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The Lincoln Log Cabin Sits On 5 Acres Of Forest Land And Is Gorgeously Remodeled

    There is so much to love about this remodeled Flagstaff, Arizona, United States cabin that sits on 5 acres of forest land. The Lincoln Log Cabin is the perfect vacation home where you can embrace privacy, explore, and enjoy amazing panoramic views of the Coconino National Forest. The cabin is just minutes from downtown Flagstaff and less than 30 minutes to the base of Snowbowl. During your vacation stay, you can lounge around with your drink of choice on the 900 square foot wrap-around deck and have fun in the oversized garage game room. Make memories at The Lincoln Log Cabin. The number of vehicles in the driveway is limited to 3. ATVs and recreational vehicles are not prohibited. Guests are allowed with a non-refundable deposit per pet. There is no fenced-in area, all dogs must be kept on a leash when outdoors. There is a propane BBQ located on the back patio.

    The cabin neighborhood is a quiet, private HOA community and the owners ask that guests are mindful and respectful of the neighbors. Destinations from the include multiple hiking trails just miles away, Arizona Snowbowl (20 miles), downtown Flagstaff (4 miles), Lowell Observatory (3 miles), Riordan Mansion State Historic Park (3 miles), Continental Golf Course (7 miles), Bearizona (25 miles), Out of Africa (59 miles), and Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (7 miles). You’ll find yourself delightfully cool in the summer and nestling up next to the fireplace in the winter as the elevation in Flagstaff is over 7000 feet.

    There are plenty of things to do in Flagstaff and just outside of Flagstaff such as visiting Grand Canyon National Park. Depending on what you like to do, the season and the amount of time you have to spend there, there are many recommended things to do. The following are just a few of the family-friendly and dog-friendly things to do.

    Downtown Flagstaff. Get coffee at Macy’s, Rendezvous, or Late for the Train, enjoy a beer at one of the many microbreweries, eat some great food, listen to music, or join in whatever festivities are happening in Heritage Square.

    Drive-up Snowbowl Road. If it’s summer, you can take the scenic chair lift ride at Arizona Snowbowl or go on a short hike from Aspen Corner. During the fall, you can enjoy walking among the aspens changing colors. If it’s winter, you might consider skiing or snowboarding at Snowbowl. No the time of year it will be beautiful.

    Lowell Observatory. This is a place that should not be missed. Pluto was discovered at this observatory and that’s just the beginning of how amazing this place is. There is a new observation deck that just opened in the summer of 2019, and that’s in addition to the telescope, workshops, talks, and awesome exhibits they already had at the facility. You can explore space up close and personal.

    Museum of Northern Arizona. Native American culture is a very big part of Flagstaff. The Museum of Northern Arizona offers exhibits that are educational, and historical.

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