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    There's good reason Lake Havasu City is such a popular Spring Break destination - set at the side of the lake of the same name, this town serves as a portal for all sorts of lake-based havoc wrecking, including long houseboat stays and speed-boating.

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    Lending lush contrast to the sometimes arid landscapes of Arizona are the state's numerous public greens, good for an early morning round of golf whether you're a local or a sight-seeing tourist.

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  • 1477 Queens Bay, Lake Havasu City
  • Other
  • 928-453-6776

Lake Havasu Dixie Bell ALL ABOARD THE DIXIE BELLE! Enjoy an exciting cruise on Lake Havasu's Only Paddlewheel boat. Plan Your Next Party Here!

  • 601 Nevada Way
  • National Park
  • 702-293-8990

Lake Mead National Recreation Area As the Colorado River exits the Grand Canyon it enters the massive Lake Mead created by the Hoover Dam. The river line through Lake Mead is about 70 miles to the dam. Side canyons to explore are numerous and interesting. Once below Hoover Dam, the river flows through canyons for some 45 miles before reaching Lake Mohave, created by the Davis Dam.

  • East of Flagstaff
  • Historical Site, Museum, Other
  • 800-289-5898

Meteor Crater The first proven, best preserved meteorite crater on Earth!
Located in the high grassland of Northern Arizona, a visit to the Meteor Crater Visitor's Center provides you with an enjoyable educational experience.
Just 35 miles east of Flagstaff.

  • Northeast Arizona
  • Park-Overlook
  • 435-727-3287

Monument Valley Monument Valley is an area of free standing sandstone rock forms that rise majestically from the desert floor. Up to 1,000 feet tall, they create a truly magical desert landscape.

  • Mt. Lemmon, NE Tucson
  • Museum, Park-Overlook, Other
  • 520-626-8122

Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter Observatory Get a breathtaking view of the night sky at the 9157 feet summit of Mt. Lemmon. The SkyCenter is an exceptional science learning facility and observing site just north of Tucson, Arizona. The Schulman 32" telescope, located here is the LARGEST public dedicated telescope in the Southwest. Come explore the scientific, historical, and natural wonders of Mt. Lemmon and Catalina Mountains.

  • HC-60 Box 1, Lake Powell
  • Other
  • 435-692-1234

Natural Bridges National Monument Natural Bridges National Monument is a pleasant, well-kept small park featuring three large natural bridges attractively set at the bottom of two adjacent canyons.

  • Camp Verde
  • Zoos - Game Park
  • 928-567-2840

Out of Africa Wildlife Park Call us wild. Call us crazy… just don’t call us a zoo. At Out of Africa Park, hundreds of exotic animals from all over the world roam in spacious, natural habitats… giving you up-close personal encounters you won’t find at a zoo. It’s a full day’s adventure without the hidden fees. And, with exciting shows like Tiger Splash and Wonders of Wildlife, Out of Africa is like nothing you’ve ever seen! Open daily.

  • 1 Park Road, Petrified Forest
  • National Park
  • 928-524-6228

Petrified Forest National Park The world's largest and most colorful concentrations of petrified wood, and the multihued badlands known as the Painted Desert.

  • Bisbee
  • Historical Site
  • 520-432-2071

Queen Mine Tour Don the mining lanterns, hats and slickers of the miners...Ride the mine train deep into the mine...Search for remaining veins of copper, gold, turquoise, silver, lead and zinc, and...Experience the life of the miners as they toiled in the subterranean tunnels.

  • 3693 South Old Spanish Trail
  • Other
  • 520-733-5153

Saguaro National Park Saguaro National Park is named after its most visible and popular resident the giant Saguaro Cactus. These extraordinary icons of the desert have an average life span of 150 years and may grow to a height of 50 feet and weigh over 10 tons.

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