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Arizona's Parks and Monuments

The Grand Canyon gets most of the attention, but it's far from Arizona's only natural wonder to leave you breathless at its beauty. 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.

Arizona’s Parks and Monuments

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Aravaipa Canyon Wilderness

This protected Eden is perfect for primitive, adventure-based recreation like horseback riding, hiking, camping and hunting.

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Canyon de Chelly National Monument

Step back in time at Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona. Explore the canyon walls that cradle hundreds of ancient pueblo ruins.

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Chiricahua National Monument

A national park with towering vertical columns of rock formations. Hike on 17 miles of trails (a shuttle takes hikers to Echo Canyon or Massai Point trailheads), camp, or visit the Faraway Ranch (a two-room cabin from 1886).

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Glen Canyon & Lake Powell

Spread over 1.25 million acres, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area is an outdoor haven, renown for its stunning scenery and geologic wonders, including the ever popular Lake Powell.

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Kartchner Caverns State Park

Discover the world’s longest stalactite formation at Kartchner Caverns. This limestone cave is a short hop from Tucson, Arizona in nearby Benson.

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Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

Want to add one of the grandest landmarks in the United States to your “visited” list? Visit the surreal sandstone towers in Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park.

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Petrified Forest National Park

Petrified Forest National Park, near Winslow, AZ, has petrified wood, 13,000 years of human history, plus hiking, camping, and horseback riding.

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Saguaro National Park

Saguaro National Park, near Tucson, AZ, features giant saguaros in their native environment, plus access to wildlife viewing, hiking, and scenic drives.

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