Hotel Aspen Flagstaff/Grand Canyon
- Little Caesars Pizza
- Red Lobster
Have fun in the Arizona enjoying amazing shopping possibilities when you stay in Hotel Aspen Flagstaff/Grand Canyon during your next Flagstaff vacation.Enjoy a wide range of shopping opportunities, from the stores visitors would expect to find in any large town, to many unique local shops offering art, Native American jewelry, clothing, and souvenirs that can only be found in Flagstaff.
Address : 4650 US Hwy 89,(928)-526-4827
Flagstaff Mall and The Marketplace is the only indoor shopping center serving northern Arizona, with more than 80 stores including Dillard’s, Sears, JCPenney, Best Buy, Buckle, Marshalls, The Children’s Place and many local retailers. The food court offers complimentary Wi-Fi. Enjoy classic American food at Denny’s. Stop by the Guest Services booth to get a free Shopping Dining Visitors Rewards booklet full of discounts. Open Monday-Saturday 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Fourth Street District
Address : N. 4th St. from Route 66 to Linda Vista
One of Flagstaff’s first commercial corridors, the Fourth Street District offers a mix of dining, business professionals and retail shopping. Centrally located and easily accessible, the corridor provides different amenities than other areas of town with locally-owned shops and restaurants lining the street.
Historic Downtown Flagstaff and Historic Southside District
Address : Humphreys St. to Verde St., north to Cherry Ave. and south to Butler Ave
Along historic 1890s streets you will find numerous clothing boutiques, outdoor outfitters, art galleries and retailers selling authentic Native American arts and jewelry. Live entertainment can be found almost every evening at Heritage Square or within the great restaurants and nightlife venues. Venture south of the tracks to the evolving Southside District with amazing dining and cafés lining the streets.
Oak Creek Vista Overlook
Address : 14 miles south of Flagstaff on Hwy 89A, milepost 390 · (928) 526-2968
Native Americans for Community Action works in partnership with the Coconino National Forest on this Native American arts and crafts vending project. It creates a unique opportunity for Native artisans to enhance and develop their economic self-sufficiency. Sixteen vendors are set up daily to sell their high quality, authentic crafts and jewelry. The outlook has clean restrooms and is open year-round.