Coconino County Map
Here's a basic Coconino County map.
Coconino County stretches from the Arizona-Utah border southward to the
Mogollon Rim, a rugged cliff-like escarpment rising one to two thousand feet
from semi-desert to the lush plateau that's home to the South of Flagstaffcommunities.
This is a huge county!
Coconino County has a low population (approximately 110,000) for it's size
(we like it that way). The county covers 18,608 square miles, and is the largest
county in Arizona and the second largest county in the United States.
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Indian reservations of the Navajo, Hopi, Paiute, Havasupai and Hualapai
tribes comprise more than a third of the county's land. Thirty two percent is
Federal land (Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management). Ten percent is
State of Arizona land, and only thirteen percent of land in the county is
Coconino County is home to the Grand Canyon National Park, the San Francisco
Peaks, Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona, Sunset Crater National Monument, and Lake Powell, in
addition to the South of Flagstaff area.
this Coconino County map link for a county highway map with more detail.
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