Wupatki Native American Indian Ruins are worth the drive from Flagstaff to see. The Hopi buildings and surrounding community are well preserved.
A girl’s weekend to Flagstaff included a stop at Arizona’s unique Bearizona wildlife park in Williams. This wildlife park allows visitors to view bears in their natural habitat.
We lived in Arizona for ten years before we even knew the Lava Tube River Cave existed. Our kids were so excited to go caving. The Lava River Tube Cave is 14-miles north of Flagstaff. You will drive down paved road US 180 and continue on two unpaved forest roads to reach the cave. There […]
Just east of Flagstaff you can see cliff dwellings at Walnut Canyon. You can see Native American Indian Ruins, Sinagua dwellings date back some 700 years. There is a small visitor center and two trails available to hike.
For a little less congestion drive east on Desert View Drive for the next 23-miles. The free shuttle buses do not come this way, so if you want to see the east side of the canyon you’ll need a car. This side of the canyon, in my opinion, is better because there are less people.
Arizona is known worldwide for the famous Grand Canyon National Park. The park is in the northwest corner of Arizona about 250 miles from Phoenix. As one of the Seven Natural World Wonders, millions of people come to see this deep canyon that time and the mighty Colorado River carved. If you have a few […]