Munds Park, Arizona is a cozy city tucked away in the Coconino National Forest. Even when it is a snow-covered winter wonderland, there are many different ways to entertain yourself and stay warm over the holidays. Munds Park is a short 27 minute drive from the friendly community of Flagstaff, and just under an hour away from the mystic, red rocks of Sedona.
When the winter months arrive, Munds Park and its surrounding areas are a top destination for winter activities. Whether it is a crisp and clear or snowy and white, residents and tourists are always out and about ready to experience all Northern Arizona has to offer.
Winter in Northern Arizona is memorable due to the many activities available during the colder months of the year:
Snowboarding and Skiing
If you love winter sports, Munds Park is within an hour of Snowbowl Ski Resort. Snowbowl offers winter specials, like free-ski veteran Tuesdays, free birthday passes, and free kids season passes for children under 10. They also offer annual passes that allow you to ski and snowboard whenever you would like.
Hiking and Snowshoeing
When you just want to get out and hike around, snowy days provide excellent opportunities for snowshoeing and hiking. Northern Arizona’s white winters are made of breathtaking backdrops that you will love walking around in.
For small children and even adults, there are many areas in and around Munds Park to sled and have a silly day in the snow. You can even bundle up your pets to experience the day with you.
There are many frozen ponds and lakes around Munds Park in the winter months as well as Jay Lively Ice Rink located in Flagstaff that provides you with the opportunity to do winter activities indoors and outdoors. Whether you want to watch a hockey game or join their free skate, ice skating is a excellent way to experience winter in Flagstaff.
No matter what type of winter activity you prefer, Munds Park is an excellent place to be during the winter months. At Foxboro Ranch Estates, we provide homeowners with home sites to build their dream homes, so they can experience Northern Arizona winters for many years to come.