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TRIP PLANNER >ARIZONA TRAVEL INFO

ARIZONA TRAVEL INFO

Arizona travel info and reviews of popular Arizona travel destinations.

Arizona, the Grand Canyon State, offers visitors much more than the Grand Canyon. While the magnificent Grand Canyon is definitely worthy of your time (see below), Arizona's year-round pleasant climate, its wealth of attractions, indoor and outdoor activities make it one America's most visited states. Arizona is a great state to visit, all year. The Arizona travel info on this page will help ensure you have the perfect trip.
Monument Valley, Arizona Photo: Frank Kovalchek
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Flagstaff

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Grand Canyon National Park

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Tucson

 
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Bisbee

Bisbee, Arizona is situated in Cochise County, just over 80 miles (130 km) southeast of Tucson.

Founded in 1890 as a copper, gold and silver mining town, the town is names after Judge DeWitt Bisbee, one of the founders of the Copper Queen Mine nearby.

The mining boom ended in the 1950s, causing many residents to leave the area. The subsequent flood of real estate onto the market caused a sharp drop on housing costs, and this, in conjunction with the attractive climate and picturesque scenery led to the city's rebirth as an artist's colony. An influx of baby-boomers in the 1990's caused a general beautification of the city; many of the old houses have been renovated, and property values in Bisbee now greatly exceed those of other Southeastern Arizona cities.

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Flagstaff

Flagstaff is situated at the southern base of the magnificent San Francisco Peaks, the Navajo People's Sacred Mountain of the West. Surrounded by lush natural forest, the city offers an abundance of all-season outdoor activities of all types.

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Flagstaff Arizona is a great place to visit. Click here for travel information for Flagstaff, Arizona

   
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Grand Canyon National Park

The majestic Grand Canyon, 280 miles in length and an average 10 miles in width is an awe-inspiring site that in itself justifies a visit to Arizona. The ever-changing colors add to the beauty and increase the enjoyment of all the adventurous or mundane activities you will find here - rafting the Colorado River rapids, hiking the rim, mule-back riding or just taking a drive along a scenic rim. Regardless of how you decide to tour the Canyon, once you have seen what the Grand Canyon National Park has to offer, you'll understand why President Theodore Roosevelt declared it a National Monument back in 1908, calling it "the one great site every American should see."

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Lake Havasu City

Lake Havasu City, Arizona is situated along the banks of the Colorado River. The Lake itself was formed in 1938 due to the construction of the Parker Dam.

The comfortable climate and the city's friendly atmosphere make both the city and its surroundings popular year round tourist destinations. Lake Havasu City boasts a wealth of recreational indoor and outdoor activities for families, couples and single travelers. Probably the city's most intriguing claim to fame is London Bridge - the real one. It was bought by the area's founding father, Robert McCullough, for $2,460,000, after the city of London put it up for auction in 1968.

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Petrified Forest National Park

With one of the world's largest and most colorful concentrations of petrified wood, multi-hued badlands of the Painted Desert, historic structures, archeological sites, and displays of 225 million year old fossils, the Petrified Forest National Park is home to a surprising land of scenic wonders and fascinating science.

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Phoenix

Phoenix, undoubtedly the hub of the Southwest, offers not only near perfect weather year round, magnificent championship golf courses and fine theaters and restaurants. It is also host to a plethora of great things to do. Art, culture, history, sport and entertainment all intermingle in an attempt to grab your attention.

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Prescott

Located in the mountains of north-central Arizona, at an elevation of 5400 feet and some 96 miles north west of Phoenix, the city is bordered to the south and west by the Prescott National Forest.

One of Prescott's main attractions include world-famous Whiskey Row, so called because of the many taverns that once lined the street. The Row was destroyed by fir in 1900, and rebuilt in brick. The taverns did not return, but the brick buildings, some of which are architecturally outstanding, are well preserved and the united front they present to Courthouse Plaza, famous for its towering elms, results in a unique, early twentieth century facade essentially intact to this day, the focal point of many activities. The plaza and adjacent County Courthouse are well-known throughout Arizona as symbolizing the quintessential mid-western downtown square.

Temperatures go from mild to hot, with averages ranging from 50-90o F. (10-30o C.)

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Located on the edge of Tucson, Saguaro National Park is home to impressive forests of giant Saguaro, undoubtedly the universal symbol of the southwestern United States

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Click here for a review of things to do at the Saguaro National Park

   
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Tombstone

A trip to the southwest would not be complete without a visit to Tombstone, Arizona . . . home to Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday and other big names - and tall stories - of Old West history.

The city's colorful past is a main attraction, drawing over 400,000 visitors every year and making tourism Tombstone's primary industry.

"The Town Too Tough to Die" offers a vast array of attractions and points of interest for all ages; stagecoach and wagon tours, staged gunfights and historic places of interest, including Boot Hill Graveyard (now called Boot Hill Graveyard and Gift Shop, you'll find it on the left hand side as you drive towards Tombstone on Interstate 10).

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Tucson

While Tucson shares the usual Arizona tourist standards of fantastic weather, national parks, forests, desert and abundant outdoor and indoor recreational activities, it offers much more. As a city with a history that predates many of its southwestern neighbors, Tucson proudly boasts turn-of-the-century architecture, historic neighborhoods, museums and the Mission San Xavier del Bac, a still-functioning 18th-century mission considered one of the most beautiful in the US All-in-all, the city offers a mind-boggling array of things to do.

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