If history and archaeology sites are your thing, you can't beat Homolovi State Park. The park is filled with pieces of broken pottery, remnants of old villages and petroglyphs from the Hopi culture.
If you're looking to take in the scenery of the Painted Desert for free, there is a hidden park that fits the bill. These views can't be beat but there are a few things to know before going.
Arizona's 50,000 year old Meteor Crater is considered the best preserved impact crater on Earth. Today we get hands on and explore the museum as well as check out the overlooks of the crater.
Petrified Forest National Park has much more than meets the eye. Today is our third installment in our series of diving deep into the park’s attractions. We explore the Teepees, Newspaper Rock, Puerco Pueblo & a little piece of Route 66 history.
Petrified Forest National Park is more than just a mammoth collection of petrified logs from centuries ago. Aside from these fantastic specimens, the landscape is second to none. Today we complete our tour of the park with a look at some fantastic overlooks and check out the Painted Desert Inn.
Built into the layered levels of a picturesque canyon, the cliff dwellings at Walnut Canyon National Monument add to an already stunning hike and provide plenty of education and history of the Sinagua people.
Few roads in Arizona have as much variety in landscape, flora and recreational activities as State Route 89A. Stretching from Flagstaff to Prescott, segments of this road are considered a must do for anyone seeking some of the most scenic views found in Arizona outside of the Grand Canyon. Today we decided to hop in the car for a day trip and explore some of this stretch of road that we usually only see passing by.
A common misconception of Arizona is that it's a vast desert with miles of cactus and not much else. Believe it or not, Arizona contains not just one, but four deserts, snowy mountains, and autumn color as well! Always up for an adventure, we decided to head north and seek out fall foliage in a unique way...
At Tonto Natural Bridge State Park you will find a unique geological formation... the world's largest travertine natural bridge. We visit the park and observe this geological wonder from multiple perspectives as we hike and enjoy multiple overlooks.
Arizona has no shortage of locales offering Indian ruins. Shoofly Village Ruin is just one of the many which stirs up the imagination. Today we went to visit to see how it stacks up to some of the others we’ve visited.
Traveling by train used to be the way guests would visit the Grand Canyon. We wanted to experience this unique experience for ourselves. How did we like it? What are some of the different car classes like? We’ll let you know all those details and more in case you’re planning to take a trip on the rails.