Arizona is home to the country’s most popular natural wonder, Grand Canyon. But Grand Canyon National Park is only the beginning. Visitors to Arizona will also find several national forests, national recreational areas, national monuments, Indian reservations, and destinations like Sedona, Flagstaff, Prescott, Scottsdale and Phoenix. Arizona is a state for visitors who enjoy the outdoors, stunning scenery, the arts, history, and scenic drives in all directions.
Kingman Powerhouse Visitor Center
Kingman, the Heart of Historic Route 66, is between the Grand Canyon Skywalk® and Grand Canyon National Park. Drive two hours North through ranch land and the Hualapai Valley Joshua Trees Forest to the Skywalk®, or take scenic Route 66 East to the National Park. While in Kingman enjoy the Historic Downtown’s four museums and a self guided walking tour of more than 40 sites on the National Registry of Historic Places.
GRAND CANYON, AZ
450 State Route 64
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023
841 State Route 179
Sedona, AZ 86336
Verde Canyon Railroad and Blazin’ M Ranch
The Verde Canyon Railroad invites you to take a ride aboard Arizona’s longest running nature show! This four hour journey winds along the Verde River through a pristine canyon with red rock cliffs, Sinagua Indian ruins, bald eagles and a tunnel.
After soliciting opinions from travel writers, photographers, outdoor enthusiasts, and historic preservationists, nationally-distributed USA WEEKEND named Sedona the #1 Most Beautiful Place in America. Welcome to Sedona, Arizona. Let us inspire you.