Many of the most desired sites to visit in Arizona require pricey permits or passes. But these eight places stand out because they require no fee.
The Keet Seel Canyon hike experience ranks among the best in Arizona. Best of all, permits are easy to get and there is no charge for the hike, camping or ruins tour.
The ultra scenic Blue Ridge Reservoir located on Arizona’s Mogollon Rim could easily be mistaken for a lake in Oregon or Northern California. Get tips for kayaking and camping in this spectacular place.
The Arizona Bucket List Adventure Guide & Journal is an awesome spiral bound notebook you can keep in your glove box or backpack.
London Bridge may have fallen down, but it was brought back to life when it was shipped to Arizona and put back together in Lake Havasu City.
If you want to see Antelope Canyon in Arizona but aren’t a fan of crowded tours, consider a self-guided kayak and hiking tour. Find out how in this post.
Horseshoe Bend is one of Arizona’s top tourist attractions. If you’re planning to visit, these tips will help you get the most out of your experience.
I got a tip about this secret hidden waterfall in Madera Canyon from a local and had to go check it out. In this post I’ll show you how to find the fall in three minutes or less.
I found myself needing one of those digital detoxes that have become the thing to do. In this post, I’ll share the complete itinerary of my 3-day detox, complete with pictures.
Arizona’s Grand Falls, aka Chocolate Falls, are an awesome site. But they don’t flow all year. Find out the best time to see them and other key tips.
Two of the most exciting things to find when you’re on the trails of Arizona are rock art (aka petroglyphs) and waterfalls. If you hike Hieroglyphic Trail in the Superstition Mountains at the right time of year, you’ll likely find both.
Canyon Lake is one of Arizona’s beautiful gems. If you want to gain a true appreciation for this spectacular oasis on the edge of the desert, you have to paddle back into the shallow coves.