Additional Location Information
The Cabin is located in Kachina Village, 6 miles South of Flagstaff. Raymond County Park with many amenities is located to your right just as you enter the Village. There is also a gas station and Subway on your left. The gas station does carry some grocery items. The neighborhood is quiet, peaceful and safe. Hiking and mountain biking trail- heads are close to the cabin. Guests have the driveway and front of cabin to park vehicles. Flagstaff is 10 minutes away by car. Once in Flagstaff there is an excellent Bus system called Mountain Line. The City of Flagstaff, like most university towns, has considerable to offer in the way of activities, entertainment and culture plus the additional activities and amenities of a mountain town and historic value of the legendary Route 66. There is an up-to-date activity manual located in the kitchen for your use. The cabin has just about everything you will need during your stay including a 60 inch 3D Smart TV, wireless WiFi, linens, towels, hair dryer, cooking utensils, dishes, laundry room and supplies including ironing board and iron, dishwasher, and barbecue. Flagstaff has 4-season appeal. Flagstaff, a winter wonderland just minutes away from desert landscape. There is cross-country and downhill skiing and snowboarding (less than 30 minutes away at The Arizona SnowBowl), ice skating snowshoeing, sledding and snow play areas during the winter. Hiking, mountain biking, mountain running, horseback riding, kayaking, birding, swimming, fishing, rock climbing, bouldering, and an extreme adventure course during the summer including a zip line through the tall pines. Summer temperatures run in the 70's-80's during the day and cooling down at night. The fall is one of the most beautiful times of the year in Flagstaff. The weather is cool and crisp and the Aspen tree leaves have turned gold along with red maple leaves and other colorful leaf changes. The ski lift operates almost year round so you can get a birds eye view of this beautiful mountain community. Spring is usually very short lived but is an exciting time. Tulips and other spring bloomers abound. Snow melts create running streams that are gorgeous to behold and are only seen at this time of the year. Northern Arizona is also home to large game. Elk and deer are frequently spotted.