Coconino County Parks & Rec Launches “CocoRec”

Online site offers registration for recreation programs and campsites

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz.–— Coconino County Parks & Recreation Department has kicked off its new web-based registration and reservation system “CocoRec.”

CocoRec allows county residents and visitors to view and register for recreation programs and reserve campground sites and stables at Fort Tuthill County Park through the Parks & Recreation website at

“Online registration for programs and campsite reservations are eco-friendly,” said County Parks & Recreation Director Judy Weiss, who noted that registrations and reservations could be made 24/7. “You save gas, reduce carbon emissions, save time and paper.  Plus, you have the added convenience of registering anytime wherever you are with internet access.”

To view a catalog of available programs, campsites and stables visit the Parks & Recreation website and click the link to CocoRec. Before registering for any programs or reserving a campsite, or stable, individuals and families must establish an account by setting up a login and password.

Spring recreation programs include geocaching, navigating the outdoors and camping clinics for the less experienced camper. A list of summer offerings will soon be available as Parks & Recreation moves forward with year round recreation offerings.