Arizona Timeshares & Vacation Rentals
Arizona is where the Wild West lives on. The state offers a range of attractions for adults and kids, from historic Tombstone to the Grand Canyon and the vibrant cities of Phoenix and Tucson. Visit Lake Havasu City for some fun on the water, or go hiking in the central mountains. Follow a Spanish trail to learn more about the settlement of the state and its multi-cultural history.
Phoenix, located in the central desert of the state, is home to over 4 million people in a 2000 sq mile metro area that encompasses the neighboring cities of Scottsdale, Mesa, Tempe, and more. It’s a fast growing area that’s filled with many exciting things to do. Theatre, opera, and a symphony are all found in the city, as well as Ballet Arizona. Many concerts stop in Phoenix, and there are a wide range of venues to accommodate even the largest crowds. There are several museums with excellent collections of Native American art, including a collection of kachina dolls at the Heart Museum. The Phoenix Zoo and Arizona Science Center also offer visitors great collections within the heart of the city. Temperatures are warm and dry throughout the year, but in winter you might need a light jacket during the desert nights. You’ll have plenty of lodging options, as many Arizona timeshares and vacation rentals are located in or near the city.
Tucson is the other major city, located in southern Arizona in the Sonoran Desert. It’s located on a high plain, so it has cooler temperatures and a beautiful landscape surrounding it. The city’s rich history extends to the 16th Century, and even earlier, as it’s long been home to Native American settlements. The Spanish influence on the city is still seen today, and tours like the Turquoise Trail are excellent chances to see some of the most historic monuments. City festivals like the Tucson Folk Festival and Tucson Meet Yourself allow the city to share its vibrancy with residents and visitors alike, as well as help contribute to the active community and culture of the city. There are several performing arts venues and many museums, on subjects from history to aviation to rodeos.
Outside the cities, Arizona is a beautiful state just waiting for you to explore its wilderness. There are several national parks and monuments, including Grand Canyon and Petrified Forest National Park. The Grand Canyon is one of the most famous attractions and is a must see. Arrange a hike or a donkey ride into the canyon with one of the local guides or park rangers. State parks abound and are located all over the state, giving you many options for wilderness adventures, from desert to forests to lakes and rivers. There are several ski resorts in the state, with some near Flagstaff and Tucson. Camping, biking, golfing, and off-roading are other popular outdoor activities to enjoy across the state.
If you’re looking for some fun on the water, visit Lake Havasu City, on the western edge of the state. The lake was created by the building of the Parker Dam on the Colorado River. It’s a prime spot for boating and fishing. It’s also home to the London Bridge, which was bought from the city of London in the 1960’s and reassembled in Arizona. Other lakes, like Mormon, Roosevelt, and Apache, also provide picturesque boating opportunities. Fountain Hills, just outside of Phoenix, has one of the world’s tallest water fountains.
Whether you’re in a city, the Sonoran Desert, or the White Mountains, you’ll find an Arizona vacation rental home that will put you right where you want to be.
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