Some interesting facts about the Sonoran Desert:
Nestled near the Mule Mountains in southeastern Arizona, Bisbee was once a bustling mining town. In the early 1900’s Bisbee, Arizona was the largest city in the territory. This tiny town in southeastern Arizona is just 10 miles from the Mexico border and was once a bustling mining town. Today there are just over 5,000 […]
Just one hour south of Tucson you can spend the day exploring over 100 art galleries, studios and shops. See the oldest mission in Arizona, and the second oldest schoolhouse in the state. We took a road trip to southern Arizona just to check out one of the oldest communities in this state.
The Tonto Natural Bridge State Park, in Payson, is home to one of Arizona’s most treasured spots. The park is home to the largest natural travertine bridge in the world. Our kids love exploring this area and it is a kid-friendly hike.
Pack your bags! Arizona is a stunning state below is a list of our top ten places to experience the southwest. You could spend many years in Arizona exploring all the state has to offer and still not see it all.
Taking a ride up to Jerome is one of our favorite day trips. The first claim staked in Jerome, Arizona was in 1876. This infamous “ghost town” in Arizona has an old west appeal. Built into the side of Cleopatra Hill in the Verde Valley, Jerome was once a booming copper mining town that dwindled […]