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  • 2021 N. Kinney Rd., Tucson
  • Zoos - Game Park
  • 520-883-1380

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is a world-renowned zoo, natural history museum and botanical garden, all in one place. Exhibits re-create the natural landscape of the Sonoran Desert Region so realistically you find yourself eye-to-eye with mountain lions, prairie dogs, Gila monsters, and more.

  • 1500 E. Route 66, Williams
  • Zoos - Game Park
  • 928-635-2289

Bearizona Wildlife Park Experience North American wildlife in a natural environment. Visitors drive through the Arizona wilderness with a g.p.s guided tour viewing bears, bison, wolves and more. Guests then explore Fort Bearizona walk through area to observe more animals on exhibit, a petting zoo and a birds of prey show.

  • Northeast Arizona
  • Park-Overlook
  • 928-674-5500

Canyon De Chelly National Monument Canyon De Chelly National Monument (pronounced "d shay”) offers a spectacular collection of sheer red sandstone cliffs forming a maze of canyons that all lead into the main Canyon De Chelly. The canyon, which is controlled by the Navajo Indians and is part of the Navajo Reservation, is also home to hundreds of Anasazi ruins from around 1300 AD.

  • 15318 S. Ave B, Somerton
  • Casinos

Cocopah Casino At Arizona's Cocopah Casino you'll experience all the excitement of a Las Vegas casino in a friendly, hometown resort setting. With action-packed table games, liberal new slot machines, lively video poker and award-winning bingo, Cocopah Casino is always buzzing with the hottest gaming action.

  • Arizona / Utah Border
  • National Park

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area Glen Canyon National Recreation Area encompasses Lake Powell -- a vast body of deep blue water contained within orange-red cliff walls. It offers excellent opportunities for fishing, and in summer when water temperatures climb to a comfortable 70-80 degrees, swimming and water skiing. It is extremely popular with houseboaters.

  • Monument Valley
  • Museum
  • 435-727-3231

Goulding’s Trading Post Museum Opened in 1989, the museum is both a showcase of varied artifacts and a glimpse into a bygone era. Goulding’s Lodge is not just a famous locale for Old West movies, but is also steeped in a rich history of trading, tourism, and culture as well. The museum is open to all visitors, whether staying at Goulding’s or not. Admission is on a donation basis which provide college scholarships for local students.

  • East of Williams
  • Zoos - Game Park
  • 928-635-4073

Grand Canyon Deer Farm Petting Zoo At the Deer Farm you don't just look at the deer, you walk among them, you touch them, you let them eat right from your hand. The Deer Farm is a great place to bring your children to teach them about animals as well as how to interact with animals.

  • National Park
  • 928-638-7888

Grand Canyon National Park The Grand Canyon is an awesome place. Its overwhelming size and its intricate and colorful landscape make it without question one of the seven marvels of the natural world.

  • Departs from Williams
  • Park-Overlook
  • 800-THE-TRAIN

Grand Canyon Railway Travel a century-old rail line aboard the historic Grand Canyon Railway and arrive just steps from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. Be entertained by cowboy characters, enjoy the tunes of strolling musicians, and be part of a mock train robbery as train travel from the early 1900s is recreated during the scenic 65-mile journey to the canyon.

  • 49614 Highway 60, Wickenburg
  • Park-Overlook
  • 928-684-2772

The Hassayampa River is unique; it spends most of its 100-mile length underground. Most river "crossings" involve walking over a dry bed. Within the Hassayampa River Preserve, however, the river comes above ground and the result is nothing short of an oasis. Over 280 species of birds have been spott...

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