flagstaff beer to cool off. Additional activities include an exciting youth activity area, live music and entertainment, and lawn games that include corn hole, volleyball, and frisbee. The name Lights on the Lawn comes from the closing ceremony of the 4th of July fireworks display that will look a little different this year.

4th of July Laser Lightshow

Most cities across the country celebrate the end of the 4th of July with a dazzling display of fireworks in the night sky. This has been the tradition for generations and continues to be one in most parts of the country. Flagstaff, however, will be making the shift this year from traditional fireworks to an incredible laser light show. The shift is primarily due to the extreme fire risk that Northern Arizona has seen over the past few years with hot and dry conditions. In order to protect our beautiful environment, a laser light show will be put on to continue this tradition in a new way. This year’s exclusive laser light show will start just after sunset at approximately 8:30 – 9:00 PM. Since laser light shows are only visible from up to 500 feet away, you will want to be onsite at the event, located at Fort Tuthill Park. Make sure to arrive at least an hour early and have a lawn chair and blanket on hand to be comfortable.

4th of July Parade

One activity that will not change this year is the annual 4th of July Parade taking place in Flagstaff. This annual event sees local businesses get together for lively and patriotic parade floats and costumes that are taken around Historic Downtown Flagstaff. The route will start at Elm & Beaver before heading south and making its way down San Francisco back north again. The 4th of July Parade will take place on July 4th from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM. Make sure to grab a spot along the route early so you can have plenty of room to see!

Check Out Lowell Observatory

Flagstaff is one of the few Dark Sky Communities here in the Southwest. The term comes from Flagstaff’s dark sky ordinance that restricts the amount of light for outdoor installations. You will find the night sky in Flagstaff to be pitch black, allowing for some of the best stargazing opportunities. Head over to Lowell Observatory to do just that. Their observatory has a nighttime telescope to help you see into the starry sky. Reaching the observatory is a short two-minute drive from Historic Downtown Flagstaff. There are daytime hours too where you can enjoy educational programming. Check out their schedule to see the highlight of their stargazing evening that will always focus on a new constellation or sight in the sky.

Explore Historic Downtown Flagstaff

You will have noticed that Historic Downtown Flagstaff is the center of the area. Make sure to spend some time exploring this historic neighborhood that is filled with a variety of shops, restaurants, and galleries. Local breweries such as Dar Sky Brewing and Mother Road Brewing are great for craft beer lovers. Dine at Tinderbox Kitchen or Shift Kitchen & Bar for some tasty food. West of the Moon Gallery and Bruce Aiken Fine Art showcase some incredible displays of art by local and national artists. There is plenty to see and do here in Historic Downtown Flagstaff.

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The temperatures might be heating up here in Arizona, but that does not stop us from getting excited for summer. Get ready for a summer like no other when you plan for a Memorial Day Weekend vacation. There is no better place to spend this holiday weekend than with us here in Flagstaff. Our Northern Arizona community sits thousands of feet above sea level, allowing us to avoid the extreme heat of other parts of Arizona. Instead, you will find cool ways to spend the start of your summer in the area. Take a look at how you can spend your Memorial Day in Flagstaff:

Take a Look Around Historic Downtown Flagstaff

Like other historic cities Flagstaff features a vibrant downtown neighborhood that is an absolute joy to explore. Historic Downtown Flagstaff features some of the city’s oldest and preserved buildings. Inside, you will find fine dining restaurants that feature award-winning chefs, craft breweries that produce small batches of beer, art galleries featuring local and national renowned artists, and pop-up shops that provide unique gifts and trinkets. For a little more adventure for your Historic Downtown Flagstaff exploration make sure to pick up an official visitor guide from the Flagstaff Visitor Center as you make your way into town located at 1 E. Route 66. These guides will provide you with a variety of self-guided tours that you can enjoy on your own in Historic Downtown Flagstaff.

Stop by the Museum of Northern Arizona

Take your family on an educational yet exciting outing here in Flagstaff by visiting the Museum of Northern Arizona. This local museum features a variety of exhibits, including displays of dinosaur bones, the geology of the Grand Canyon, and insights into the Native American culture that originated in the area. You will also find a variety of goodies at the gift shop that will make for unique gifts to take back with you. Best of all, all children ages 9 years and younger get in for absolutely free at the Museum of Northern Arizona!

