Featured Regions

Arizona - Cochise County

Visit this Land of Legends. Walk where the legends walked. Experience the legends of the Southwest through a rich variety of Cochise County activites and attractions. Read More...

Arizona - Cottonwood

Enjoy wine tasting rooms, gourmet shops, fabulous restaurants, inns and specialty stores within a few short blocks. Take a historic tour to learn about our bootlegging past. Read More...

Arizona - Flagstaff

Outdoor enthusiasts have hundreds of trails to explore, or hit the town they have many choices of unique shops, restaurants and galleries. History buffs will delight in Route 66 nostalgia and the museums. Read More...

Arizona - Kingman

When in the Grand Canyon State don't bypass another Arizona legend - the longest stretch of the Mother Road, Route 66. This river of blacktop has brought vacationing Americans to their destinations out west for nearly a century. Read More...

Arizona - Page and Lake Powell

Get outdoors. Tour the Slot Canyons, Horseshoe Bend or explore Lake Powell’s colorful canyons. Read More...

Arizona - Phoenix

A visit to the Valley is packed with shopping, hiking, and Southwest culture. Read More...

Arizona - Sedona

Sedona, with its breathtaking crimson landscapes, is consistently voted by travelers to be one of the most beautiful places in America. From Flagstaff and the Grand Canyon, take the famous scenic drive through Oak Creek Canyon and witness Mother Nature's artistry everywhere you look. Read More...

Arizona - Tucson

Explore spectacular scenery, culture, and the real Southwest. Read More...

Arizona - Williams

Located in the heart of Kaibab National Forest at an elevation of 6,770 feet. A historic and charming town, it’s become known as an extraordinary way to enjoy the Grand Canyon. Wildlife park, train ride, and zipline are some of the many adventures you can have in Williams. Read More...

Arizona - Yuma

Yuma is America’s winter vegetable capital. Get a taste on a Field to Feast Tour or at Yuma Lettuce Days. Also visit the Yuma Territorial Prison. Read More...

Arizona Communities near the Grand Canyon

Experience rustic charm and find what you need in these nearby towns: Phoenix, Flagstaff, Williams, Tusayan, Cameron, Jacob Lake, Tucson, and Salt Lake City Read More...

Arizona Off The Beaten Path

Small towns. Big adventures. Arizona’s less traveled destinations are the ideal retreat. In just a few hours, you can be anywhere in the state—enjoying getaways that are fun, fabulous and not-too-far-away. Read More...

Arizona State Parks

There are two State Parks to take your family for economical adventures as you travel in the Flagstaff and Winslow area. Riordan Mansion State Historic Park is right in the heart of Flagstaff near Northern Arizona University and Homolovi State Park is just outside of Winslow. Read More...

Colorado - Alamosa

Visit Alamosa, with sweeping views and copious sunshine, there is plenty to do. Read More...

Navajo Nation

The Navajo Nation is unsurpassed in natural beauty, cultural diversity and historic venues. World renowned Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, Four Corner Monument, and the ancient geological formations at Canyon de Chelly National Monument. Read More...

Nevada - Las Vegas

Live it up at larger-than-life Strip destinations and enjoy quiet trails just outside town. Read More...

Utah - Bryce Canyon City

Bryce Canyon City is the gateway to Bryce Canyon National Park and conveniently located next to the entrance to the park. You will find a variety of visitor services here, including lodging, campgrounds, restaurants, shopping, car care, horseback rides, ATV tours, rodeos and a Western dinner show. Read More...

Utah - Bryce Canyon Country

Bryce Canyon Country offers the largest concentration of scenic attractions and activities in one county. Visit three national parks and three state parks. Drive scenic byways. There's recreation for families and adventure vacationers. Read More...

Utah - Cedar City

Cedar City is centrally located to the national park adventures of Zion, Kolob Canyons, Bryce Canyon and Cedar Breaks. Read More...

Utah - Kanab and Kane County

Stay in one place while visiting a multitude of national parks and national monuments in our area: Grand Canyon, Zion, Grand Staircase-Escalante, Bryce Canyon, Cedar Breaks, Pipe Spring, and Glen Canyon/Lake Powell. Read More...

Utah - Moab

The real beauty of this area is that you can discover your own definition of adventure, from the personal challenge of rafting the mighty Colorado River to riding Moab’s world class mountain biking trails to the personal satisfaction of photographing some of the most spectacular red rock landscapes on Earth. Read More...

Utah - Salt Lake City

A convenient gateway to some of America’s most stunning national parks, Salt Lake City offers endless options for outdoor enthusiasts as well as cultural art lovers, families and history buffs. Read More...

Utah - Salt Lake City's Temple Square

Temple Square, worldwide headquarters of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is located in the center of downtown Salt Lake City, Utah, and is one of the top visitor attractions in the country. Read More...

Utah Rocks

Explore the area’s vast outdoor playground. Utah is a state of unparalleled scenic beauty with four seasons of world-class outdoor recreation. Whether you seek desert solitude or high altitude exhilaration, a peaceful backcountry hike, dinosaur discovery, mountain biking, or American Indian exploration, Utah offers 80,000 square miles of possibilities. Read More...

Top Ten Things to do in Grand Canyon

1. Go Hiking or Backpacking

Grand Canyon National Park, and the greater Grand Canyon region, is a hiker’s dream. Most of Grand Canyon National Park is undeveloped backcountry. There are literally hundreds of miles to hike and backpack and explore. Despite the Grand Canyon’s popularity and numbers of visitors each year, visitors only need to hike a small distance to enjoy some solitude. Read More...

2. Ride a Mule into the Grand Canyon

Explore the depths of the Grand Canyon National Park on popular trails like the Bright Angel and South Kaibab trail on a mule. A Grand Canyon mule ride is an adventure and easy on your legs. Read More...

3. Ride the Grand Canyon Railway

Adventure, sightseeing and history! If it’s adventure, sightseeing and history all rolled into one that you want on your Grand Canyon vacation, then Grand Canyon Railway is your answer. This is an unforgettable experience and will add much to your vacation to the Grand Canyon. Read More...

4. Take a Scenic Drive

We think that a Grand Canyon vacation is America’s greatest road trip. It’s one big scenic drive. In fact, there are so many scenic drive opportunities it’s hard to limit our favorites. Read More...

5. Spend a Night or More Camping

Camp under the stars in a tent, or at an RV Park. Read More...

6. Go on a Rafting Trip

One of the most exciting ways to experience the Grand Canyon is to float through it by way of raft on the Colorado River. Read More...

7. Take a Scenic Flight

Take a helicopter tour over the Grand Canyon for a unique and spectacular vantage of this vast, deep natural wonder. Read More...

8. Go Mountain Biking or Cycling

Log extra miles of breathtaking views. Read More...

9. Stand on the Grand Canyon Skywalk

The Grand Canyon Skywalk is a horseshoe-shaped walkway that extends almost 70 feet out into the Grand Canyon. Visitors on the Skywalk, which has a clear, 4-inch-thick glass bottom, peer over the railing, or down through their stance to see the Canyon and all of its 4,000 feet of vertical abyss. Read More...

10. Take a Desert Jeep Tour

Experience the backcountry desert on and off road near the Grand Canyon and nearby recreation areas such as Sedona. View scenic vistas and the incredible variety of wildlife. Read More...

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