Arizona Tourism

Arizona Tourism
From scenic deserts filled with cacti, to the majestic Grand Canyon, Arizona tourism offers it all. A unique trip to the Grand Canyon State can offer a new view of the American southwest.

Desert Botanical Garden

The Desert Botanical Garden houses 50 acres of threatened and endangered plant species from around the world. With a 63-year history, this garden has become internationally recognized for its collection as well as contributions to education and research.

Outdoor Activities

Blessed with year-round good weather and sunshine, you can go fishing, sailing, swimming and hiking in a number of national parks.

Driving Tours

Arizona is home to America's "mother road." Route 66 is a well-known tourist attraction for car lovers and history buffs alike.


Several areas in Arizona have begun establishing eco-friendly initiatives. The Rio Salado Habitat Restoration Area sits along the Salt River in downtown Phoenix. Once a dump site, it has been restored to include paved and dirt trails for hiking and bird watching.

Family Friendly

Children of all ages can wonder at Four Corners Monument, the only spot in America where you can be in four states at once.

Sporting Events

Arizona is a sports lover's paradise. With more than 300 golf courses and every imaginable sports team and race track, Arizona can keep even the hardest core sports fan happy.


Article Written By Sara John

Sara John is a professional writer and copy editor living in Des Moines, IA. She has worked professionally for seven years, and written articles for the Long Beach Press-Telegram, as well as other local publications. She is a graduate of Grand View University and holds a B.A. in journalism.

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