Park News

Parks, natural areas, trails, and playgrounds managed by Coconino County are open for public enjoyment; this excludes Louise Yellowman County Park (updated 3/15/21). Per the CDC, carefully consider use of playgrounds and help children follow guidelines. It is difficult to keep playground surfaces clean and disinfected, and playgrounds at parks are not disinfected. 

The Parks & Recreation Office, located at Fort Tuthill County Park in Flagstaff, AZ, has reopened! Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. We are closed weekends and holidays. You may also reach Parks & Recreation staff by phone at (928) 679 8000 or e-mail at parksrec(at)coconino.az.gov.

Coconino County Parks & Recreation encourages the public to engage in responsible physical and social distancing. Per the CDC, please keep a 6’ distance between you and others if you head outdoors to practice mental and physical health. Please follow these recommended practices, as well as Guidance from Coconino County Health and Human Services and Arizona Department of Health Services, to help keep you, your loved ones, and your community safe.

Other News

  • Curious how Coconino County Parks & Recreation Operations and Maintenance repurposes felled trees from hazardous tree removal? Check out this video, which showcases projects completed in 2020. 
  • Read the department's Re-Opening for Facility Rentals
  • Check out upcoming events; this list is changing due to COVID-19, so please check back periodically.

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Parks and Rec June 2021