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Flagstaff Summer Fun Calendar

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Located just 40 minutes south of Flagstaff in the heart of the Coconino National Forest, Mormon Lake Lodge and Cabins has been welcoming travelers for more than 100 years. With an onsite steakhouse and sleeping cabins named for famous Western figures, it’s the perfect out-of-the-way stop for tourists venturing between Flagstaff and Sedona, or just wanting a little more rural peace and quiet than the towns offer.

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​Foraging 101: Local Food in Flagstaff and Mormon Lake

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Here at Mormon Lake Lodge, we’re known for tasty grilled meats. Locals and visitors from across the globe flock to our steakhouse and saloon for the kind of stick-to-your ribs country fare that can sustain a cowboy on a 31-mile trek through the Coconino National Forest up into Flagstaff. Local ranches have left their mark at Mormon Lake Lodge, where brands from local cattle and dude ranches have been burned into our log pillars for future generations to enjoy.

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​Where to Fish in Flagstaff (map)

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The Coconino National Forest is one of the state’s largest and most diverse parks, with 1.856 million acres encompassing Flagstaff’s towering evergreens, Oak Creek’s winding streams and the famous red rock buttes of Sedona. The area is home to four major lakes accessible from the Lake Mary Road exit on I-17.

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​The Bee’s Knees: 5 Gorgeous Flower Gardens in Flagstaff

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Arizona has a reputation for being a dry, desert state. While it’s true that southern Arizona cities such as Tucson and Phoenix are known more for hearty tropical foliage, head north to Flagstaff and you’ll find a lush, green landscape dominated by tall evergreens and colorful wildflowers.

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