With the sun shining almost every day of the year, Arizona is the place to go for your next awesome adventure. Experience everything from road trips and relaxing, to thrilling activities and delicous local food.
From the awe-inspiring scenery of the Grand Canyon and the Sonoran Desert, to wine-tasting at local vineyards, you'll be sure to find something to satisfy. And at the end of a long day, treat yourself to some relaxation at bed-and-breakfast or luxurious resort and spa.
Mighway recommends at least a week here to enjoy everything Arizona has to offer!
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Few regions can match the sprawling beauty of Northern Arizona. The varying landscapes paint a scene of pure Americana wildlife, ranging from snowy mountain peaks to pine-laden forestry to red desert rocks. You can experience the highs and lows of the region (literally!) by hiking Humphrey’s Peak, the largest mountain in Arizona, and then touring the depths of the majestic Grand Canyon.
Discover North Central
Looking for an adventure? Arizona’s North Center has you covered. In this diagonal strip across the state, you have everything an outdoor lover could want. With the multiple landscapes, ranging from national forest greenery to crimson rock formations, you’ll have every opportunity to hike, bike and explore to your heart’s content. Whether you’re hiking through Sedona’s majestic red rock formations or sliding down one of the natural sandstone waterslides, the beautiful central region offers something for everyone.
Phoenix and Central Arizona
Nestled in the centere of the state, Phoenix and Central Arizona are the heart of local activity. Home to some of Arizona’s largest cities and beautiful desert landscapes, you can experience all the Southwest glory this region has to offer.
The outdoor adventurer can zipline through the desert or take a hike in one of the thousands of trails throughout the area. Explore space, sea and prehistoric life in one of the many regional museums. Whether you want to enjoy a rustic camp getaway or prefer to vacation in style, Phoenix and Central Arizona offers the Southwest trip you’ve been looking for.
Tucson and Southern Arizona
If you’ve ever seen a Western film, you’re probably familiar with some of the many traits that make the Southern Arizona region so famous. Dotted with saguaros, the slowly growing cacti you may recognize from cartoon deserts and western films, this quintessential desert landscape evokes some serious home-on-the-range nostalgia for any cowboy at heart.
But it’s not all rodeos and cattle drives. Tucson boasts a thriving metropolitan area, where you can find museums, art galleries and award winning restaurants. You can try local cuisine, like the famous bacon-wrapped Sonoran hot dogs, then wash it down in one of the dozens of wineries spread throughout the region.
Discover the West Coast
While Arizona is known for its desert regions, the West Coast gives plenty of opportunities to cool off. With the Colorado River running from the Hoover Dam to Mexico, and with multiple lakes and reservoirs that dot the landscape, visitors have miles of water to splash around in throughout the region. You can enjoy any water sport from swimming to skiing to boating. Explore new depths in local coves or just hike along the shoreline to enjoy the beautiful scenery.
Why not discover California?
Nowhere combines the famous Golden Gate Bridge, Hollywood, stunning beaches and wanderlust mountains. California has it all! Less a four hour drive from San Francisco International Airport, why not see the best of the west, in a true American RV style road trip! Enjoy a scenic drive in this beautiful State. Make sure you stop by the Golden Gate, and Redwoods National Park along the way. Mighway recommends 4-6 days for your adventure.