National Parks

Buffalo Park

Flagstaff, AZ

4 (5 reviews)

Where are we going?

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Address: Buffalo Park, Coconino National Forest, 2400 North Gemini Road, Flagstaff, AZ 86001, USA Number: 928 213 2000 Website Contact How do we get there?

What is there to do?

Buffalo Park is one of the most popular parks within Flagstaff, and with a very cool geological fact too - did you know that this expanse of open space likes on top of the McMillan Mesa? This means it's actually lying on an ancient lava flow - pretty cool!

The park is super fun to just hang out in, enjoy the sun, and get active, and within this incredible piece of the great outdoors, you will find some popular trails to explore!

Nate Avery Trail is the most popular urban trail within Flagstaff, and takes you on a 2 mile loop around Buffalo Park. Most of the trail is on native grassland, but there are areas where you can explore a cool wooded ravine.

Here, you can see an incredible panorama of the mountains, the Dry Lake Hills, and even the San Francisco Peaks!

There are elements of the trail that are easy, so it's ideal for the whole family. if you want to challenge yourself, there are some elements that are quite steep, so you can make it as relaxing or as adventurous as you like!

A day where you can run around, enjoy a picnic, bask in the sun, get out into nature, and spend time with the family. Sounds like Buffalo Park has just what you need!

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How much does it cost?

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Adults

Free

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Children

Free

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Last Updates

2017

Additional Information

Dogs can use the trail, but must be kept on a leash

Any top tips?

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Take plenty of sun protection including hats and sun cream, and comfy shoes for the walking!

I'm Hungry!

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Why not take a picnic and enjoy it out in the sun!

Healthy Eating Make sure you take plenty of bottled water, and healthy snacks if you are going on the trails

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Majority of the trails are easy access, and there are paved roads around the trails

Click here for lots more great things to do near you in Arizona

When can we go?

Open 24 hours, 7 days a week

The trail is accessible from March to Nov

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