- Our list of the best things to do in Cornville, Arizona, features the top 110 nearby activities — including 65 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Cornville, AZ has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Food & Drink, Sights & Landmarks, and Adventures.
- The results below include the top 12 things to do within the city of Cornville, AZ , followed by 98 popular activities in nearby cities, including Sedona, Cottonwood, Jerome, Camp Verde and Prescott Valley
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2467 S Perkinsville Rd, Williams, AZ 86046 MoreLess Info
During the winter, Elk Ridge Ski & Outdoor Rec serves as a skiing paradise for families. They offer a wide range of trails and even educational events to learn or improve downhill skiing or snowboarding skills.
The Big Toy Playground is a place where visitors aged 14 and over can drive a variety of construction vehicles and is popular for day trips. Instructors help visitors safely drive everything from excavators to bobcats.
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.
96% 597 votes
off Hwy 87, just 10 miles north of Payson, Payson, AZ 85547 MoreLess Info
Tonto Natural Bridge State Park has what is believed to be the largest travertine bridge in the world, with a height of 183 feet, length of 400 feet and width of 150 feet. Trails lead on the top of the bridge. There are also some picnic areas.
Animal lovers of all ages love the Grand Canyon Deer Farm inWilliams, Arizona. Visitors must wear long pants and closed-toe shoes. The Grand Canyon Deer Farm welcomes school field trips and other groups.
96% 6192 votes
Walnut Canyon Rd #3, Flagstaff, AZ 86004 MoreLess Info
For reaching the Walnut Canyon National Monument's bottom 350 feet down, the traveler can take the trails. This area was populated by the Sinagua Indians, until the middle of the 13th century, when they mysteriously disappeared.