Coconino County Arizona

Coconino County, located in northern Arizona, could be described as diverse, unique, eclectic, deep-rooted, historic, sacred, beautiful and friendly. Even our name is unique. According to archival records at the Museum of Northern Arizona, the name “Coconino” is derived from “Cohonino,” the Hopi word for Havasupai and Yavapai.

We also have the distinction of having a World War II naval tanker named after us, the USS Coconino County LST 603 that supported the United States Seventh Army and Free French First Army in the initial landings in Southern France. Let’s also not forget the infamous “Coconino Mocha,” a popular coffee drink among the locals and tourists at “Late For The Train” coffee shop.


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