EV Charging Hotels in Flagstaff, AZArizona
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DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Flagstaff1.11 miles
Hilton Garden Inn Flagstaff1.42 miles
Hampton Inn & Suites Flagstaff East4.27 miles
Hilton Vacation Club Sedona Summit25.86 miles
Hilton Vacation Club Ridge on Sedona30.15 miles
Hampton Inn Williams30.69 miles
Discover Flagstaff from Hotels with EV Charging Stations
Surrounded by mountains, desert, and big open skies, Flagstaff is one of Arizona’s greenest, cleanest cities, and a mecca for outdoor adventurers, climbers, and all-around active types alike. Home to Humphreys Peak— Arizona’s tallest mountain, and incredible skiing and snowboarding, you’ll have plenty of activities calling your name while staying at EV charging hotels in Flagstaff. Close by, you’ll find the Wupatki National Monument with Native American pueblo sites, and Walnut Canyon National Monument containing curious cliff dwellings. And downtown, you can expect all the local shops, dining, and nightlife you’d want while touring this tourist hotspot.
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For a fascinating excursion just out of town, head to the famous Lowell Observatory, one of the oldest observatories in the United States. Established in 1894, it was named one of "The World's 100 Most Important Places" in 2011 by Time Magazine, as the setting for Clyde Tombaugh’s discovery of the dwarf planet Pluto in 1930. Later, in 1963 while the moon was being mapped for the Apollo Program, multiple astronauts attended the Lowell Observatory. Today, this iconic observatory operates several telescopes across three locations in the Flagstaff area. You won’t regret your visit to this incredible mechanism of science and exploration.
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Just 10 miles from downtown Flagstaff, you’ll find the Walnut Canyon National Monument, a U.S. National Monument, and an excellent place to tour its desert grounds for the day. Hike along the 0.9 mile-long loop trail which descends 185 feet into the canyon passing twenty-five cliff-dwelling rooms constructed by the Sinagua, a pre-Columbian people that lived in Walnut Canyon from about 1100 to 1250 AD. Other contemporary habitations of the Sinagua people are preserved in the nearby Tuzigoot and Montezuma Castle national monuments. You’ll enjoy sights from the canyon’s rim, at an elevation of 6,690 feet, and hopefully, spot some local wildlife during your visit.
And if you haven't fully gotten your nature fix, head to The Coconino National Forest, an astounding 1.856-million-acre U.S. National Forest right outside Flagstaff. Originally established in 1898 as the "San Francisco Mountains National Forest Reserve," the area was designated a U.S. National Forest in 1908. While touring the Coconino National Forest today, you’ll observe wonderfully diverse landscapes, which include ponderosa pine forests, flatlands, deserts, mesas, alpine tundra, and even ancient volcanic peaks! Remember to pack your good hiking boots, plenty of water, and a few snacks for this day trek through the wilderness.
Sip a Smooth One Near Hotels with EV Charging Stations in Madison
Known for its microbrewing scene, Flagstaff offers an array of tantalizing beer-tasting opportunities across town, where you can sip a smooth stout or linger over a lager all afternoon. Book a fun beer tour, where you’ll follow a beer trail and gain discounts on IPAs, stouts & hearty pub fare at local craft breweries before heading home to your electric charging hotels in Omaha.
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