Blue flax in May Visitors enjoying a tour A view of the San Francisco Peaks Abert's squirrel School Field Trip in Fall Summer Concert Series

Welcome to The Arboretum at Flagstaff

At 7,150 feet in elevation, The Arboretum at Flagstaff is a unique destination, specializing in plants native to the high elevation habitat of northern Arizona. We are open May through October, six days a week (closed Tuesdays). Come out with a friend and a picnic basket and have a great time! See our 2015 Calendar PDF download for a full listing of the events scheduled for this summer.

 

SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

Looking for outdoor adventure for your kids this summer? Look no further! The Arboretum at Flagstaff has a wide variety of summer camp options for kids of all ages this 2015 summer season! Registration is open now, so sign your Eco-Explorers up for their choice of fun educational camps centered around the ecology of the Colorado Plateau.

Native Herb Festival

Saturday, June 27th from 10am-3pm, the Arboretum at Flagstaff presents our annual Native Herb Festival! Wild Plant Walks, a Pine Resin Salve Workshop, insight into the medicinal and culinary uses of garden herbs and a kids activity are just some of the fascinating classes we are offering all day! Come on down and also enjoy live music, native plants for sale, food and beer! Get your tickets here!

Native Herb Festival

Summer Concerts Begin!

The Arboretum at Flagstaff presents our first summer concert of the year on Saturday, May 23rd at 5:30pm! We are proud to host Tow'rs Music, a local Flagstaff band, who will be performing for the first concert of the year, and, who just won the 2015 Viola Award for 'Best Emerging Artist'! Bring your picnic blankets or chairs and enjoy the beautiful Flagstaff evenings with some great music here at the Arboretum. Get your tickets here!

Tow'rs Band

Wildlife and Garden Talks

The Arboretum at Flagstaff has partnered with Willow Bend Environmental Center, and the Master Gardeners of Coconino County to offer talks in Flagtaff this winter and spring. Topics range from wildlife tracking and honey tasting to growing tomatoes in Flagstaff's challenging weather. For more information and to register please click here.

Adult Education at the Arboretum

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