Flagstaff, Arizona, is a perfect winter destination. With its snowy landscapes, it offers a picturesque setting for winter sports and outdoor adventures, including skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and stargazing. The city’s charming downtown area exudes a cozy atmosphere with its historic architecture and winter festivities. Plus, its proximity to the Grand Canyon adds an extra layer of magic, as the iconic landmark is less crowded and takes on a unique beauty in the winter. Whether you’re seeking outdoor thrills or a tranquil retreat, Flagstaff has it all in the winter months and Village Camp Flagstaff is set to be your perfect base camp for every adventure.
Explore the Picturesque Scenery: The surrounding landscapes, including the San Francisco Peaks and the Coconino National Forest, transform into a breathtaking winter wonderland covered in snow. The scenery is simply stunning, providing ample opportunities for outdoor activities and photography.
Ski & Ride: Flagstaff’s (& Village Camp’s!) proximity to Arizona Snowbowl means you can enjoy downhill skiing and snowboarding without the crowds often found at larger ski resorts. The Snowbowl also offers snowmaking capabilities to ensure you’re always skiing and riding the best possible conditions.
Outdoor Adventures: Beyond skiing and snowboarding, Flagstaff offers a wide range of winter outdoor activities such as snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, ice skating, and hiking. The snowy landscapes create a serene and beautiful backdrop for these adventures.
Go On A Beer Tour: Flagstaff’s local breweries have something to please everyone’s craft beer palate, from distinctive IPAs and light-hearted Sessions to limited-edition brews and Kölsch-style ales. Get out and explore the wild creativity that has turned Flagstaff into Arizona’s Craft Brew City. Learn more about the Flagstaff Brewery Trail here.
Grand Canyon Visits: Flagstaff is a convenient base for visiting the Grand Canyon in the winter. The Grand Canyon’s rim is less crowded during this season, and the sight of the canyon covered in snow is truly magical. Be sure to double check closures and operational updates before your trip!
Stargazing: Flagstaff is known for its dark skies, which make it an excellent destination for stargazing year-round. In the winter, you can enjoy clear and crisp nights for observing the stars and celestial wonders.
Winter Festivities: The city of Flagstaff hosts various winter events and festivals, such as Winterfest, where you can enjoy holiday markets, ice skating, and seasonal celebrations.
Cozy Atmosphere: The charming downtown area of Flagstaff exudes a cozy and inviting atmosphere during the winter. Restaurants and cafes offer warm, comforting meals, and the historic architecture adds to the winter charm.
Cultural Attractions: Flagstaff boasts cultural attractions like museums and historic sites, which provide indoor options for learning and entertainment on colder days.
Cabin Retreats, Of Course! The tiny adventure cabins at Village Camp Flagstaff offer a cozy and rustic winter retreat experience. Find the perfect cabin for your crew’s winter getaway here.
Why Make Village Camp Your Winter Base Camp in Flagstaff?
Village Camp Flagstaff features a year-round heated hot tub, a full bar and bistro housed in a mountain modern clubhouse – framed by steel construction and glass walls amplifying breathtaking views of the San Francisco Peaks.
Our cabin rentals offer living rooms, kitchens or kitchenettes and enough beds for the whole group or family.
And the best part? There’s an adventure for everyone right out the back door.