Very few places can compare to Arizona with regard to the state's diverse terrain, scenery, activites and people. Throughout the years most people travelled in the lower regions of the state in the hot deserts and arid landscapes, and it is that image many people carry with them about Arizona. But if you travel to the meadows and streams of the White Mountains, the the blue mountain lakes of Mogollon (pronounced MO-GEE-ON) Rim country, historic towns of Prescott, Flagstaff and Bisbee or the beautiful Chiricahuas and Sabino Canyon you would experience a more complete picture of Arizona.

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With so much to see and do in Arizona we thought it would be great to provide a resource where you can get as much information on the area you'll be travelling to by providing links to Arizona cities and towns.                                                             
Arizona's Cities & Towns
From National Parks to Amusement Parks
Our National parks and Monuments may be one of the greatest natural resources that we have the privilege to enjoy. These lands dedicated and maintained by heroic explorers such as  John Muir, John Wesly Powell Theodor Rooosevelt and                                                                            Read More...
Get on the Water at One of Arizona's Fine Lakes
Funny to think of lakes in a state that has so much desert but Arizona has some of the prettiest and most accessible lakes that any state has to offer. If you're interested in boating, skiing, knee & wake boarding, jetskiing or just spending the                                                          
Visit One of Arizona's Scenic Roads
Take a Kyack or Tube Down the River
Cool off in the summer by floating down the Salt River east of Mesa. Salt River Recreation rents inner tubes and provides a shuttle bus to get you back to your starting point.                                                 
Some years ago there used to be a segment on local television here in Phoenix called "On The Arizona Road" with Bill Leverton. Much like a local "Charles Kuralt," the beauty of the segments were that Leverton liked to focus on those "out of the way" places or                                                Read More...
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The Desert Has Many Lakes for Fishing, Boating and Watersports
Get on an Arizona Road and Experience its Scenic Wonders!
Enjoy the Rivers by Kayak or Tube
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