There's no place on earth quite like the Grand Canyon State. It's not just the landscapes, which take in tall mountain ranges, swift rivers, grasslands, sand dunes, and cactus forests. It's not just the storied past, which reaches back thousands of years. It's not just the people, a vibrant blend of cultures and traditions. It's all these things, and the way they come together, that make a visit to Arizona a truly unforgettable experience.
A few miles east of Page on the Navajo Reservation exists the most photographed slot canyon in northern Arizona. Over thousands of years, wind and water scoured a narrow crevice in the mesa to form a slot canyon in two sections. Upper Antelope Canyon measures a quarter mile long and 130Page, AZ Natural Attractions
Welcome to Coldwater Springs Golf Club where we have shaped large features that go well beyond your run-of-the-mill mound or hill. The result is a combination of spectacular elevated tees, deep swales and cascading fairways. Only in North Scottsdale, or some of the Valley'Avondale, AZ Golf Courses
Built in 1898 and in service until 1976, the historic Navajo County Courthouse is one of only two Richardsonian Romanesque courthouses in the state of Arizona. Located along old Route 66, the courthouse is listed on the National Historic RegisterHolbrook, AZ Historic Courthouses
Located in the heart of Historic Downtown Chandler is the jewel of Dr. Chandler's dream, the San Marcos Hotel. Built in 1913 in the Spanish Mission style popular at the time, the San Marcos opened with international dignitaries, celebrities and royalty present. Listed on theChandler, AZ Historic Buildings
There's a long association between the name of St. Augustine and the Tucson area, dating back to the Spanish military and missionary presence in the 1700s. There were two villages with the name of San Agustín del Tucson. The first was situated at the foot of today'Tucson, AZ Historic Churches