Arizona Area Guide

Our Guide to the Grand Canyon State

The Grand Canyon State is full of natural beauty and adventure. From the Northern Arizona mountains to the Phoenix Valley, there is no shortage of awe-inspiring locations and experiences. 

Sunset at Horseshoe Bend- Arizona Area Guide

About Northern Arizona 

Take the scenic route along Route 66 and hit all the hot spots Northern Arizona has to offer. From the Rainbow Forest Museum to the east to the haunted Oatman Hotel Restaurant & Saloon on the west, Route 66 spans across the state of Arizona. It even strays north and south to allow those who wanted to see the amazing Red Rock Crossing in Sedona or the Grand Canyon and Horseshoe Bend

 

Despite what most people think about Arizona, it does snow here. Northern Arizona experiences all seasons. Which makes it the perfect year-round vacation destination. In the summer you can experience all the best hikes. During the winter, the Flagstaff mountains turn into a snowy paradise for skiers and snowboarders. 

Phoenix Skyline - Arizona Area Guide

About Phoenix Valley 

Phoenix's year-round sun and warm temperatures are what make it a popular place to visit.  The Valley of the Sun offers a variety of desert beauty and elite golf courses. There is so much to do in this vast valley that it can be hard to list! But we will do our best to highlight some of the most popular. If you are looking for things to do outside, the Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix Zoo, and really, any hikes on the mountains are all perfect activities to soak up the sun.

 

For those sports fans, you can catch an MLB game at Chase Field, an NBA, WNBA, or IFL game at the Footprint Center, or an NFL game at the State Farm Stadium. Trust us when we say this is just the beginning of what Phoenix Valley has to offer.