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Raymond County Park
Raymond County Park
Overview
Raymond County Park is located in Kachina Village, seven miles south of Flagstaff. It has a ball field, ramadas, basketball court, and restroom building. A watchable wildlife viewing platform is installed to complement adjacent Pumphouse County Natural Area, a popular wildlife viewing area in the springtime that emphasizes protection of wetland habitat and water resources.

Bullfrog Removal Efforts

In March 2016, in cooperation with Coconino County Parks and Recreation, the Arizona Game and Fish Department and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will be draining and conducting long-term monitoring of Raymond Pond at Raymond County Park near Kachina Village to remove adult bullfrogs and tadpoles that were illegally introduced to the pond. Bullfrogs are an invasive species, and prey on fish and native amphibian species. Read more about bullfrog removal efforts, as well as a story in the Arizona Daily Sun and a story on Channel 12.

Amenities
  • 12.5 acres
  • Two Ramadas - visit Reserve a Ramada for more information
  • Ball field with terrace seating
  • High school dimension basketball court and a half court
  • Climbing wall and two playgrounds
  • Pond and Watchable Wildlife Viewing Platform
  • Restrooms 
  • Drinking fountains
  • Two parking areas

Reservation Information
Park maps & information to host a Special Event


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Raymond
County Park


Ph: (928) 679-8000

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Address:
Exit 333 off I-17,
3305 Kachina Trail
Flagstaff, AZ 86005
(Kachina Village)

Hours:
6 AM – 10 PM

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