In honor of National Public Lands Day, Lake Powell, located within the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, will offer free park entrance to all visitors on Saturday, Sept. 26.
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Arizona serves as a producer for more than 75 percent of the country’s rose bushes. While most would associate vibrant rose bushes and thriving floral agriculture to someplace like California—where wildflowers are indeed abundant—the desert landscape and temperature consistency of Arizona can actually help to support a number of plants.
Many locals have switched up their morning work commute or bus ride to school for a walk to their home office or virtual learning space. As this is a reality for many Arizonans, three Valley resorts are offering work (or learn) from hotel packages that offer a change of scenery and access to uplifting amenities.
Picture this—the sun is rising, the birds are singing and everything smells like campfire from the night before. Only one thing would make the morning complete: an expertly brewed cup of coffee. Here, Andrew Robertson, district manager of Arizona’s Press Coffee, explains his favorite gadgets for gourmet coffee at the campsite.
Uptown Phoenix’s first-ever hotel—ARRIVE Phoenix—is scheduled to open its doors near Camelback Road and 4th Avenue in September. The opening will mark the first of a two-phase plan, with the second phase slated to be complete in November.
Boasting beautiful untouched landscapes, unique wildlife and vegetation, and historic and cultural monuments, Arizona has plenty of amazing road trip destinations. Whether you’re with friends or family, or you’re going solo, you’ll have a great time exploring this fascinating state.
Is Arizona the new Napa Valley? According to travelers—yes. The state has slowly garnered a reputation for being a prime destination for wineries.
Staycation-seekers have something new to look forward to this fall. Canopy by Hilton Scottsdale Old Town is set to open in Old Town Scottsdale in late September, marking the area’s first new-build hotel in more than a decade.
While Route 66 winds all throughout the United States, some of the most unique and unforgettable roadside stops and attractions are actually found all throughout Arizona. The next time you find yourself trekking up the Mother Road, be sure to keep these five stops in mind:
One of the natural wonders of the world, a stop at the Grand Canyon is undoubtedly on just about everyone’s bucket list. But what if a visit to this natural beauty was as easy as hanging out in your own living room?