Visit the Local Craft Breweries

As mentioned, you will find several of the local craft breweries located in Historic Downtown Flagstaff. You can enjoy your own personal craft beer voyage by partaking in the Flagstaff Brewery Trail. This is a self-guided tour of the many breweries in the area and their delicious ales. It starts out by obtaining a copy of the brewery trail passport that can be obtained from the Flagstaff Visitor Center. After that simply visit at least five of the craft breweries participating in the trail. Breweries that are included on the trail include Historic Brewing Company that offers their flagship Piehole Porter. Wanderlust Brewing is on the map and is known for the German and Belgium inspired beers. Mother Road Brewing Company has been a staple in the community for years and is known for their Tower Station IPA, an award-winning beer. There are styles of beer for everyone to enjoy when they visit these three breweries and the many more available to stop by at. Once you have filled out your passport, simply return it to the visitor center for a commemorative pint glass. Make sure to be responsible and use a ride share or walk in between each of the breweries.

Stop by a National Monument

Flagstaff is known as the City of Seven Wonders, as it is in close proximity to seven different parks and monuments. It is easy to get to exciting places nearby such as the Grand Canyon National Park, Coconino National Forest, Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, and more. Each of these areas are just a short drive away and will make your stay in Flagstaff unforgettable.

Go Stargazing at the Lowell Observatory

Flagstaff is a Dark Sky Community, meaning its minimal light pollution allows for easy stargazing in the area. There is no better place in the area to go stargazing at than Lowell Observatory. This local observatory won the 2020 Ecotourism Award and continues to highlight the importance of dark skies. You can participate in the weekend nightly events during your stay and take a peek at the night sky through the telescope. Your children will have a blast being able to stay up late and enjoy something educational during your Memorial Day stay.

Visit Flagstaff This Memorial Day Weekend

These are just a few of the many ways you can spend your Memorial Day Weekend with us in Flagstaff. Regardless of the activities you get to enjoy, you need to make sure to reserve one of our vacation rentals soon for this busy weekend. Our properties are some of the finest homes in Flagstaff and will make sure you have a comfortable experience.

The spring season is coming in hot, and it’s time to start preparing for a variety of spring holidays. One such holiday is Mother’s Day, a time we take to show our mothers how much we care. Mother’s Day is always important but tends to get overlooked for potential travel plans. Make sure to treat your mother this year to a vacation getaway somewhere new and exciting such as Flagstaff. Our Northern Arizona home is sure to welcome her with open arms and a variety of exciting activities and attractions. Take a look at how your mother can celebrate Mother’s Day in Flagstaff this year:

Day at the Spa

Treat your mother to some extra relaxation by booking her a reservation at a local spa. Flagstaff is home to various spas, but a few stand out among the others. These local favorites include places such as Spatique Day Spa here in the city. Spatique has been open for over 7 years and features luxury services at a friendly price. Your mother can enjoy services such as facials, pedicures, manicures, and more. Another great spot in town that is known for incredible skin care services is New Glow Medspa. Of course, your mother probably wants a massage during her stay in Flagstaff too; visit Flagstaff Holistic Spa and Wellness Center for a rejuvenating experience. Their therapeutic massages can be deep tissue to really work out the kinks in any shoulders. They also offer a variety of skin care services such as facials!

Mother’s Day Dinner

When you visit Flagstaff, you will be glad to know that the city offers a variety of incredible restaurants around the city. You will find many of these restaurants to be around downtown Flagstaff. Each spot offers a great place to take your mother for a lovely night out. Josephine’s Restaurant is a great spot that offers New American items in a restored bungalow setting. The stone fireplace and front porch are highlights of the building and add to the ambience. The cocktails are always made to order by hand with something that can be paired with each entrée. For a taste of fine dining, look no further than Brix. This local restaurant and wine bar focuses on seasonal produce for incredible entrees. The wine list is expansive and offers something for everyone. Last but certainly not least is Tinderbox Kitchen that serves up a variety of comfort foods with a luxury twist along with new age cocktails. There is plenty to enjoy here in Flagstaff!

Wine Night Out

Take your mother out for a glass of wine (or two) to celebrate this Mother’s Day in Flagstaff. While the city does not have any proper wineries in town, it does have some great wine bars to check out. Oeno Wine lounge, formerly known as Vino Loco, has been a staple in downtown Flagstaff and offers a variety of wine. You will find daily specials and a huge selection to choose from. There are plenty of bottles to shop around for too that you can easily bring back to the vacation rental. FLG Terroir: Wine Bar & Bistro is another spot in downtown Flagstaff that is a great spot to hang out. This local bar focuses on small boutique wines from all over the world for something different. You can even enjoy a few small plates of oysters and charcuterie boards in between your wine flights. If wine is not your mother’s drink of choice, Flagstaff also features a variety of breweries in the city along with a mead hall!

