The Arboretum Hours

Open May – October

Wednesday – Sunday (Open)

Monday & Tuesday (Closed)

9 AM – 4 PM (last admission 3:15 pm)

There is no restaurant on site. We have snacks and drinks in the visitor center. Please feel free to bring your own picnic!

Admission Prices

The Arboretum is a historic property in a natural setting. Our grounds consist of different grade changes, organic path surfaces and snug garden areas that may be challenging for wheelchair access. If you are visiting with a wheelchair, please ask at our Visitor Center for a map of accessible areas.


Adults 18 and up: $12


Youth 5 – 17: $6.00


Children Under 5: Free


Dogs (must be on leash): $2

Special event pricing varies.

Please keep our four season climate in mind!

The spring can be chilly and windy, and the flowers are just waking up. We often have snow in May!

Our peak bloom season is July – September.

Fall color comes fast and furious in September or October, and we could have some snow in October.


The Arboretum is located down 3 miles of a Forest Service dirt road that can be challenging during inclement weather and between road grading. We recommend that visitors have reliable all-weather transportation.

From I-40 Take exit 192 Flagstaff Ranch Rd.

  • Turn South onto S Flagstaff Ranch Rd
  • (left if coming from Flagstaff, Right if coming from Williams) 0.4 mi
  • Turn left onto W Kiltie Ln 0.8 mi
  • Turn right onto S Woody Mountain Rd 2.8 mi

From Flagstaff:

  • Go West on Old Rt. 66 (I-40 BL) to Woody Mountain Rd.
  • Turn Left on Woody Mountain Rd. (Forest Rd 231) 3.7 miles

Alternate route:

  • Take Purple Sage Trl / Forest Rd 532 from Hwy 89A near Ft. Tuthill 2 miles
  • Turn left onto Woody Mtn. Rd. (Forest Rd 231) 1.7 miles

Special general admission ticket prices through Flagstaff City – Coconino County Public Library’s Culture Pass, or your SNAP card and ID! Click on the options below for details!

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