The Grand Canyon State

 Stunning views of mountain peaks, desert landscapes, and deep canyons await travelers in Northern Arizona. There’s small towns filled with historical treasures of the old west both before and after the European invasion. Everywhere, there’s reminders of the harshness early settlers faced as they built new towns and sought their fortunes. 

Sedona Roadside Sign


An enlightened and gentle community surrounded by red rock views, evergreens, twisted juniper trees, and Vortex meditation sites.

Flagstaff Train Depot


Located in the largest contiguous ponderosa pine forest in the world, Flagstaff is home to Northern Arizona University, Eldon Pueblo Project, and haunted hotels.

Chloride, AZ, sign


Chloride survives as the oldest continually inhabited mining town in Arizona. Founded in 1863, the town provides a walk through time.

Jerome, AZ, sign


Once called the "Wickedest Town in the West", Jerome was a major silver mining town that went through tremendous periods of growth and busts. It's now home to artists, restaurants, and shop owners.

Grand Canyon Entrance Sign

Grand Canyon - Mather Point

The biggest crack in the United States runs through Arizona. Mather Point provides a place to park to take a walk around the southern rim. The squirrels will probably be happy to see you.