Cozy Vacation Rentals

Make sure your mother is absolutely comfortable during her Mother’s Day stay by booking her one of our vacation rentals. You will find that these properties are the finest in the city and are sure to be her new favorite home away from home. These are full-size homes that provide multiple bedrooms, making them perfect for when the whole family comes along for the journey. Spacious living rooms offer full size furniture options like sectional sofas, and some have gas fireplaces. Gourmet kitchens feature full-size appliances, spacious countertops, and all the cookware you need to prepare a meal. Outdoor yards are great to soak up some sunshine in May. Best of all, these vacation rentals are all just a short drive away from the many activities shown here!

Get Ready for Mother’s Day in Flagstaff

There is no better time than the present to book your stay for Mother’s Day here in Flagstaff. Show your mother how much she means to you with a gifted vacation like no other. Come see what is happening in Flagstaff!

Just because you live in the southwest does not mean you cannot find a white Christmas within a short flying or driving distance. For the upcoming holidays make your way to beautiful Flagstaff up here in Northern Arizona. Many people around the country would not expect an Arizona town to feature plentiful snowfall but we are happy to be a pleasant surprise. A trip to Flagstaff can be exactly what you need for a new family tradition with loved ones. Flagstaff features plenty of Christmas and winter-themed things to do for you to enjoy. Take a look at some of our favorites Flagstaff Christmas activities and events:

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Lights at the Station

If you are in the mood for a casual stroll through Downtown Flagstaff to see Christmas lights look no further than Lights at the Station. This annual event takes place along the path of the Flagstaff Visitor’s Center. A dazzling light display will be lit up for all to see free of charge. Visitors will be able to enjoy this festive activity during the month of December so make sure to dress warmly to keep your hands and feet cozy.

The North Pole Experience

Have you ever wanted an inside look into Santa’s Workshop? If so, make sure to check out the North Pole Experience exclusively found in Flagstaff. This annual event shows off Santa’s magical 400-year-old toy workshop that is decorated from head to toe. This incredible experience has been voted as one of the best children’s activities for the winter in the entire state of Arizona. Additional activities include visiting the Elf University, Santa’s Sleigh Hangar, and Mrs. Claus’ Bakery. The kids can also get photos with Santa Claus himself! The experience starts at Little America Hotel where a trolley will whisk you off to the Magic Portal leading you to the North Pole. During your visit you can enjoy hot chocolate and freshly baked cookies, an honorary elf diploma, and writing a letter to Santa. Tickets start at $42 for children and $48 for adults. The North Pole Experience is available during the months of November and December and each tour lasts around an hour and forty minutes in total.

Miracle on 34th Street

The holidays are the perfect time to see a live stage production right here in Flagstaff. This holiday season the Theatrikos Theatre Company will be putting on their rendition of a Miracle on 34th Street. You will be in for quite the treat especially if you have never seen this stage performance before. Enjoy the classic tale of a young lawyer defending a nice old man who claims to be Santa Claus. This story truly exemplifies the holiday spirit. Miracle on 34th Street will be on stage from November 25th through December 18th exclusively at Theatrikos Theatre Company.

Flagstaff Shakespeare Festival

While each of these events have been tied to the Christmas holiday not all special events in December are directly linked to the holidays. The Flagstaff Shakespeare Festival will be taking place from December 8th through the 18th at the Gift of the Magi. This festival, also known as FlagShakes, faithfully portrays classic Renaissance activities here in Flagstaff. Each actor driven skit can be viewed that provides learning opportunities and accessibility. Show your family a new side to the holidays with a visit to the Flagstaff Shakespeare Festival.

Ride the Polar Express

Come experience the adventures as described in the classic children’s tale of The Polar Express by boarding the Grand Canyon Railroad. Flagstaff is located near many Northern Arizona attractions including the Grand Canyon Railroad that is approximately half an hour outside of the city limits. The Grand Canyon Railroad puts on many themed train rides throughout the year including The Polar Express. This enchanting ride will have you arriving at the “North Pole” to find Santa Claus and his loveable reindeer. Guests of the train ride will be able to enjoy freshly baked cookies and hot chocolate provided by Santa’s very own chefs. Don’t’ miss out on this incredible holiday journey that only the Grand Canyon Railroad can provide.

