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Grand Canyon Deer Farm
Welcome to the world famous Grand Canyon Deer Farm in Williams,AZ. Grand Canyon Deer FarmCome on in and see what we are all about. At the Deer Farm you don’t just look at the deer, you walk among them, you touch them,and you let them eat right from your hand.The Deer Farm was started in 1969 by Russell and Marjorie Hamilton.
This was the 3rd Deer Farm they had opened. Randy and Pat George,current owners, with their 3 sons came along in March 1987. Since then we have expanded both the store and the animal population. We added Reindeer, Axis Deer, Talking Birds, Wallabies, Coatimundi, Marmosets, Mini Cattle, and new as of this year a Baby Camel and two Baby Bison.

Grand Canyon White Water Rafting

Whitewater rafting through the Grand Canyon offers a distinctive view of one of the most popular Grand Canyon White Water Raftingand breathtaking natural wonders of the world. The Grand Canyon radiates both excitement and serenity. Without a doubt, the Grand Canyon is one of the most incredible geological wonderlands on earth. Colorado River rafting gives you a glorious perspective of this natural wonder. Grand Canyon whitewater vacations combine thrilling world-class whitewater rafting with time for exploration within the Canyon. Side hikes from the river lead you up crystal clear creeks to discover waterfalls, venture through hidden canyons and uncover evidence of ancient inhabitants concealed from most Grand Canyon visitors.

Elk Ridge Ski and Outdoor Recreation

Elk Ridge Ski Area, formerly known as Williams Ski Area before being purchased in 2005 by Elk Ridge Ski Fountain Outdoor Recreation Corporation. Although the area is the smallest of the four ski areas in Arizona, it has 37 ski-able acres for skiing, snowboarding for those of differing abilities. Elk Ridge considers itself a family mountain both with its employees and with their customers. In addition, the varied terrain of this resort offers year round tubing. The resort is located 30 miles west of Flagstaff, Arizona, in the town of Williams, Arizona, the “Gateway to the Grand Canyon.”

Flagstaff Nordic Center

Flagstaff Nordic Center                      During the winter season enjoy the well-groomed cross country ski trails of Flagstaff Nordic Center. We offer over 40 km of ski trails groomed for both classic and skate style skiing. With over 15 km of well marked snowshoe trails we are the perfect location for a winter hike.During the summer season enjoy the peace and quiet of the Coconino National Forest. Explore over 50 km of well marked trails by bike or foot, and camp in yurts or cabins. Wildlife is abundant as most areas of the center are designated No Motorized Vehicles by the United States Forest.

 Lowell Observatory Tours 

Lowell is located at 7200′. You will want to pace yourself if you’re not accustomed to the high elevation. Lowell Observatory Tours Avoid becoming dehydrated by drinking plenty of water. Dress in layers; evenings can be cold, even in the summer. In the daytime, wear sunscreen to protect against sunburn. Please note that while people walk their dogs in the nearby forest and several employees who live on Mars Hill own dogs, only service dogs are allowed in the areas of campus open to public visitation.

Meteor Crater Tours

The world’s best preserved meteorite impact site on Earth. Located just minutes from Interstate 40 in Northern Meteor Crater ToursArizona near Winslow, Meteor Crater is the breath-taking result of a collision between an asteroid traveling 26,000 miles per hour and planet Earth approximately 50,000 years ago


Museum of Northern Arizona

The Museum of Northern Arizona is a museum in Flagstaff, Arizona, USA, that was established   as a repository for Native American artifacts and natural history specimens from the Colorado Plateau.The museum was founded in 1928 by zoologist Dr. Harold S. Colton and artist Mary-Russell Ferrell Colton from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and is dedicated to preserving the history and cultures of northern Arizona.