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Maybe you planned your trip to the minute, or maybe you’re just winging it. Either way, be sure to fit in a stop to your nearest Arizona Visitor Information Center.
Why stop at an Arizona Visitor Information Center?
For starters, you can:
- Pick up our latest Official State Travel Guide, maps and other brochures from local businesses and travel partners to spark more ideas for your trip.
- Get the inside scoop from locals on what’s happening in the area, restaurants to try, places to stay and attractions to put on your must-see list.
- Learn which nearby sites or parks need permits (and how to get one) and which are free to visit.
- Find discount coupons or “passport books” with special offers and deals for visitors and tourists.
Important details to know:
Most Arizona Information Visitor Centers are open Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. but check each listing as hours may vary. Centers are closed on all major and federal holidays, including Easter Sunday, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Arizona Visitor Centers
567 Apache Trail, Apache Junction AZ 85120
Flanked by the rugged Superstition Mountains, Apache Junction is a desert playground with a historic past. The Chamber of Commerce represents a diverse group of businesses located in this varied geographic region and has information on upcoming events and activities. Phone: 480-982-3141
249 4th Street, Benson AZ 85602
Before heading to Kartchner Caverns or elsewhere in Cochise County, stop by the visitor's center for tips on where to eat and things to see. Kids (and adults) can even try the train simulator for free and earn themselves a nifty souvenir Benson Train Engineer Certificate. Phone: 520-586-4293
435 S. Main Street Camp Verde, AZ 86322
Less than an hour from Phoenix and Flagstaff, Camp Verde and the surrounding Verde Valley offer numerous venues for visitors interested in history and cultural heritage, boating, hiking, biking, wine tasting, or just taking in the landscape. Stop in for a taste of the area's rich past, some friendly advice on how to make your visit more enriching, or a cool drink of water. Phone: 928-554-0851
120 West Andy Devine Ave, Kingman AZ 96401
Jump in the car and hit the Mother Road to discover a treasure in the Arizona desert. Kingman is the heart of Route 66, with frequent classic car events, glowing neon signs, and an overall retro vibe that embraces the city’s vibrant past. Phone: 928-753-6106
200 West Railroad Avenue, Williams AZ 86046
Less than an hour from the Grand Canyon, Williams offers cool summers as well as some of the most picturesque stops along Arizona's stretch of historic route 66. The granddaddy of all canyons aside, Williams can serve as a jumping-off point for all sorts of other excursions. Phone: 928-635-1418
100 North Coronado Blvd, Morenci AZ 85540
Located in the heart of Clifton in the historic train depot, friendly volunteers will provide you with the places to see, things to do and a host of other valuable information about Clifton and the surrounding area so you can make the most of your visit. Phone: 928-865-3313
2336 201 N 4th Ave, Yuma, AZ 85364
Yuma is the largest city in Arizona outside the metro areas of Phoenix and Tucson. Stop by our visitor center to learn more about our city, including how to book our Visit Yuma Specialty Tours: Field to Feast, Sunset on the Ranch, or History Dinners with Tina Clark. Phone: 928-783-0071
849 Cove Parkway, Cottonwood AZ 86326
Tour beautiful Cottonwood to take in the town's colorful past, abundant wildlife, and gorgeous scenery. In town, travel by foot on a self-guided tour through Old Town or venture out into the natural landscape on a Jeep tour. For an entirely different perspective, try skydiving or a peaceful hot air balloon ride. Phone: 928-634-7593
1 East Route 66, Flagstaff AZ 86001
Located in the historic Santa Fe passenger train depot on Route 66, the Flagstaff Visitor Center offers visitor guides, event calendars, area maps and brochures free of charge. Our friendly staff can also provide recommendations for attractions and activities on how best to experience all that Flagstaff has to offer. Phone: 928-213-2951
9120 E. Talking Stick Way, Scottsdale AZ
Before you begin your journey, stop by our Visitor Center and visit with a member of our Discover Salt River staff. We are here to share information about the Salt River Indian Community – our history, area information, coupons, insider tips and of course, recommendations on our favorite places to eat! Phone: 480-362-2700
7014 E. Camelback Road, Scottsdale AZ 85251
Our destination experts at Experience Scottsdale's information center (inside Scottsdale Fashion Square Mall) can help you find restaurants, recreation options, shopping and more. They can also provide information about exciting special events taking place during your stay. Phone: 800-782-1117
1360 North Broad Street, Globe AZ 85501
At the junction of U.S. Highway 60 and State Route 77, Globe is a gateway to Roosevelt Lake, the San Carlos Apache tribal lands and the Pinal Mountains, where there’s no shortage of outdoor activities – from fishing and hunting to hiking and mountain biking. Phone: 928-425-4495
575 North Marshall Street, Casa Grande AZ 85122
The Chamber of Commerce operates this local visitor center. Find maps and information on nearby parks, courses and recreation areas. Phone: 520-836-2125
422 English Village, Lake Havasu City AZ 86403
Near the London Bridge, in the English Village, you'll find Lake Havasu City's Visitor Center. Come meet our friendly, experienced staff for insight on fun things to do. Purchase gifts and souvenirs, and pick up guides, maps and other information to plan your Lake Havasu vacation. Phone: 928-855-5655
100 E. Arizona Street, Holbrook AZ 86025
Travelers from around the globe get their kicks in this Northern Arizona gateway to the mother road as well as to an amazing national park, the Petrified Forest. Holbrook is a canvas painted with mid-century Route 66 kitsch, Wild West characters, and unforgettable landscapes. Phone: 928-524-6558
117 West Goodwin Street, Prescott AZ 86303
A mile-high city, Prescott is nestled in the Ponderosa Pines of Prescott National Forest. Fill your lungs with that amazing pine scent as you enjoy Prescott's natural surroundings or head downtown for a glimpse into Arizona's boom-town past. Phone: 928-445-2000
7120 Pav Way, Suite 102, Prescott Valley AZ
Clear your mind, relax, and breathe. Find your center in the cool, clean mountain air of Prescott Valley, tucked between the Bradshaw Mountains to the north and the Mingus Mountains to the south. Phone: 928-772-8857
289 North Litchfield Road, Goodyear AZ 85395
The Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce represents the communities of Goodyear, Avondale, Litchfield Park and Tolleson west of Phoenix. Stop in for information on upcoming events, activities and businesses to keep you occupied during your stay. Phone: 623-932-2260
34 South Lake Powell Blvd, Page AZ 86040
The Page-Lake Powell Visitor Hub is your place to find out about events, book tours to nearby Antelope Canyon, Vermillion Cliffs and elsewhere, or learn where to rent a boat and explore Lake Powell on your own. Phone: 928-645-2741
1 Burruel Street, Tubac AZ 85646
Start your visit to this historic park in southern Arizona with a seven-minute video highlighting a brief history of the village of Tubac and browse the park gift shop, which features a broad selection of books on Spain in the Southwest, Native American history, the local environment and children's books. Phone: 520-398-2252
216 N. Frontier Street, Wickenburg AZ 85390
The old west meets the new west in charming Wickenburg. Saddle-up for a trip to the historic, high-desert town of Wickenburg, where the cowpokes roam and the Western lifestyle still thrives. Located 50 minutes northwest of Phoenix on the Hassayampa River, Wickenburg prides itself as being the most western town in Arizona. Phone: 928-684-5479