The Arboretum At Flagstaff

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About The Arboretum At Flagstaff, Flagstaff

The Arboretum at Flagstaff is a botanical garden covering vast acres of land. It houses thousands of species of plants and trees. It is home to drought tolerant species, which includes native and adaptive species. It is the most apt representative of the high-desert Colorado Plateau. It is a cubicle to the Grand Canyon and Zion National Park. The Arboretum was originally a garden and a working ranch. This botanical garden has many different areas which is the gene pool for various habitats, with perennial, herb, pond and pine tree trails. The arboretum forms for a welcome respite from the heat of Phoenix.

The Arboretum At Flagstaff Tickets Prices

  • Senior (65+): 6 USD
  • Youth (5-17): 3 USD
  • Under 5: Free
  • Dogs: 2.50 USD

The Arboretum At Flagstaff Opening and Closing Hours

  • The Arboretum is closed November 1 through April 14, except for the 2016 Festival of the Trees Nov 11 – Dec 3.

How To Get To The Arboretum At Flagstaff by Public Transport

  • By Bus: To Thompson St. (Arizona Daily Sun) bus station.
  • By rented car and cabs.

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Address: 4001 S Woody Mountain Rd, Flagstaff, AZ 86001, United States

Phone: +1-9287741442

Ticket Price: 9 USD

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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  • The Arboretum may be beautiful and wonderful...I don't know. I never got there! The road to the Arboretum is about 3 miles long. It is dirt and rock, and parts resemble a washboard. Don't take a clean car! Don't take a low-clearance vehicle! Don't take a car you care about! I drove a mile and a half in an F150--and turned around. The road is disgraceful. Why don't they get a federal (or some other) grant and pave the road? How long has it been this way? How long will it be this way? I won't try to visit the Arboretum again until the road is paved.

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  • Kind of out of the way at the end of a dirt road. It's on the small side but not the worst then you have this sort that I have visited. The staff was friendly and accommodating but there's just not a lot to do. They don't offer any kind of food or libation so you can stretch out your visit unless you bring a sack lunch

  • Beautiful location for a wedding. The reason I give it 3 stars and not 5 was because the wasps and bees there were everywhere once the food was put out. It was overwhelming.

  • Terrible drive up for our small car. Big rough dirt/gravel road. We had to go 10mph in our chevy cavalier otherwise it would be way too bumpy. Then when you get here, it's not much. The butterfly house is really small with hardly any butterflies. And the park itself is small. It only took about 20 minutes to walk the whole thing at a normal pace. I was very disappointed with our experience here at the Flagstaff Arboretum. Not worth the time and money.

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  • Cute little hidden garden, with some good views. Not much in bloom at this time (early June), so really just a nice little nature walk. Little butterfly house was cute. We were stopping by because we had some time to kill on our way back from the Grand Canyon. A dirt road leads to the arboretum, so that was a bit of a surprise, but not a problem.

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