Visit Arizona Snowbowl

In between your holiday activities, make sure you and the family have a chance to visit Arizona Snowbowl, one of Arizona’s top skiing destinations. This local peak offers around 260 inches of snowfall each year and provides dozens of ski slopes to ride down. Their onsite rental shop has plenty of gear for you to use for the day; also check out the equipment for purchase as well. All experience levels are welcome including beginners who can sign up for an introductory lesson. A trip to Snowbowl is just what everyone wants for Christmas!

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Book Today for Flagstaff

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Each year travelers look for the perfect reason to make their way to Flagstaff. Our Northern Arizona home is the perfect location for a wonderful getaway any time of the year. The fall season is finally here and with it comes cooler temperatures and the changing of the color of the leaves. The fall season also brings with it a variety of exciting events including Halloween. Enjoy this spooky holiday with us in Flagstaff as you enjoy a variety of holiday events and fall-season activities. Take a look at why you won’t regret a Halloween in Flagstaff:


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Flagstaff Freaky Fouttours

Halloween is a holiday designed to celebrate all things spooky and you will find no shortage of spooky activities here in Flagstaff. Like other Northern Arizona towns, Flagstaff has a rich history with hauntings, especially in the downtown neighborhood. You and your family can go out and explore the supposed haunted buildings of downtown Flagstaff with the folks over at Flagstaff Freaky Foottours. They offer walking tours that will take you around downtown Flagstaff at night as the rich history is explained out loud. The tour is approximately one mile in length with around seven or eight stops along the way. This 75-minute tour will discuss the railroad expansion of the 1880s and the resulting hauntings at local buildings such as the historic Monte Vista hotel and even the library. Their haunted history tour is rated PG-13 making it the perfect spooky activity for families with older children. Reservations are highly encouraged during October and can be placed by calling 928-224-0518. Tickets start at $18 per person for this must-see activity!


Rocky Horror Picture Show at The Orpheum

For many adults, Halloween is never complete without getting to see a live stage production of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. This iconic movie has hit the theatre stages over the last decade and continues to be a classic tradition in the fall. Flagstaff will have the perfect opportunity for you to join in on the fun and shenanigans this fall season on Saturday 10/22. This Saturday will host two different stage productions of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. You can attend the early performance taking place at 7:30 PM or stop in for the late performance starting at 10:30 PM. Each performance is known to bring the attendees into the fold by having them join on stage or being called out by the cast members. Tickets include regular viewing seats or the “More, More, More” VIP tickets that have you sitting upfront and practically being a part of the show. The Rocky Horror Picture Show is an 18 and up performance only so no children are allowed for either performance. Get your tickets today by contacting The Orpheum Theatre by calling 928-556-1580.


Downtown Flagstaff Trick or Treat Trail

Halloween will always be a family holiday as groups of adults and children get together in their best costumes to show off to the world. Trick or Treating is especially the favorite activity for any Halloween-loving family and you will find plenty of opportunities for that here in Flagstaff. On Halloween Day families can make their way to Downtown Flagstaff for the annual Downtown Flagstaff Trick or Treat Trail. Things finally feel back to normal after the past few Halloween holidays have dealt with social distancing. This year’s event is shaping up to be the best yet for a safe and fun trick-or-treat experience for the kids. The event will take place from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM and kicks off from Heritage Square where you can grab a trick-or-treat trail map; the map is also available online. Many different Flagstaff businesses will be offering a “Harvest Special” along the way as well as offering candy for children so make sure to stop in their businesses to see the special deal. After you are done tracking down all of the delicious candy you and your family can make your way back to Heritage Square for some more fun. Here you can enjoy live music and fun Halloween activities. The Freaky Fashion Show will show off the best-dressed costumes and so much more. The event will make sure all adults and children feel safe and have plenty of candy to round up. Don’t miss out on the Downtown Flagstaff Trick or Treat Trail happening on Monday 10/31.


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Our large family cabins for rent in Flagstaff AZ are the perfect lodging you need for a thrilling and spooky time here in Flagstaff. You will be just minutes away from popular locations such as Downtown Flagstaff or Northern Arizona University. Expect to find luxury amenities inside each property that is privately owned and ready to host your family.