Southern Arizona Travel Guide
Plan Your Southern Arizona Vacation
Southern Arizona can do little to escape its cliché-ridden image as a landscape of cow skulls, tumbleweed, dried-up riverbeds, and mother lodes—but it doesn't need to. Abandoned mining towns and sleepy Western hamlets dot a lonely landscape of rugged rock formations, deep pine forests, dense mountain ranges, and scrubby grasslands.
There are plenty of chain hotels found throughout the southern region of Arizona, especially along the interstate highways,... read more
In southern Arizona cowboy fare is more common than haute cuisine. There are exceptions, though, especially in the... read more
Things To Do in Southern Arizona
Explore the best sights, entertainment, and shopping with our top choices and insider tips.
Tour Kartchner Caverns: The underground world of a living "wet" cave system is a rare and wonderful sensory experience. You'll... Read more
Arizona's identity was forged like horseshoes by cattle, copper, and the men who chased both. The "Old West" stretches as long as a... Read more
Popularized in dime novels and on the silver screen, the legend of Wyatt Earp follows the American tradition of the tall tale. This... Read more
The fearless Apache war shaman Geronimo, known among his people as "one who yawns," fought to the very last in the Apache Wars. His... Read more
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