Howard Johnson Inn And Suites Flagstaff

2520 East Lucky Lane, Off I-40 Exit 198, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86004, United States
Howard Johnson Flagstaff I-40 Exit 198 E. Lucky Lane
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Nearby Sights

by TravillionRex

I'll probably be swinging by Flagstaff, stayed there before and took a tour to Grand Canyon and Monument Valley (loved both!) Was wondering if there are any other day tours worth the trip, mainly to Canyon de Chelly (too far?) or Petrified Forest? Also, is there any way to get to Walnut Canyon or Sunset Crater without renting a car (no licence)?

Re: Nearby Sights

by bocmaxima

Canyon de Chelly is a little far from Flag, but you could certainly do it as a day trip. There's only one trail in that you can do without a Navajo guide. If you want the guide, there are a few different choices on how to do the tour through the canyon.
No way to get to Wupatki/Sunset Crater or Walnut Canyon without a car. The public transit in Flagstaff is limited and ends at the Flagstaff Mall. You may be able to find a tour, but they're not as popular spots as the Grand Canyon.

Re: Nearby Sights

by TravillionRex

Looks like I'll be staying a bit in Flagstaff, taking a couple tours, but is there anything else in Flag that I can get to without a car? (Not that I'll need to, I can seriously stay a week in town, & just take tours!)

Re: Nearby Sights

by bocmaxima

> but is there anything else in Flag that I can get to without a car?
Oh, yeah!
The whole Downtown area is awesome, and the NAU campus is pretty nice. You've also got the Riordan Mansion, Museum of Northern Arizona and the Lowell Observatory. Most are walking distance from Downtown, but the Museum is accessible by bus.

Travel Tips for Flagstaff

Go to Lowell Observatory, is...

by silvia-m.b

Go to Lowell Observatory, is great! See in the picture the big Clark Telescope. The Lowell Observatory 24-inch refracting telescope was built by Alvan Clark and Sons in 1896. Lowell astronomer Vesto Slipher obtained the first evidence of the expanding universe using THIS telescope! Daytime tours and seasonal evening viewing are available.
More information?
Lowell Observatory
1400 W. Mars Hill Road
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
520-774-3358 Museum of Northern Arizona visit was also really nice!

Packing List

by dzni

It's cool here, so bring some long pants and a jacket for the evenings. You'll be OK with shorts during the day, probably, especially if you venture from the city. This is for summer... I don't know about winter.

Slide Rock State Park on Hwy. 89

by LauraWest

Very popular on a hot day, as a place to get wet, swim & play. Its beautiful. If I had a scanner, I could add the photos I took of the swimming hole that boys & one Dad were jumping off cliffs into! Lots of slick rock to slide on, too, of course. We stopped on the way to Phoenix from Flagstaff, on our way to San Diego, California. This park was great! Lots of happy families. Small mountains & trees all around, rocks to climb on, very scenic; I've got a "thing" for rocks!!

WALNUT CANYON off I-40 E about...


WALNUT CANYON off I-40 E about 7 miles from FLAGSTAFF.
IF TIME PERMITS, try a SMOOTH WATER FLOAT TRIP ON COLORADO RIVER from PAGE AZ (This is an all-day day event with 3.5 hours on the river but 286 land miles of travel.)

Best Mexican Food

by mrandmrsdevlin about La Fonda

If you come to Flagstaff, do not leave without going to La Fonda for some awesome authentic Mexican food. It's off the beaten track, nestled in a less affluent neighborhood in Flagstaff, but any cab driver, or local will be more than happy to take you there or give you directions. Everything is awesome!


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 Howard Johnson Inn And Suites Flagstaff

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Address: 2520 East Lucky Lane, Off I-40 Exit 198, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86004, United States