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Coconino County Parks are the following 6: Cataract Lake Campground, Fort Tuthill County Park, Grand Canyon National Park, Peaks View County Park, Raymond County Park, and Sawmill Multicultural Art & Nature County Park.

Fort Tuthill County Park is located just south of Flagstaff off Interstate 17 (Exit 337). This park features the Amphitheater, Coconino County Fairgrounds, a Grandstands/Race Track, the Posse Arena, and trails. The Amphitheater is used for performing arts, concerts, and weddings. Coconino County Fairgrounds offers shows, festivals, and fairs. The Grandstands/Race Track offers rodeos, horse shows, and motorcross events. Ropings and gymkhanas form the Posse Arena. The 6.5 miles of trail is open to hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrians. Six picnic ramadas can be reserved for private parties and family get-togethers, and overnight camping and horse stalls are available.

Peaks View County Park features a playground, picnic areas, hiking and equestrian trails, and the latest in sports fields - a state-of-the-art artificial turf for year-round enjoyment. Its soccer field measures 116 x 65 yards and is designed for use by youth through high school. Peaks View County Park is located in Doney Park (east of Flagstaff), just south of the Summit Firestation and adjacent to Cromer Elementary School, on Koch Field Road.

Raymond County Park was established when the Raymond Foundation donated five acres of land in Kachina Village to Coconino County in 1972. This 13.5 acre Park features a basketball court, picnic tables, a new playground, and a Bold'R wall. It connects to the Pumphouse Greenway, a popular wildlife viewing area in the springtime. Raymond County Park also offers the Bold'R climbing walls which are designed to emphasize horizontal climbing or "bouldering”. To visit the park, travel I-17 to exit 333 (Kachina Village/Mountainaire) five miles south of Flagstaff, and turn west. Raymond County Park is immediately to the north and wraps west to Pumphouse Greenway through Pumphouse Wash. That linear parkland extends to Harrenburg Wash, near Kachina Village Utility (Jadito Trail).

Contact information:

Coconino County Parks and Recreation
Phone 1: (928) 779-1762
Phone 2: (928) 774-5139
Phone 3: (928) 679-8000
E-mail 1:
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