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February 2024 Update

Winter 2024 Bingo Card

  • Thank you to everyone who entered our Fair Book cover contest! Vote for your favorite here! Voting ends the morning of the 22nd. 
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  • Coconino County Fair vendor applications are now available. Visit www.CoconinoCountyFair.com for downloadable and fillable applications. 
  • Breakfast Foods Class: February 24, 9:00 a.m. - noon, at the Fort Tuthill County Park Mess Hall. Preregister here
  • We are pleased to announce that our Rogers Lake Community Forest is a finalist for the Arizona Forward Environmental Excellence Awards! Winners will be announced on March 23rd. 
  • Snows have arrived in Flagstaff. Follow the National Weather Service to stay up to date on weather conditions, and Coconino County Emergency Management for safety information. Want to know where to enjoy safe, responsible snow play? Visit Discover Flagstaff for ideas and locations.
  • There is no sledding at Fort Tuthill County Park. The Fort Tuthill Bike Park features are not safe for sledding, which also damages the features. Enjoy snowshoeing, cross country skiing, building snow people, and other fun activities, instead. 
  •  Want to try snow tubing? Buy tickets from Flagstaff Snow Park
  • Congratulations to our 2023 Bingo Winner! Download your Winter 2024 Bingo Card here
  • Parks and Recreation offices will be closed for Christmas on December 25th. Parks and natural areas will be open for recreation. Always practice Leave No trace. 
  • Looking for winter recreation information? Visit Discover Flagstaff and download their winter recreation map. 
  • Apply to work for the Coconino County Fair. We are hiring a Junior Sheep Superintendent and Junior/Open Horse Superintendent. Apply here
  • Every year, volunteers and staff remove large amounts of trash from our parks and natural areas. Remember to practice Leave No Trace when enjoying winter recreation. 
  • The Fort Tuthill County Park Bike Park is closed for the season. There is no sledding in the Bike Park, for safety and to avoid damaging the features. 
  • The Fort Tuthill County Park stables are closed for the season. 
  • The Fort Tuthill Campground is closed for the season. 
  • The Fort Tuthill Military Museum is closed until until May. 
  • The last Pepsi Amphitheater show for 2023 was October 28th. 
  • Check out our new interactive ArcGIS Storymap of the parks and natural areas!
    • The Fort Tuthill County Park Trail System map is now on Avenza! Avenza Maps is an offline map reader for mobile devices where users can download and open maps, pan, zoom, use GPS to locate themselves on the map, drop placemarks, record GPS tracks, and measure area and distance. The map is free for users. Download the map at https://link.avenza.com/xELG 
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    Do you have Parks and Recreation on your 2023 bingo card? You can now, and join Coconino County Parks and Recreation for a healthy, fun 2023! 

    Thanks to Friends of Coconino County Parks, we are able to offer a $25 gift card to Babbitt’s Backcountry Outfitters to a lucky winner who finishes their bingo card this year! Have fun, stay safe, leave no trace, and get outside in 2023! Check our website for information about parks, natural areas, events, programs, and the Fair, and keep a lookout for new updates as the year goes on!
    Download your bingo card here!

Our Commitment

We engage the public in delivering quality parks, equitable community partnerships, diverse recreational opportunities, and distinctive natural areas and open spaces. Our vision is to enrich lives through exceptional parks and programs.