With temperatures regularly exceeding 100 degrees Fahrenheit, it can be difficult to find relief from the scorching heat. That’s why I’m excited to share some of the coolest places to visit in Arizona this summer.
Tucked into a small valley of South Mountain Park in Phoenix is a little known ruins site that has generated all sorts of urban myths. I think I uncovered the truth.
Compared to many national parks that feature smooth asphalt roads with large parking lots and visitor centers,Mindeleff Cavates ruins are relatively inaccessible. That may be a good thing because the ancient dwelling site is very well preserved.
Spend an hour walking around the Pueblo Grande Museum and you’ll quickly appreciate how the ancestral Hohokham Indians were able to thrive in the hot desert region now known as Phoenix.
So many Arizona wonders, so little time. Good thing this one doesn’t require much time. The Casa Grande Ruins National … More
Quick: What’s the oldest sports stadium in the United States? If Wrigley Field in Chicago or Fenway Park in Boston … More
Rare is the Arizona building made of brick; stucco tends to be the exterior of choice. Rarer still is a structure … More
Eons before architects dreamt of high-rise condos, shopping malls or domed stadiums, ancestral natives devised a way to build a functional … More
About 14 miles northwest of Payson, AZ is a small state park with a huge natural wonder: a bridge formed … More
Flatiron Peak in Arizona’s Superstition Mountains lures thousands of hikers to it every year. Here’s how to experience it for yourself.
Lower Antelope Canyon is a special place in Arizona where people feel a spiritual connection to nature is . Were you to merely hopscotch over the tiny slits in the rocky surface, you might not know of the beauty that lies in the slot canyons below.
A few days each year, for just a few minutes, a shadow on the Superstition Mountains east of Apache Junction, depicts what appears to be a cougar chasing its prey. Find out when and where to view this amazing Arizona wonder in this post, with a clickable map to take you there.