Parks & Recreation
July 2020 Update
Parks, natural areas and trails managed by Coconino County are open for public enjoyment; this excludes Louise Yellowman County Park. (updated 6/19/20)
The following sites and amenities are currently CLOSED:
- All playgrounds at Fort Tuthill, Raymond, Sawmill, and Peaks View County Parks
- Navajo Ramada at Fort Tuthill County Park
- Louise Yellowman County Park in Tuba City is closed effective at 5 p.m. on Monday, March 23
- Archery Range Day Pass Sales
- Fort Tuthill Stables. Stables are closed until further notice for both drop-in and event usage; we are not accepting stable reservations at this time.
Coconino County Parks & Recreation is staffing its office virtually to help protect the team and the public during the COVID-19 pandemic. Virtual staffing at Parks & Recreation began on March 19 and will continue until further notice. For inquiries about parks, natural areas and trails, please call the Parks & Recreation’s Administration phone number at 928-679-8000 from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Phones and emails are being forwarded to staff working remotely who can assist with questions.
- Parks & Recreation is at Level 1 Fire Restrictions as of June 11, 2020; Read More
- Fort Tuthill County Park is operating as a COVID-19 specimen testing sites in Coconino County, and specimen testing will be prioritized for public vehicular access.
- The Fort Tuthill Military History Museum is closed until further notice.
- Fort Tuthill Campground opened for family camping on May 13 and all group camping is canceled until further notice
- Flagstaff Extreme Adventure Course opened May 7 with limited availability and by appointment only.
- Luke Air Force Base - Fort Tuthill Recreation Area opened May 8 for current reservations.
Coconino County Parks & Recreation encourages the public to engage in responsible physical and social distancing. Per the CDC, please keep a 6’ distance between you and others if you head outdoors to practice mental and physical health. Please follow these recommended practices, as well as Guidance from Coconino County Health and Human Services and Arizona Department of Health Services, to help keep you, your loved ones, and your community safe.
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