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Get a Whole New Perspective on the Grand Canyon.
The Grand Canyon
One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, Arizona's most identifiable landmark is breathtaking in its beauty—and its magnitude. You can feel it from head to toe whether you’re peering over the rim to the canyon floor a mile below or rafting its whitewater rapids.
Enjoy Jeep thrills in Sedona
Sedona is the perfect place to strap into a four-wheeling Jeep and head off-road for a day of adventure. Hang onto your hat as you scale rocky terrain to see stunning panoramas. Or journey into pristine backcountry to explore the mysteries of ancient Indian cliff dwellings tucked into towering canyon walls.
Discover a bridge to the past in Lake Havasu
The London Bridge originally spanned the River Thames in London, but was dismantled, transported and reassembled on Lake Havasu, one of Arizona's most beautiful lakes for outdoor recreation. As one of the state’s most popular attractions, the London Bridge is a great place to take a 45-minute walking tour to hear all about its colorful history.
Join the wildlife for lunch in Oatman
Quirky Route 66 shops, historic hotels, and free-roaming burros? Oatman's wild burros—descendants of the ones brought by miners in the late 1800s—are definitely the town's star attraction. Or visit the Oatman Hotel to find “Oatie the Ghost,” the friendly poltergeist rumored to wander the grounds at night.
Have a better than "O.K." time in Tombstone
Located south of Tucson lives Tombstone, the “Town too Tough to Die.” Home of the famed 1881 gunfight at the O.K. Corral® that pitted the Earp’s and Doc Holliday against the Clanton’s and McLaury’s, Tombstone celebrates its wild and wooly Old West past with modern-day reenactments daily.
Discover the Restorative Power of Tucson.
Home to some of the nation’s top destination spas—including Miraval and Canyon Ranch—Tucson offers relaxation and rejuvenation amid authentic Southwestern luxury and dramatic desert beauty. Here, the restorative climate and casual pace create a natural setting for some serious pampering.
Uncork a Tasteful Adventure in Cottonwood.
Wine country in Arizona? Surprisingly, yes. Located in the heart of the Verde Valley, Cottonwood offers four award-winning wineries—Alcantara Vineyards, Page Springs Cellars, Oak Creek Vineyards and Javelina Leap Vineyards—plus six local tasting rooms where you can sample the vibrant varietals for yourself.
Elevate Your Expectations in Greater Phoenix.
Sipping a cool cocktail under a shaded poolside cabana at the Sanctuary Resort, it's easy to forget you're in a major metropolitan city. But in the shadow of Camelback Mountain, you're greeted by a world of modern Southwestern culture and urban treasures.
Collect Art and Memories in Tubac.
Established in 1752 as a Spanish presidio, Tubac is one of Arizona's most treasured artist enclaves, boasting 80 unique shops and galleries. Surrounded by scenic high desert vistas, a full day can be enjoyed taking in the views and the creativity of the local studios and gift shops.
Craft a Tasteful Visit to Flagstaff.
The Flagstaff-Grand Canyon region is the Craft Beer Hub of the Southwest® and the Flagstaff-Grand Canyon Ale Trail offers a self-guided tasting adventure for sampling great beers from local craft breweries in Flagstaff, Sedona and Williams.
Discover a Bridge to Geological Wonders in Payson.
Seeing is believing when it comes to the Tonto Natural Bridge near Payson. Tucked away in a tiny valley surrounded by pine, this geological wonder is believed to be the world's largest natural travertine bridge, with 150-foot-wide arches that expand 183 feet above the sparkling Pine Creek.
Explore Butte-iful Prescott
Quaint Victorian homes. Turn-of-the-century saloons. A Wild West past. Prescott was the first capital of the Arizona Territory and home to famed “Whiskey Row,” where Arizona's gunslingers caroused. It's also home to a world of outdoor adventures amid the cool pines.
Rock Out in the Chiricahuas
Explore the "Wonderland of Rock" in the Chiricahua National Monument, situated two hours Southeast of Tucson. Bizarre rock structures and approximately 17 miles of trails make Chiricahua National Monument a favored excursion for hikers and birders alike.
Have Mountains of Fun in Flagstaff.
Climb into a 700,000-year-old lava tube, just a few miles north of Flagstaff. A brisk 42° even in summer, the mile-long tube cave is perfect for exploring the geological remains of molten rock that erupted from a volcanic vent in nearby Hart Prairie.
Go Outside and Play in Phoenix.
Fabulous weather makes the Valley of the Sun the ideal place to enjoy the great outdoors. You can lounge poolside year-round. Play a few sets of tennis. Enjoy world-class golf on championship courses. Hike scenic peaks. Or go mountain biking on rugged terrain.
Take to the Water at Lake Powell.
Northern Arizona's vibrant Lake Powell is the ultimate aquatic playground for families and groups alike. Luxury houseboats and personal watercraft are available for rental, allowing you to explore labyrinthine red canyons or seek secret coves for relaxation.
Plunge into Rafting the Grand Canyon.
For an exhilarating perspective on the Grand Canyon, explore it on a half-day to two-week motorized or oar-powered white-water rafting excursion. Whatever length of time you choose, you'll ride the rapids and leisurely float over smooth stretches of water.
Rev Up Your River Fun in Parker.
A part of the Colorado River Indian Tribes reservation and located in the heart of the Parker Strip, this 16-mile stretch of Colorado River offers some of the most exciting water sports in the world—from marathon ski races, personal watercraft championships and powerboat races, to the Great Western Tube Float.
Be Part of the West Coast “Jet Set” at Lake Havasu.
Cast an anchor in Lake Havasu, which rests along the Colorado River's beautiful shoreline and boasts 60 continuous miles of lake and river waterways. Known as the “Jet Ski Capital of the World,” Lake Havasu offers legendary liquid fun.
Get Hooked on Natural Beauty in Patagonia.
Tucked away in the rolling hills of southern Arizona, Patagonia Lake State Park offers a quiet reprieve for the day. Rent a canoe or rowboat, and enjoy the plethora of wildlife sightings and shoreside strolls—or cast a line to fish for bass, bluegill, freshwater trout and catfish.