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Spring Break in AZ. Good bases for outdoor exploration ?

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We have decided to spend Spring Break ( exactly 1 week) in Az. (despite my DD's best efforts to get us to go to Key West) & want to split the time equally (give or take) between the North & South. No real interest in the PHX area as we are more concerned w/the outdoors + I am not a huge PHX fan. Will have a 4 yr old (he'll actually turn 5 while we are there) & an almost 8 yr old by then. Where would good bases be ? Sedona ? Prescott ? Jerome ? Flagstaff ? Tucson? Tubac ? Probably use vrbo for places to stay. Am looking for places a bit off the beaten track but close enough to get to 'stuf'f''. I know Sedona & the north fairly well, south of PHX, I know next to nothing. All comments, suggestions, secret places, hidden gems & off the beaten track anythings are welcomed.

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