Arizona Wonderlands

Natural Grandeur

Parks and Monuments

From rust-red cliffs cut through by blue ribbons of water, to towering rock formations that defy belief, to a massive living cave beneath your feet, Arizona is full of incredible parks and monuments worthy of a visit.

Alamo Lake State Park

Come prepared to reel ‘em in at Alamo Lake, one of the state’s top bass fishing destinations. Located around 40 miles southeast of Lake...

Boynton Canyon Trail

Immerse yourself in the scenic red rocks of Sedona along Boynton Canyon trail. Make sure to bring your camera for this trek through one of...

Catalina State Park

Bring your horse, bicycle, or just your hiking boots and you’re bound to have a good time at Catalina State Park. Located less than 20...

Grand Canyon West

Travel to the Grand Canyon, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, and let the professionals at Grand Canyon West provide you with...

Lake Havasu State Park

If you’re into beautiful beaches, nature trails, boating, and camping, you’ll want to check out Lake Havasu State Park. With year-round...

Lake Pleasant

Enjoy the sunshine by the cool waters of Lake Pleasant, located an hour north of Phoenix, AZ, and a must for outdoor recreation with...

Mormon Lake

Take a weekend adventure out to Mormon Lake where fishing, boating, windsurfing, and more await in this woodland haven near Flagstaff.

Mount Lemmon

Explore various trails, eat homemade fudge, and even rent a cabin for a weekend away in the pines at Mount Lemmon—Tucson's "summer retreat."

Picacho Peak State Park

Don’t miss Picacho Peak, the most famous summit in the Sonoran Desert, which you can spot on the interstate between Tucson and Phoenix.