With art galleries, bars and restaurants, and a ghost town, all in old west style buildings about 40 minutes from Sedona, Jerome a great spot for a day trip.
Planning your first trip to the Grand Canyon can be overwhelming. At 277 miles long and 18 miles wide, with four different areas to visit it’s hard to know where to start. However, with some research, planning, and travel tips, you’ll feel ready to experience this natural marvel in northern Arizona.
Located near Flagstaff, Arizona, Sedona is famous for its red rocks and hippie vibe. The town is situated along Oak Creek in the Verde Valley region. It’s a wonderful place for hiking, sightseeing, and relaxing. Here’s how to spend a relaxing few days in Sedona.
From Hermits Rest to Desert View Watchtower, here’s how to spend your time at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon.
Lake Powell is a large, long lake in Arizona and Utah. With its outdoor recreation, unique landscape, and proximity to popular destinations in the Southwestern US, it’s a great place to visit.