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Phoenix Historic Sites

Historic Sites of Phoenix

Phoenix for History Buffs When compared to other US cities, Phoenix is a fairly young city. Formally Incorporated as a US city in 1881, Phoenix has its own rich history…

Rawhide at Wild Horse Pass

Rawhide at Wild Horse Pass

Rawhide Western Town – Chandler AZ Rawhide at Wild Horse Pass – even its name exudes frontier adventure and conjures up images of the wild, wild west. You can almost…

Phoenix Hiking

Urban Hiking in Phoenix

Best Urban Phoenix Hikes Two favorite Phoenix hikes that people absolutely rave about are the Piestewa Peak Summit Trail and the North Mountain Park. The fresh smell in the morning…

Visit Reid Park Zoo Tucson

You belong in the zoo, Reid Park Zoo! The Reid Park Zoo is a city-owned zoo started in 1965 by Gary Reid who was the Director of Parks and Recreation…

Before You Visit Biosphere 2

A Tour of Biosphere 2 Discover a whole new world within our own world at the Biosphere 2 located just outside of Tucson. This incredible structure is an engineering marvel…

Camelback Mountain

Hiking Camelback Mountain

Camelback Mountain Hiking Trails Camelback Mountain is among the most recognizable natural landmarks in the Phoenix and Scottsdale area. The mountain, which is actually two different rock formations that formed…

McDowell Mountain Regional Park

McDowell Mountain Regional Park

This area is a well-kept secret to visitors to the Scottsdale area. At over 21,000 acres, McDowell Mountain Regional Park is the picturesque desert jewel of northeast Scottsdale about 10…

Scottsdale Travel Guide

Visit Scottsdale Arizona

Scottsdale Travel Guide Located in the panoramic Sonoran Desert, Scottsdale is one of America’s most popular vacation, convention, and group travel destinations. Over seven million people visit and vacation to…