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).
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.