Norfolk, VA, USA

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Mountain panoramas in Arizona

Munds Park sits in the heart of the Coconino National Forest, enjoying an enviable location surrounded by tall mountains and shaded by scented ponderosa pine forests. Most visitors come here to explore the wooden trails that stretch out from town for hiking, mountain biking, and off-roading, but it’s also a great region for canoeing, fishing, birdwatching, and generally getting in touch with your inner adventurer. Your Munds Park vacation rental will prove an ideal base from which you can explore high mountain peaks, the distinctive red sandstone spires and galleries of Sedona, and Arizona’s fascinating history.

Outdoor pursuits in Arizona

Many hiking and biking trails meander out from the secluded Munds Park vacation rentals tucked away in the forest. Kicking up some mud is also a popular summertime occupation here for ATV enthusiasts. That said, if you prefer birdsong to the roar of engines, the silent waters of nearby Odell Lake offer picturesque opportunities for kayaking and trout fishing. Arizona’s largest natural lake, Mormon Lake, is only around 45 minutes away, presenting explorers with more biking, hiking and horseback riding trails. In winter, cut along the snowy white pathways, past snow-laden pines, either on a snowmobile or by partaking in cross-country skiing.

Rural landmarks around Munds Park

Munds Park boasts Pinewood Country Club, an 18-hole championship golf course, surrounded by mountain pines. Golfers would be hard-pressed to find a more scenic course. The city of Flagstaff is around a 25-minute drive north, and is where you’ll find vital shops and amenities. A visit to its Lowell Observatory will also open up an entire starry universe to the whole family. Meanwhile, you’ll find high-end restaurants, shops, and galleries at the spiritual hilltop town of Sedona, famous for its towering rock formations, just 45 minutes away. Don’t miss the opportunity to explore Arizona’s fascinating pre-Columbian heritage at the nearby Walnut Canyon National Monument and Wupatki National Monument.

Sunny summers, winter snow

Munds Park enjoys warm, dry weather through the summer, with average temperatures in the 60s and 70s through May to September. The pine forests and fresh mountain air largely keep temperatures pleasant, but they have been known to get scorching at the height of summer. In winter, on the other hand, temperatures can drop below freezing. Book a Munds Park vacation rental with a cozy, real wood fireplace and head to the Arizona Snowbowl just north of Flagstaff for top-notch skiing and snowboarding.

Natural splendor near Munds Park

Arizona’s tallest mountain, Humphreys Peak, is just an hour away, to the north of Flagstaff. Hike the trail to the peak for stunning vistas over mountains, desert, and ponderosa pine forests. On a clear day, you can see the 70 miles to the Grand Canyon. Wildlife abounds in the area, with elk, deer, bear, and other large game calling these woodlands home, and you can spot ospreys and bald eagles surfing thermals high overhead. To the north, Priest Draw is a popular rock climbing and bouldering spot – a uniquely rewarding way to experience these dramatic mountains.