Ft. Tuthill County Park

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Overview


Nestled in cool Ponderosa pine forest 3 miles south of Flagstaff, the County's premier 633-acre regional park is open year round as a recreation destination. Throughout the year, outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy the multi-use trails, archery, and the many events and outdoor recreations programs offered.

In the summer, Fort Tuthill hosts a wide array of unique events and festivals, such as the Coconino County Fair and equestrian events, as well as concerts and music festivals.

In the winter, Fort Tuthill transforms into a snowy wonderland as it offers passive snow play opportunities, as well as snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing for all ages (weather permitting).

View the Fort Tuthill County Park map

Experience Watchable Wildlife Opportunities


Fort Tuthill County Park is one of 30 wildlife viewing sites within 30 miles of Flagstaff.

Visit Arizona Watchable Wildlife Experience to listen to audio guides, plan your visit and to find other watchable wildlife sites in northern Arizona.
Animal Tracks

Facilities & Amenities

Fort Tuthill Bike Park

Accessibility 

Outside of wheelchair-accessible portions of the park, other power-driven mobility devices (OPDMDs) are allowed on the Soldiers Trail and the Flagstaff Urban Trail System (FUTS) trails at Fort Tuthill. OPDMDs are not allowed on other single-track trails (Bridge, Highlands, Loop, Drop, Swoop) for safety and environmental protection reasons.

Draft Fort Tuthill County Park Management Plan

You may review the Draft Fort Tuthill County Park Management Plan document and provide comments here. Comments are due by December 4th, 2022. 

If you were unable to attend the meetings about the plan, you may review the recording here