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Rated 4.9 by 451,655+ people

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    Check in by showing your confirmation to a store employee and drop off your bags.

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    Do whatever you’d like, then show your confirmation to pick up your stuff.

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asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage in Flagstaff?

    The price for luggage storage in Flagstaff starts from just $5.90/bag for the entire day.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Flagstaff?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Flagstaff.

  • Are there storage lockers in Flagstaff?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and luggage drop off points in Flagstaff. Storing your luggage with Bounce is as easy as using a storage locker, except a real person is there to watch over your things. If you don’t want to worry about lockers being full or remembering the code for your locker, you can drop off your luggage at any of our convenient locations in Flagstaff.


Store your luggage around Flagstaff with Bounce 

Situated just north of Phoenix in the densely wooded Ponderosa Pine Forests, Flagstaff is one of the top cities in the country for access to nature. Famous for being the gateway to the Grand Canyon, this slightly “crunchy” town is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, students from Northern Arizona University, and a diverse community.

With access to incredible hiking, skiing, and snowboarding in the San Francisco Peaks, you’ll have an embarrassment of riches for outdoor destinations. Whether you’re taking a hiking trip and need a base of operations or visiting Flagstaff for its many cultural offerings, you’ll enjoy your time in the city as much as you will out in the wild places.

Luggage storage in Flagstaff

Most travelers arrive in Flagstaff, AZ, by driving from Phoenix or Albuquerque, but there is also Flagstaff Pulliam Airport. If you have a few hours before you need to head to the hotel, you’ll want to figure out a place to store your baggage so you can sightsee and explore the city. Our luggage storage service has a number of facilities throughout Flagstaff, many of which are located near the best attractions and landmarks. 

With Bounce’s intuitive mobile app, it’s easy to find the closest storage location and book for a highly reasonable price. The mobile app will provide all the information you need, including the address and confirmation code you’ll give to your attendant. It takes all the guesswork out of finding luggage storage, and the premium features will help make your trip hassle-free.

Flagstaff city guide 

Top things to do in Flagstaff

Most visitors tend to spend their time enjoying the outdoors when visiting Flagstaff. The San Francisco Peaks and Coconino National Forest offer year-round conditions for hiking, skiing, and snowboarding. But there’s plenty to do in town. Flagstaff has a prospering downtown where local businesses, bars, restaurants, and landmarks are all worth traveling for. 

Here are a few ideas for where to start: 

Museums in Flagstaff

Lowell Observatory

Since 1984, the privately owned and operated Lowell Observatory has been one of Flagstaff's premier attractions. With guided tours, telescope viewings, and interactive exhibits, the Observatory is a great place to bring the kids to learn about the science of astronomy. The Lowell Observatory also has the distinction of being the facility that discovered Pluto.

Lowell Observatory Bag Policy 

While the observatory doesn’t have any policies prohibiting larger items or luggage, it’s hardly ideal to be dragging the bags throughout a scientific research center. 

Wupatki National Monument

Northern Arizona is one of the best places in the country for appreciating Indigenous culture and history, and the renowned Wupatki Pueblo ruins are located just outside Flagstaff. You can tour the ruins of traditional Pueblo sandstone dwellings to learn about how this culture lived while appreciating the surrounding desert landscape. 

Museum of Northern Arizona

Situated right in Flagstaff, this is the premier educational facility for learning about the cultural and natural history of the Colorado Plateau. You can enjoy exhibits on Native American artifacts, geology, biology, and fine arts, and the museum frequently hosts festivals, art markets, and educational programs. 

Museum of Northern Arizona Bag Policy 

There aren’t any rules prohibiting bags or large items at the museum, but its sprawling layout would make bringing the luggage a burden during your visit. 

While Flagstaff has some world-class museums, they might not have amenities like luggage lockers. That’s why Bounce places its convenient locations near the best attractions and is so useful for sightseeing treks.

Shopping in Flagstaff

Southside Historic District 

What was once a run-down neighborhood of closed factories and buildings is now the trendiest part of Flagstaff. The area along Butler Avenue near Route 66 has been completely revitalized with local shops, restaurants, bars, and cafes. There are trendy vintage shops, record stores, and quirky boutiques worth checking out, along with plenty of Flagstaff's craft breweries. 

University Plaza Shopping Center 

Situated across from the Northern Arizona University campus, this shopping center is the best place to head for practical purchases. There’s a Dollar Tree for supplies at dirt-cheap prices and a few clothing or grocery stores. It’ll be swamped with students, but it’s certainly handy.

Heritage Square

Flagstaff’s historic town center is lined with quaint stores and boutiques selling everything from Native American art to antiques. You’ll find a notable presence of Western culture and more than a few places will sell cowboy boots! Heritage Square is also lined with cafes and restaurants and is great for people-watching and getting a feel for Flagstaff. 

If you’re getting to Flagstaff Station via train and looking to shop around, your best bet will be Bounce. Chances are, there will be a Bounce storage location near all the best retail and shopping destinations. With so many valuable features, finding luggage storage is as easy as it gets, and the reliability and convenience are why Bounce has so many repeat customers. 

Restaurants in Flagstaff


If you’re looking for an upscale spot to celebrate a special occasion, look no further than this sleek eatery in downtown Flagstaff. The city’s go-to date night spot features trendy exposed brick and bouquets of flowers that give Atria an intimate vibe. The menu of contemporary dishes makes for an elegant but indulgent dining experience. You’re a great distance from the nearest ocean but don’t skip seafood options like the oysters. Carnivores will love the smoked short ribs or unami wagyu beef tartare.  

Diablo Burger

If you’ve been out in the mountains all day, you’ll be in dire need of sustenance. There’s nowhere in Flagstaff better suited to recovering some calories than this burger place. With a menu of creative grass-fed burgers, you’ll have your pick of different flavors like the ancho-grilled “Señor Smoke” or the “DB” burger on an English muffin. Their Belgian frites (with a tangy aioli) are to die for. 

MartAnnes Burrito Palace

Visiting the Southwest without getting a proper Mexican meal would be a shame, and this quirky cantina is a destination for chilaquiles, burritos, and tacos. The Dia de los Muertos themes run deep with their decor and iconography, making it a fun place to dig into classic Mexican dishes. Their brunch is one of the most popular in Flagstaff, with epic chilaquiles and breakfast enchiladas providing all the fuel you’ll need for your afternoon hikes. 

Lugging your bags through restaurants is both awkward and a hassle, but you definitely have options for where to store your bags. Booking luggage storage near all the best Flagstaff hotels and restaurants is made easy via our intuitive mobile app, so you can drop the bags off on your way to dinner.


The best luggage storage Flagstaff has to offer is available through Bounce, but it doesn’t end there. With locations throughout Phoenix, Tempe, Nogales, and the rest of Arizona, Bounce covers you when traveling through these frontier towns and world-class national parks. 

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