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Visitor Centers

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.

Visitor Centers

Alamo Lake State Park - Visitor Center

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...

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Apache Junction Chamber of Commerce

Flanked by the rugged Superstition Mountains, Apache Junction is a desert playground with a historic past. The Chamber of Commerce...

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Benson Visitor Center

In the heart of Cochise County, Benson proudly calls itself home to the living caves of Kartchner Caverns State Park and the peaceful Holy...

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Bisbee Visitor Center

Find out what's happening in this quirky, artsy, historic town in southern Arizona with a stop at the visitor center, located within the...

Visitor Centers

Buckskin Mountain State Park - Visitor Center

From swimming and boating to hiking and camping, you can do it all at Buckskin Mountain State Park. This park has some of the finest views...

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Camp Verde Visitor Center

Camp Verde's Visitor Center shares space with the Camp Verde Historical Society Museum--down the street from the Verde Valley Archaeology...

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Catalina State Park - Visitor Center

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...

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Cattail Cove State Park - Visitor Center

Cattail Cove State Park offers countless activities along one of Arizona's most popular lakes – Lake Havasu. From sun-bathing on the...

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City of Kingman Visitor Center

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...

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City of Sierra Vista

Surrounded by towering 10,000-foot mountains and known as the "Humming Bird Capital of the U.S.," Sierra Vista is ideal for outdoor...

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City of Williams

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...