Petrified Forest National Park in Arizona: A One Day Travel Guide

Petrified Forest National Park is a beautiful area in about an hour and a half east of Flagstaff in Arizona. The park features tons of petrified wood, beautiful petroglyphs, and an awesome historic adobe hotel. You can spend a lot of time exploring this park, but if you only have one day, here is how I recommend you make the most of it.

Read about all of these spots and more at https://www.throughmylens.com/arizona/petrified-forest-national-park/

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18 comments on “Petrified Forest National Park in Arizona: A One Day Travel Guide

  1. journey2fifty

    We were there a few months ago. We were blown away by the sites, such a beautiful park, all the hikes were scenic and easy/moderate.

  2. Bong in States

    I was at Petrified Forest last week!! Blue Mesa Trail is my favorite as well!!

  3. Nevada Hiker

    Back in 2008 I was moving from Loveland CO to Visalia CA, I ended up staying the night in Gallup NM on the way (after experiencing a sunset in Albuquerque!). Got up EARLY in the morning and hit Petrified Forest at about 6:30am. I was the only person in the park and got to stroll around while listening to Pat Benatar’s song “Painted Desert” on my ipod. It was a really cool experience!

  4. SambasTapas

    Awesome videos!! Just subbed. My wife and I started watching you because we love travel and we really enjoy watching your videos! Keep up the great work!

    1. Luisa Leong

      Through My Lens thank you! Enjoy all of your video I hope someday I will make it to petrified Forest NP. Also could you share your trip route? There are so many parks around Arizona. I always want to hit us many us I can. Haha

    2. Through My Lens

      There is always more to do, especially if you like longer hikes, but I did pretty much all of the main stops in one day.

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