Are you one of the many travelers visiting Arizona during the peak season? If so, you’re in luck because there are many fun activities and great weather to enjoy them. Following is a list of just a few of the innumerable activities available for your leisure.

Desert Belle – Saguaro Lake in Mesa, AZ

The Desert Belle is a sight-seeing tour of Saguaro Lake and offers wildlife sightings as well as unspoiled desert views during the 90-minute narrated tour, and is a great option for families. The Desert Belle also offers live music and wine cruises and can serve as a picturesque venue.

Jerome

Jerome is a town near Sedona which has a mining history and desert views. It is now known for its artsy environment and makes a good place to spend a day exploring.

Sedona

Sedona is known for its spiritual nature and the red rock vista that surrounds the city. There are many things to do here such as jeep tours and vortex tours. The city is a family-friendly place to explore nature and take in the sights.

Lowell Observatory – Flagstaff

Flagstaff is home to the Lowell Observatory, which is a prime spot for stargazing due to its dark skies. Tours of the campus of the observatory and other exhibits are also offered.

Musical Instrument Museum – Phoenix

The museum is a family-friendly way to see an exhibit of instruments from around the world. A must-see for musicians or musically-inclined visitors.

Boyce-Thompson Arboretum – Superior

The arboretum is a scenic way to take in a variety of desert plants and offers several easy to moderate hiking paths.

Taliesin West – Scottsdale

Taliesin is a UNESCO World Heritage site and school of architecture founded by Frank Lloyd Wright that offers tours to the public.

Monument Valley

Monument Valley is a Navajo park that straddles the Arizona-Utah border; the entrance is just across the border in Utah. The park is known as a filming spot for many westerns, so you can see Hollywood history while enjoying the views.

Mount Lemmon – Tucson

Mount Lemmon is a popular ski destination, actually the southernmost in the continental US and is one of the few ski resorts in Arizona. Mount Lemmon is also famous for its observatory.

Mount Lemmon is a popular ski destination, actually the southernmost in the continental US and is one of the few ski resorts in Arizona. Mount Lemmon is also famous for its observatory.

The Grand Canyon – Grand Canyon National Park

View amazing vistas, beautiful scenery, and wildlife. The grand canyon is something breathtaking. The grand canyon national park was founded on February 26, 1919. Since then, travelers have been visiting the park and hiking its paths. The park even had the famous stunt devil Robbie Knievel jump a section of the canyon.

These are just a few of the many options a vacation to Arizona offers. The sites offer a good mix of scenery and history, a microcosm of Arizona as a whole.

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