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Sunflower Flat Wildlife Area

Walk On The Wild Side: Sunflower Flat Wildlife Area


October 1, 2021

Sunflower Flat Wildlife Area is one of the premier locations in northern Arizona for wildlife viewing opportunities.

Located about 15 miles southeast of Williams, in the Kaibab National Forest, this 160-acre wildlife area serves as a stopover for a number of different migratory bird species and waterfowl, and is a travel corridor for big game species such as elk, mule deer and pronghorn.

There are no designated roads into, or within, Sunflower Flat. Access to the property is on foot only. There is a 3.7-mile loop trail (not maintained) around the perimeter of the wildlife area.

Directions: From Williams, go southeast on Forest Road 141 about five miles to Forest Road 109. Go south about three miles to Forest Road 14. Go south and west one mile and look for an unmarked road on the left. Sunflower Flat is about a half-mile down this road.


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