Northern Arizona Vacation Rentals

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Make Northern Arizona your next getaway

Arizona tends to conjure images of saguaro cactus and roadrunners, but the northern portion of the state is much more mountainous. Visitors flock to Northern Arizona for the evergreen national forests, quaint towns, and, of course, the Grand Canyon. Book your Northern Arizona vacation rental and expect to be awed by the nature that surrounds you.

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Popular amenities for Northern Arizona vacation rentals

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Cozy Mountain Townhome
2 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 8

Cozy Mountain Townhome - Flagstaff, AZ

$125 avg / night
Yavapino Retreat
2 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 8

Yavapino Retreat - Sedona, AZ

$234 avg / night
Sedona Hideaway
2 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

Sedona Hideaway - Sedona, AZ

$146 avg / night
Rocking S Ranch House (Unit A)
2 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 6

Rocking S Ranch House (Unit A) - Cottonwood, AZ

$156 avg / night
The Right Stuff in the Left Rough
2 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

The Right Stuff in the Left Rough - Flagstaff, AZ

$124 avg / night

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Recent Northern Arizona guest reviews

This vacation home is very nice. Clean with great amenities and very close to downtown Flagstaff and highways but in a beautiful, wooded country club neighborhood away from the hustle and bustle. We enjoyed our stay and would rate it five star!
Susan G. | May 2024
The patio overlooking the national forest was exactly where I stayed the entire time. So relaxing.
Cris C. | May 2024
Clean, organized, and well stocked. We were very happy with our stay.
Theresa W. | May 2024
Northern Arizona vacation rental FAQ

Yes, 49 of our Northern Arizona homes allow dogs—so feel free to bring Fido along. (Just make sure to check individual home listings for any limits on the number and size of dogs they allow).

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Yes. 115 of our Northern Arizona vacation rentals have internet access, so you can stay connected throughout your trip.

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Some of the most popular amenities in our Northern Arizona vacation rentals include:

Our standard check-in time is 4:00 p.m., and the check-out time is 10:00 a.m. Some exceptions apply—after you book, you’ll find check-in and check-out details in the Vacasa guest app or your Trip Manager.

Absolutely. Our local Northern Arizona team includes professional housekeepers who care for all our homes here. They’ll clean thoroughly and restock amenities, so everything is ready for your arrival—and all you have to do is settle in and relax.

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No worries, plans change. Read over our cancellation policy for more information. And if you currently have a Vacasa reservation for Northern Arizona, log in to Trip Manager to see options available for your specific trip.

Book confidently. Stay comfortably.

Book confidently. Stay comfortably.
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Easy check-in
Easy check-in
Professional cleaning
Professional cleaning


Where can you stay in Northern Arizona?

Flagstaff is the hub of this mountainous region, serving as the unofficial gateway to the Grand Canyon National Park about 75 miles north. A Flagstaff vacation rental is an excellent home base for anyone checking the Grand Canyon off their bucket list. Sedona is an easy day trip from Flagstaff, just 30 miles down the highway. Payson is another commonly visited town in Northern Arizona, an easy mountain retreat from Scottsdale, which sits about 70 miles to the southwest.

Things to do in Northern Arizona

Here to see the Grand Canyon? It’s an easy day trip from your Flagstaff rental (and a scenic car ride, too). Pack a lunch and a camera, and be prepared for one of America’s most awe-inspiring views. The picturesque Antelope Canyon is about 115 miles to the north, a once-in-a-lifetime sight that rewards those willing to go a bit out of their way.

Flagstaff is a destination in its own right, too - peruse the town’s cool boutiques and artisan cafes for a taste of this college town’s hippie spirit. Sedona is a popular destination, too: its famous red rock formations and local mysticism draw visitors from all over the world. The area is rich with national forests begging to be explored, so don’t forget your hiking boots.

In an area teeming with natural wonders, it might be difficult to decide what to see. Booking a Northern Arizona vacation home is a great first step.