With vast blue skies, beautiful year-round weather and iconic natural landscapes, Arizona is like one big postcard—and you get to be right in the middle of it. Adventure seekers of all kinds will love exploring the great outdoors, from bucket list destinations like the Grand Canyon and Monument Valley, to the red rocks of Sedona and the beaches of the state’s “West Coast.” Along with otherworldly sights and charming small towns, Arizona’s urban centers in Phoenix and Tucson are bustling with exciting nightlife, entertainment and dining, along with trendy hotels and indulgent resorts. The state is steeped in history and culture, with 22 American Indian tribes calling Arizona home and sharing their stories through museums, tours, and demonstrations. From deserts and mountains, to snowboards and paddleboards, to Old West and modern marvels, Arizona is both everything you imagined and something completely unexpected. Start planning your unreal Arizona getaway!
Arizona - Areas to Visit and Things to Do
10 stadiums. 15 MLB teams. 75-degree temperatures. Follow your favorite baseball teams to Arizona for Cactus League Spring Training and catch all the big-league action you can handle. While you’re here, spend some time playing the Arizona outfield with incredible dining, shopping, and outdoor activities.
This charming mountain town is a haven for outdoor lovers, with endless hiking and biking trails and winter sports at Arizona Snowbowl. Be sure to check out Flagstaff’s popular local craft brew scene. *Photo courtesy of Arizona Snowbowl.
Nestled in Arizona’s Verde Valley wine country, learn to rope like a cowboy at Cottonwood’s Blazin’ M Ranch, or head to Old Town Cottonwood to sample the areas tastiest grapes and fantastic food.
Page & Lake Powell
Home to two of Arizona’s most photographed landmarks—Lower Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend—the Page and Lake Powell area attracts outdoor adventurers for a little exploration and wet ‘n wild fun.