- Our list of the best things to do in Williams, Arizona, features the top 26 nearby activities — including 14 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Williams, AZ has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Food & Drink, Outdoor Places, Sights & Landmarks, and Adventures.
- The results below include the top 26 things to do within the city of Williams, AZ , followed by 1 popular activity in the nearby city of Flagstaff
70% 37 votes
Hwy 180 Forest Service Rd 222B, Flagstaff, AZ MoreLess Info
The first organized snow play area in northern Arizona is the Wing Mountain Snow Play Area, which is located near Snowbowl Road. Hot beverages, sleds, managed parking, and other concessions are available, and common activities include cross country skiing, sledding, snowshoeing, and general play.
Flagstaff Extreme offers adult and juvenile ziplining courses in the Fort Tuthill County Park. The adult course includes rope swings, scrambling walls, wobbly bridges, and hanging nets, while the juvenile course is especially designed for climbers between 7 and 11.
Eight to nine hour tours of the Grand Canyon, including a Victorian picnic, are offered by Touch the Southwest. The company also provides itinerary planning services and private tours to accommodate guest's needs.
Visitors can bike, camp, rock climb, hike, fish, ride horse, view nature, picnic, take scenic drives, ride off road vehicles, boat, swim, waterski, windsurf, ski, snowboard, sled, tube, snowmobile, cross country ski, and snowshoe at Coconino National Forest depending on the season. The park contains 1.856-milli…
57% 21 votes
1959 S Woodlands Village Blvd, Flagstaff, AZ 86001 MoreLess Info
A movie theater multiplex with 11 auditoriums, the Harkins Flagstaff 11 Luxury Cinemas shows primarily first-run Hollywood films, but also screens some art house and independent releases. the theater offers a variety of discounts and promotions.
A great park for family fun, Thorpe Park in Tucson offers activities year round. The park is a great place to bring your dogs and picnic in the spring and summer, while the snowy season is a great time for snowman building and sledding.
Located in the former Coconino County Hospital for the Indigent, the Pioneer Museum is dedicated to the history of Flagstaff and Northern Arizona. In addition to the logging, ranching, and other pioneer life exhibits, the museum holds festivals and special tour events throughout the year.