ANHA Locations


Locations for our gift shops are unique to each area.  We carry local hand-crafted art, photography, pottery and jewelry. Outdoor apparrel such as sunhats, ballcaps, bandanas, hoodies, as well as our ANHA-exclusive T-Shirts. Indigenous wildlife plush, and of course, Smokey Bear products! Interested in collector’s items? We have location-specific patches, hiking stick medallions & decals, magnets, and vinyl stickers. There is always a popular selection of educational publications & guides for both adults & children.



The sections below are locations within three National Forests. Click to view locations,  phone numbers, and hours of operation.

Red Rock Ranger Station Visitor Center:

Route 179, on the right six miles from I-17 Sedona Exit.

Hours: 9am-430pm (Wednesday 12pm-430pm)

Times may vary for Summer hours (Close at 3pm)

Open year round, 7 days a week

Observing Thanksgiving and Christmas (Closed)

GPS (Map): 34°45’25.9″N 111°45’51.3″W

Palatki Heritage Site:

89A to Dry Creek Rd. There are Palatki Direction signs at every intersection.  Left onto Boynton Pass Road (FR 152C).  Turn Left at stop sign, Left again. Pavement ends in approx. 2 miles. Continue on gravel road 3 miles to T section of FR 525. Turn right.  Continue 2 more miles to Palatki.

Please call to reserve your tour.  (928) 282-3854.

Hours:  9:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Red Rock or Interagency Pass is needed.

Rough Road, also Site may be closed if heavy rain. Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas.   

GPS (Map): 34°54’53.6″N 111°54’08.4″W

V-V Heritage Site:

2.8 miles east of the junction of I-17 and SR179 (FR 618).  Watch for the entrance on your right less than one-half mile past the Beaver Creek Campground.


Hours- 930am-3pm  

Open Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday. – Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas.

GPS (Map): 34°39’55.4″N 111°42’57.8″W.

Flagstaff Ranger District:

Flagstaff Ranger Station

5075 N. Hwy 89

Flagstaff, AZ 86004


Closed weekends and holidays

Blue Ridge Ranger District:

Blue Ridge Ranger Station

Hwy 87 at Milepost 299.8

Happy Jack, AZ


Closed weekends and holidays

Coconino Supervisor's Office:

1824 S. Thompson St.

Flagstaff, AZ  86001


Closed weekends and holidays

Black Mesa Ranger District:

Black Mesa Ranger Station

2748 Hwy 260

Overgaard, AZ 85933


Closed weekends and holidays

The Mogollon Rim Visitor Center:

(Seasonal -Memorial Day- appox. December)

The log-cabin style Visitor’s Center is located on the south side of Highway 260 approximately 32 miles east of Payson and 27 miles west of Heber/Overgaard Hwy 260 .


Open Thursday – Sunday and Holiday Mondays 

Big Lake Information Center:

(Seasonal – June-Labor Day)

Tonto Basin Ranger District:

Roosevelt Lakes Visitor  Center

Hwy 188, at Milepost 243

Roosevelt, AZ 85545


Hours: 7:45-4:30

Open year round Monday thru Saturday, Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day.

Payson Ranger District

1009 E. Hwy 260

Payson, AZ

(928) 474-7900

Closed weekends and holidays

Mesa Ranger District

Mesa Ranger Station

5140 E. Ingram

Mesa, AZ 85205



Closed weekends and holidays


Cave Creek Ranger District:

Cave Creek Ranger Station

40202 N. Cave Creek Rd

Scottsdale, AZ 86351


Closed weekends and holidays

Coconino National Forest

Coconino is the word the Hopi use for Havasupai and Yavapai Indians. This National Forest was named because it is located in the central portion of Coconino County. Covering 1,856,038 acres, and established in 1908, and maintained by the USDA Forest Service.

Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest

The Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest borders the western and northern borders of Fort Apache Indian Reservation. It is located in parts of Greenlee, Apache, Navajo, and Coconino countries in eastern and east-central Arizona, and through western New Mexico. Covering 2,761,386 Acres, and maintained by the USDA Forest Service.

Tonto National Forest

The Tonto National Forest is the largest of the six national forests in Arizona and is the ninth largest national forest in the United States. This national forest covers 2,873,200 Acres, and is maintained by the USDA Forest Service.

We have two Heritage Sites in the Coconino National Forest:

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When visiting any destination within the National Forests, please follow  Leave No Trace principles:

  • Plan Ahead and Prepare
  • Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces
  • Dispose of Waste Properly
  • Leave What You Find
  • Minimize Campfire Impacts
  • Respect Wildlife
  • Be Considerate of Other Visitors


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