In just a few hours, you can be anywhere in the state enjoying getaways that are fun, fabulous and not-too-far-away. From fascinating history to jaw-dropping scenery to heart-pounding excitement, Arizona's vibrant towns offer excitement around every turn. And best of all, they're just a short drive away from the Grand Canyon.
Two hours from six national monuments and Grand Canyon National Park, Flagstaff is a thriving mountain town with a charming historic downtown. Here are seven things to do.
Winemakers in Verde Valley between Sedona, Cottonwood and Jerome, pour their passion into their work. Read about Glomski's and Predmore's path to winemaking.
South of Tucson are three historic towns that make up a fantastic scenic loop. Each offers a unique experience and a glimpse into Arizona’s vibrant history.
Find dozens of ways to learn, play and eat at the Salt River Indian Community.
See an intimate glimpse into Navajo history and modern-day life at the Explore Navajo Interactive Museum or visit Navajo headquarters in a large hogan.
In the land where 90 percent of the nation's vegetables are grown in winter, Yuma provides a surprising number of unique culinary experiences.
In the heart of the Arizona desert you’ll find a vibrant farm-to-table dining scene, gorgeous green space and more in Gilbert.
Geoffrey Campbell, assistant general manager of Hacienda del Sol Guest Ranch Resort in Tucson, Ariz., shares insider tips on what to do and see in Tucson.
For Route 66 lovers, Kingman is a living tribute to the Mother Road, but it also has great trails to explore juniper and pine forests, as well as desert landscapes.
Stop by or stay where entrepreneur Allan Affeldt has breathed new life into the La Posada Hotel and Gardens.
Listen to an entertaining guide that automatically tells you stories about where you are while you drive.
From great hiking and kayaking to a fun downtown scene, here are the top 5 reasons to explore Prescott, Ariz., on your way to the Grand Canyon.
Pull over on Route 66 and stay in a wigwam near Petrified Forest National Park. Bring your dog to the park!
See the best eras of the Southwest brought back to life from Native American lore to Route 66. Don't miss Standin' on the Corner [of Winslow, Ariz.] Park.
Head out on the all-American road trip along historic Route 66 and you'll see some unusual sights including oddly-shaped buildings and neon signs.
Born near Arizona's Historic Route 66 five months after the road was established, barber Angel Delgadillo brought back its neon lights after they had faded.
A 2-hour drive from the Grand Canyon's South Rim, discover Sedona's seven off-the-beaten-path trails and 80 magnificent art galleries.
Explore the great outdoors at Catalina State Park, a museum that is 85% outside, and Biosphere 2, an enormous glass terrarium.
See seven national park sites on the breathtaking scenic road trip from the Grand Canyon to Arches to Zion.
Watch Spring Training, tour a botanical garden, climb Camelback Mountain, visit museums, and more.
Arizona's Meteor Crater and Lowell Observatory has helped map the moon, discover a planet and unravel the mysteries of the universe.
Take a stroll through this charming historic downtown packed with wine tasting rooms and restaurants before heading to a rare solitude-fueled national monument.