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Arizona has 27 scenic roads; each with their own features and characteristics. Learn more about these roads from this web site produced by the Arizona Department of Transporation provides maps, and other informaiton.
RimCountry.Com - The Original Website of the Rim Country, Payson and Central Arizona's Mountain Resort Communities... Geared specifically toward those considering travel and/or relocation to the region.
Set in 27 acres of shady pine forest, Circle Pines KOA is only 50 minutes
from the Grand Canyon, and central to many Northern Arizona attractions,
such as Sedona, Meteor Crater, ski areas and more. Relax under a tree,
unwind in the spa, play mini-golf, go sightseeing. No membership is required. Directions: 167 from I-40 and follow Circle Pines Road to the entrance. Address: 1000 Circle Pines Rd, Williams, AZ 86046. Phone: 928-635-2626
The nicely landscaped RV Park with pull throughs, 50 amp spaces, cable TV, laundry facilities, picnic area, Convenience Store, playground, volleyball, basketball, volleyball and basketball courts, horseshoes and children's playground. Fitness trail surrounds park. Offers a complimentary shuttle service from the RV Park to the train depot, hotel and Max & Thelma's Restaurant. Directions: from Interstate 40 as you enter Williams. Simply get off Interstate 40 at Exit 163. Go South on Grand Canyon Blvd. about 1/2 mile. Go West (right) on Franklin Ave. (you'll drive by the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel) Look to make a left turn into the Convenience Store which also serves as the RV Park check-in. The convenience store sits at the corner of Franklin Ave & 7th Ave. Address: 211 N. 7th Ave., Williams, AZ 86046. Phone: 800-843-8724.
March 5 - October 26. Bright stars twinkle against an inky sky as campers dig in to outdoor barbecues and tap their toes to live music every summer night at this high country campground, the closest KOA to the Grand Canyon (45 minutes away!). Don't miss breakfast, then treat the kids to a donkey ride during the summer or hang out in the pool and hot tub. Take a van tour, ride the historic Grand Canyon train or fly over the mile-deep chasm by helicopter or airplane - or drive there yourself (on-site car rentals). Your KOA hosts can make the arrangements for fun activities, including rafting, jeep excursions and trail rides on horseback. You'll find a wide variety of
other attractions in the area: the red cliffs of Sedona, Indian ruins and
hiking trails in Kaibab National Forest. Enjoy rodeos and shops in the town of Williams, whose Main Street celebrates its fame as part of Route 66. Directions: Exit 165 on I-40, then 5 miles north on Highway 64. Address: 5333 Highway 64, Williams, AZ 86046. Phone: 928-635-2307.
Located a short distance from the Grand Canyon Rim, Indian Hollow
Campground puts you close to some of the most spectacular scenery of any National
Forest Camp. Hiking trails provide access to the Thunder River Trail in Grand
Canyon National Park and to a network of Forest trails in the Kanab Creek
Wilderness. This area within the North Kaibab District is excellent for
hiking, sightseeing and wildlife watching. Rare desert bighorn sheep are
seen here regularly. Directions: 50 miles south of Fredonia on Forest Roads 422, 425 and 232. 17 miles southwest of Big Springs. Forest Roads 422 and 425 are graveled, all-weather roads, however the last 4 1/2 miles on FR 232 are advisable for pickups or similar rough road vehicles. Phone: 928-643-7395.
Flagstaff Convention & Visitors Bureau. Surrounded by natural wonders like the Grand Canyon, Flagstaff offers clean mountain air, year-round outdoor recreation opportunities, historic downtown charm and a Western legacy of pioneer ranchers, railroad builders and lumbermen. Some of the West's most beautiful country surrounds Flagstaff, from the Coconino National Forest and the San Francisco Peaks (12,633 feet/3,851 meters) to the Red Rocks of Sedona to the rugged deserts of neighboring Native American nations. Grand Canyon National Park, Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, Wupatki National Monument and Meteor Crater are all within easy driving distance, as are many more archaeological treasures and attractions.
Often called "Red Rock Country" Sedona is a four seasons playground for everyone. The picturesque city of Sedona is surrounded by red-rock monoliths, at the north end of the city is the stunning Oak Creek Canyon. Sedone offers some of the most spectacular scenery in the world.
Located in Mohave County on Highway 95 in western Arizona. One of the most popular recreational lakes along the Colorado River, Lake Havasu is know for two things: it's internationally known as the "Personal Watercraft Captial of the World," and it's home to the famous London Bridge.
Tucson Convention & Visitors Bureau. Located in the Southwest United States, in Southern Arizona, Tucson is one of the oldest continually inhabited areas in North America. Boasting an average 350 sunny days a year and warm dry air, Tucson's climate is ideal for year-round outdoor recreation. Tucson is bordered on all sides by natural areas, including Coronado National Forest, Catalina State Park, Ironwood Forest National Monument, and Saguaro National Park (land of the rare, giant saguaro cactus).
Nogales, Arizona is a major international gateway along the United States-Mexico border. Due to the International Border, Nogales is the economic capital of the region and serves as one of the major gateways into the United States.
The official web site for the city of Apache Junction, Arizona. Apache Junction is famous for the large number of winter vistors it receives each winter. Nested at the foothills of the Superstition mountains, Apache Junction is close enough to the city for modern convenience, yet minutes away from some of Arizona's most scenic territory.
Tempe, Arizona is packed with history, culture, shopping, dining, nightlife, sports and special events. Treat yourself to an ASU football game, go on a shopping spree at Arizona Mills, Tempe Marketplace or the largest IKEA on the West Coast, kayak on Tempe Town Lake, enjoy a Broadway performance at ASU Gammage hike in the picturesque Papago Park or simply lounge by the pool.
Located in the SouthEastern part of the state, Bisbee is both an artist colony and a retirement community. Bisbee touts a fine collection of well-preserved turn of the century Victorian structures that are full of old west history and copper mining lore. The Queen Mine Tour, a trip down into the now inactive copper mine is one of the top attractions among its many art galleries, gourmet restaurants, coffee houses, book stores and specialty shops.
Designed as a fun, family music cultural event promoting community
togetherness through musical entertainment and to benefit those in need,
the McDowell Mountain Music Festival is a display of eclectic musical tastes.
The Tyson Wells Rock & Gem show is known for rock, gem & mineral vendors from around the world. The show is held in Quartzsite, Arizona and takes place in early January and runs for 10 days. It is a great place to find gems, rocks, minerals, jewelry, faceting, precious metals, lapidary tool, equipment & supplies.