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The Grand Canyon, Sunset Crater, Meteor Crater, and many archaeological sites are all within easy driving distance.
Flagstaff also boasts Lowell Observatory, the Museum of Northern Arizona, the Arizona Snowbowl ski resort, Pioneer Historical Museum, Riordan Mansion, and genuine Route 66 nostalgia.
A national park since 1919, attracting more than five million visitors yearly, the Grand Canyon is the most visited national park in the United States.
I think most visitors would agree when they first see the Grand Canyon, that it inspires a feeling of awe and wonder.
Located just minutes from Sedona, Jerome and Clarkdale, Old Town Cottonwood is ideally situated near the Verde River offering a variety of recreational activities that include camping, horseback riding and fishing.
Historic Old Town on Main Street is home to a number of gay owned and friendly antique shops, fine restaurants, wine bars and art galleries.
The year-round sunshine makes it perfect for families, retirees and vacationers — whether they are looking to escape the winter cold or want to enjoy the area’s vast summer water recreation opportunities.
The Town of Cottonwood is surrounded by jagged mountains on the south and west, and to the north and east by mesas and buttes.
Some of the West’s most beautiful country surrounds Flagstaff, from the alpine forests of our San Francisco Peaks to the rugged deserts of nearby Native American nations.
Dependant on the copper market, Phelps Dodge Mine closed in 1953.
The remaining 50 to 100 hardy souls promoted the town as a historic ghost town.
Bullhead City is located in Arizona’s west-central Mohave County, on the east bank of the Colorado River near the juncture of Arizona, California and Nevada.
It is the sister city to the popular gaming community of Laughlin, Nevada.
Named for the beautiful Cottonwood trees that grow along the Verde River, the town grew from a small farming community to the Verde Valley’s population center, called “the biggest little town in Arizona” by the late 1920’s.