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About Arizona

Arizona’s warmth extends beyond its desert climate and into its rugged people. Its rich history and dramatic views make it a place for exploration and adventure, but it’s also the perfect spot to indulge in arts and culture. Choose from one of many Arizona vacation rentals so you can stay and explore all this state has to offer.

Things to Do

Arizona boasts intriguing landscape with plenty of opportunities for hiking, skiing, and other snow sports around Snowbowl; boating and water sports; exploring caves; horseback riding; camping; biking; fishing; and golf. A number of state and national parks allow you to explore the majesty of this desert state. Stand at the edge of the Grand Canyon and watch the deep colors of rocks change with the position of the sun, check out the Painted Dessert, or hike amidst the magic of Sedona’s red rock. Arizona is a feast for the eyes, with an energy that is invigorating and yet soothing.

For those who prefer indoor activities, Arizona doesn’t disappoint. With world-class museums, like Phoenix’s Heard Museum and Scottsdale’s gallery walk, arts and culture are celebrated in this glorious state. Sedona’s inspiring red rock and vortices (energy pockets) make it a favorite among artists.


Like most desert climates, it can be one of extremes. Arizona also has mountains, so not all parts of the state are hot and dry year round. Even areas that reach over 100 in the summer months cool down to jacket weather at night. As you would expect, the mountains in Arizona are cooler and snow-topped for most of the year. Northern and North Central Arizona, including Flagstaff and the Grand Canyon, are considered mountain climates and receive much higher rainfall than the central and southern parts of the state.


Arizona offers a number of cultural, arts and crafts, sports, native cultures, and wildlife events, including many fairs and festivals. Early January brings the Old West re-enactment groups to the Gathering of the Gunfighters to Yuma. The Parada del Sol in Scottsdale in February is the largest horse-drawn parade in the country. While you’re in Scottsdale in February, spring training is a must-see for baseball fans. The beginning of the summer ushers rodeo riders into Prescott for the World’s Oldest Rodeo, also known as Prescott Frontier Days. As the weather cools, visitors enjoy Oktoberfest at Tempe Town Lake in Phoenix and the Arizona State Fair.


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