Chiricahua National Monument in Willcox, Arizona

Arizona's Unique Communities

Unique Communities

Arizona is composed of cities both rural and metropolitan. Individually, each offers charm and a distinct personality. But there’s another layer to explore – communities and regions that, combined, have so much more to offer and are a must-visit destination of their own.

A trail that spans 800 miles of deserts, mountains, canyons and more; a county composed of history, from Old West outlaws to an expedition in search of gold; a Mother Road dotted with attractions worth pulling over for; a recreational wonderland for skiing, fishing, hunting, and camping; and a valley of color – red rocks, green vineyards, and blue skies. These are destinations where the sum of parts is truly the whole package.

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Arizona Trail

Discover beautiful and varied terrain that can only be experienced on foot, horseback, or mountain bike along an 807-mile trail that crosses the entire length of Arizona.

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Cochise County

With iconic Western towns and natural unspoiled beauty, Cochise County in southeastern Arizona boasts a rich blend of everything that makes the West spectacular.

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Route 66

Take a ride along the Main Street of America when you explore Route 66 as it stretches through Arizona.

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Verde Valley

Visit Verde Valley for wineries and tasting rooms nestled in the red rock countryside of Arizona and see some of the most picturesque landscape in the state.

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White Mountains

Four seasons of outdoor recreation, culture and entertainment make the White Mountains a beloved destination for Arizona natives and visitors.

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