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Our vacation home is surrounded by the Coconino National Forest, located in a quiet rural neighborhood nestled in tall pines at top of a hill at 7,000 feet. Elk frequent the large meadow and creek at the bottom of the hill.  Hear birds and wind rustling through the pines.  The location is great for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts.  The wildlife includes elk, fox, deer, and a large variety of waterfowl and migratory birds.  The deck and upstairs windows have distant views of pine national forest.  The landscaping in entire neighborhood is the natural indigenous tall pine trees, which are protected by the state.

Distances to nearby attractions:

County park        1.0 mile
129-acre greenway                   
1.0 mile
National forest gate             
1.3 miles
Downtown Flagstaff    
8 miles
Oak creek canyon                           
9 miles
Lake Mary                                         
18 miles
Arizona Snowbowl ski resort         
20 miles
Sunset crater                                    
20 miles
Walnut canyon                                 
19 miles
Sedona                                             
22 miles
Mormon lake                                                
31 miles
Grand Canyon                                  92 miles

About Flagstaff (Navajo: Kinłání) is a city located in northern Arizona, in the southwestern United States. As of July 2006, the city's estimated population was 58,213[1]. The population of the Metropolitan Statistical Area was estimated at 127,450 in 2007[2]. It is the county seat of Coconino County.[3] In 2005, Men's Journal named Flagstaff as No. 2 on its Best Places to Live list, and National Geographic cited the city in its list of "10 Great Towns That Will Make You Feel Young."[4] The city is named after a Ponderosa Pine flagpole made by a scouting party from Boston (known as the "Flagstaff Tea Party") to celebrate the United States Centennial on July 4, 1876. More at wikipedia definition of Flagstaff


Got questions? or to make a reservation please call: Clara at 602-369-8582 or email:owners@cabinaz.com