Flagstaff, AZ, USA

Flagstaff, AZ, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 628 vacation rentals near Flagstaff. From 305 houses to 150 cabins, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Flagstaff for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

From forests to festivals, Flagstaff knows how to have fun

Nestled in the mountains of northern Arizona and surrounded by the dense Coconino National Forest, Flagstaff offers an ideal landscape for a host of recreational activities. The town also serves as a popular home base for a host of nearby national parks and landmarks. But you don't have to be the outdoorsy type to book a Flagstaff vacation rental. Home to popular festivals, a world-renowned observatory, and the Northern Arizona University campus, Flagstaff welcomes cerebral types in search of educational institutions. No matter your reason for coming to Flagstaff, you're bound to leave with a smile on your face.

It's not all downhill (skiing) from here

Right outside the door of your Flagstaff vacation rental you'll find a region ripe for adventure. The Arizona Snowbowl offers a variety of trails for skiers and a terrain park for snowboarders. Flagstaff also caters to outdoor enthusiasts with its network of hiking, running, and biking trails. Prefer to exercise your mind? The city's artistic side shines at its numerous festivals, covering topics from movies and books, and by boasting its own light opera company and symphony orchestra. Music fills the air during the outdoor summer concerts or whenever a band hits the stage at the historic 1911 Orpheum Theater.

Search for beauty, from the highest stars to a canyon floor

Science takes center stage at the Lowell Observatory, where you can peer through telescopes and see exhibits on the solar system. The Museum of Northern Arizona covers a variety of topics, examining everything from ecology to the cultural landscape of the Colorado Plateau. If you really want to reach back into the region's history, visit Wupatki National Monument, home to the dwellings of the Ancient Pueblo people. Looking for an escape to nature? Treat yourself to a leisurely stroll through the 200-acre Arboretum at Flagstaff, or make the 90-minute drive to the majestic beauty of Grand Canyon National Park.

Flagstaff's forecast: snow, snow, and more snow!

Booking a Flagstaff vacation rental for the winter? While daytime highs hover around the 40s, the town gets pummeled with around 100 inches of powder annually. January through March is particularly snowy, with up to 20 inches of snow each month. Daytime highs in the spring and fall stay in the comfortable 50s and 60s, but evening temperatures can dip below freezing. Early summers in Flagstaff are typically warm, sunny, and dry with highs in the 70s and 80s, while late summers, particularly July and August, see an increase in rainfall.

Volcanoes, forests, and bears—anything goes in Flagstaff!

Flagstaff offers a remarkably pristine scenery, as the San Francisco Peaks, a rugged, volcanic mountain range, rise in the north, including the 12,633-foot Humphreys Peak, the highest point in Arizona. The Ponderosa Pines of Coconino National Forest lie directly to the east and offer a lush landscape filled with canyons, small lakes, creeks, and streams. The lush forest is also home to such wildlife as horned toads, blue herons, and bald eagles, but keep a watchful eye for black bears and mountain lions. The famous red rocks of Sedona are just 50 minutes to the south of Flagstaff.