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About Phoenix

A major tourism center in the Southwest, Phoenix boasts beautiful landscapes, cultural attractions, great shopping, and top-notch dining for visitors of all kinds. With Phoenix vacation rentals for couples, families, and extended families, you’ll always have a comfortable place to stay in this dynamic desert city.


With its subtropical desert climate and sunny skies, Phoenix is a great destination for sun-lovers just about any time of year. The city is sunniest during late spring and early summer, and temperatures routinely top out over 100 degrees in June, July, and August. Phoenix gets cooler during the winter months with highs around 55 degrees. Though the city tends to stay dry year-round, Phoenix does get rain during the hottest and coldest times of the year.


Since the city’s attractions are scattered throughout downtown Phoenix, the Scottsdale area, and the outskirts of the city, it’s best to rent a car so you’ll have full access to everything that’s available. Phoenix vacation rentals can be found in all of the city’s vibrant neighborhoods, so you’re never more than about a 15-minute drive from anything you want to do.

Things to Do

Outdoor activities attract tourists from all parts thanks to the city’s frequently sunny skies. Explore the region’s unique flora at the Desert Botanical Garden, where you’ll discover 50 acres with more than 100 rare plants and more succulents than you thought possible.

Papago Park is certain to fill your day with adventure. It is recognizable for its sandstone buttes, and has many trails that are suitable for families looking to hike or mountain bike. It also includes fishing lagoons where licensed individuals can fish for trout during the winter and catfish during the summer.

For some real fun in the sun, hit the trails around Camelback Mountain and climb 2,700 feet to the top. Whether you choose the Summit Trail for a steep climb or Cholla Trail for a rocky climb, you’ll be rewarded with a gorgeous view of Phoenix.
The Phoenix area is also home to unique culture and fascinating history. Start learning about it with a visit to the Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park. This Native American park and museum includes homes and artifacts from a 1,500-year-old Hohokam village abandoned around 1450. To view a larger collection of Southwest American Indian art and artifacts, don’t miss the ...

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