Arizona Vacation Rentals, Homes, & More
- Ahwatukee (2)
- Chandler (19)
- Mesa (39)
- Scottsdale (225)
- Anthem (7)
- El Mirage (1)
- Paradise Valley (7)
- Sun City (3)
- Apache Junction (2)
- Fountain Hills (8)
- Peoria (11)
- Sun City Grand (1)
- Avondale (5)
- Gilbert (19)
- Phoenix (41)
- Sun City West (5)
- Buckeye (4)
- Glendale (18)
- Queen Creek (5)
- Sun Lakes (2)
- Carefree (18)
- Goodyear (7)
- Rio Verde (2)
- Surprise (15)
- Casa Grande (5)
- Litchfield Park (4)
- San Tan Valley (6)
- Tempe (11)
- Cave Creek (15)
- Maricopa (8)
Which Arizona vacation homes to reserve depends on what you want to do or see. No matter if you are into sightseeing, outdoor fun, or shopping for American Indian crafts, Vacation Home Rentals’ listing of Arizona vacation rentals has you covered!
Key Areas in Arizona
Arizona varies in climate and environment so much that guests staying in Arizona lodging could stay in different Arizona rentals each visit and feel they were in a different country each time. Arizona rentals are located in the following regions:
- Grand Canyon (Northwest Arizona)
- Four Corners (Northeast Arizona)
- Central Arizona – your best choice in a metropolitan setting, look at Scottsdale rentals (including Fountain Hills, Az rentals), Phoenix rental homes. Apartments or condominiums can also be available as Phoenix rentals. Sedona vacation rentals, just north of Phoenix, provide guest with beautiful vistas of Arizona.
- High Country (Eastern Arizona)
- Southern Arizona –Arizona rental properties here are perfect for history buffs
- Western Arizona. Referred to as the “West Coast”, includes amazing Lake Havasu rentals including luxurious Lake Havasu vacation rentals.
Many visitors stay in Arizona vacation rentals homes to enjoy the outdoors. Sedona vacation rentals will show you the breathtaking beauty of the area.
Phoenix rental homes, Tucson rental homes, or Scottsdale rentals provide a more urban experience. With the rental properties Scottsdale has to offer, Scottsdale remains a popular vacation destination. Phoenix rental property guests love being close to everything. On the outskirts of Phoenix, Fountain Hills, Az rentals offer the best of both worlds (one foot in the city and one in the beautiful country of the Tonto National Forest).
Sightseeing in Arizona
To see nature at its best, look at Arizona home rentals near the Grand Canyon. If you stay in one of the Arizona rentals in southern Arizona, go into the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum in Tucson. This is actually a beautiful zoo and botanical garden.
History buffs love the Native American history and archeological sites in Arizona. Guests staying in Scottsdale rentals often visit the Heard Museum, a private collection of Native American art. If you like the old West, Tombstone is a “don’t miss!” Stay in one of the Tucson rentals or look for Arizona rentals in nearby Bisbee. Rental properties in Tucson are about a two hours’ drive north of Bisbee.
Outdoor Fun in Arizona
Many outdoor activities are available for guests staying in Arizona rental properties. Bird-watching, hiking, biking, water sports, golfing and skiing are popular pastimes.
Birding for guests in Southeastern Arizona vacation rentals and Fountain Hills Rentals is sublime. Three hundred and fifty different species of birds have been spotted in Arizona. Scottsdale rentals, Phoenix rentals, or Arizona vacation homes in Cave Creek could all serve as the perfect base for bird-sighting. Rental homes in Phoenix include budget rentals and beautiful Phoenix rental property suitable for wedding parties.
With as many rental properties Fountain Hills has available, birdwatchers from all over flock to Fountain Hills to enjoy their vacations. Many of the rental properties Scottsdale offers would serve birding guests well.
Hiking and biking is available year round for Sedona vacation rental guests. Look into Arizona rentals with Jacuzzis if planning an active vacation.
Arizona rentals along the “West Coast” offer great opportunities for water sports. Lake Havasu rentals are well-liked by water sports enthusiasts. Arizona vacation rental homes in the Flagstaff area offer white water action. Renting a Sedona vacation rental will keep you close to the water.
Golfing aficionados love Arizona’s golf courses. Tucson rentals or Scottsdale vacation rentals give guests tee-time access in a moment’s notice. Scottsdale vacation rentals range from budget minded Scottsdale rentals to luxurious vacation houses.
Like to ski or want to learn how? Go to the High Country to find fresh powder. Arizona rentals among the White Mountains can help beat the crowds.
Other Activities in Arizona
Arizona vacation homes in southeast Arizona can provide a Wild West experience. Tucson rental homes are a good choice unless you can find a rental nearer to Tombstone.
If you love the cowboy life, visit the “Shoot Out at the OK Coral” in Tombstone. Old Tucson is not that old (it was from Hollywood sets for western movies). Guests staying in Tucson rentals will still enjoy the Old Tucson Studios in Tucson.
Guests staying in Arizona rental properties rental properties in Scottsdale love the “oil color” panoramic backdrops that nature provides. Look into Arizona lodging near many of Arizona’s top rated spas. Consider a Sedona vacation rental. Guests staying in Sedona vacation rentals will be in one of the most beautiful places in the world according to a recent USA’s Weekend’s Annual Travel Report.
Shopping in Arizona
Arizona lodging guests have outstanding opportunities to shop for Native American Jewelry and Crafts. With all the rental property Fountain Hills has to offer so close to the Salt River Indian Reservation, Fountain Hills remains a perpetual favorite. People stay in Arizona vacation homes including luxury Phoenix Arizona vacation rentals to buy exquisite, authentic hand made items by different Native American tribes of Arizona:
- Apache Beadwork
- Hopi Kachina (Katsina) Dolls and Pottery
- Navajo Rugs and Sand Paintings
- Papago Baskets
- Silver and Turquoise Jewelry
Food and Dining in Arizona
Guests staying in Arizona rental properties love the Native American Fry Bread Tacos. Enjoy a Wild West meal in a real Cowboy Steakhouse.
Arizona deserts can be hot during the summer (100 plus degrees Fahrenheit). In the winter months, temperatures go down during the desert nights (in the 30s and 40s) but will dip lower once you start moving into the High Country. Most of the Arizona rental homes provide both heat and air conditioning ensuring your comfort.
Arizona Vacation Rentals and Arizona Home Rentals
Whether you are interested in Scottsdale rentals, Tucson rentals, Phoenix rentals or rentals in a rural country, you will find plenty of choices with our Arizona vacation rental listings.
When to Visit Arizona
With mild weather attracting guests to rental property in Tucson Az in the winter months, Arizona draws visitors year-round. To avoid extremes in temperatures, reserve rentals including Queen Creek home rentals, Sedona, Az vacation rentals, and Fountain Hill rentals during the spring or fall. High season for rentals in desert locations is during the winter months.
Schedule your Arizona vacation rental reservation around one of these fun events:
- Wings over Wilcox (January)
- Festival of the West – Cowboy Fun (March)
- Navajo Nation Fair (September)
There’s much to do in Arizona whether you are looking at Sedona vacation rentals, Fountain Hills rentals, Scottsdale rentals, Peoria Arizona vacation rentals, or Phoenix Arizona vacation rentals. Rental homes in Phoenix conveniently place visitors in a centrally located hot spot. If you’re ready for photo worthy vistas and fresh air, check out Vacation Home Rentals’ Arizona rental listings (including the ever popular Sedona vacation rental).