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Arizona

Arizona is home to the jaw-dropping Grand Canyon,  crazy desert wildlife, and very hot summers.

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Arizona

http://az.gov/
  • Capital Phoenix
  • Largest City Phoenix
  • Population 6,626,624
  • State Bird Cactus Wren
  • State Song Arizona
  • State Flower Saguaro Cactus Blossom
  • State Motto Ditat Deus
  • Median Income $49,254
  • Nickname The Grand Canyon State
10 Places to Stargaze in Arizona That Will Leave You Breathless

Arizona

10 Places to Stargaze in Arizona That Will Leave You Breathless

Does the sight of a billion twinkling stars leave you breathless? Good news! We’ve compiled a list of the ten best places to stargaze! #1 Kitt Peak National Observatory Home of the largest array of optical and radio telescopes in the world, Kitt Peak National Observatory is just fifty-six miles west-southwest of Tucson. Feeling like

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedApr 1, 2016
5 Cool Facts About Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area

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5 Cool Facts About Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area

#1 Fool Hollow Lake can be found within Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. It’s one among many beautiful attractions in the expansive national forest. #2 The recreation area is 800 acres! The lake itself is 150 acres! #3 A town named Adair once existed where the lake is now. Thomas Jefferson Adair foolishly moved to the area

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedMay 17, 2016
5 Awesome Facts You Didn’t Know About Gila Monsters

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5 Awesome Facts You Didn’t Know About Gila Monsters

#1 Gila Monsters are the only type of venomous lizard native to the United States. Not only that, but they are actually one of only two venomous species on the the whole North American continent. The other venomous close relative is the Mexican beaded lizard. The gila monster can be found all across the southwestern states and

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJun 27, 2016
Here Are 8 Restaurants In Arizona Where Your Meal Is Free If You Can Eat It All

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Here Are 8 Restaurants In Arizona Where Your Meal Is Free If You Can Eat It All

#1 Full House Challenge, Tom’s BBQ When you find out what you have to consume to be victorious for this challenge at Tom’s BBQ, you’ll understand why the name is so clever. For this challenge, you’ve got thirty two minutes to chow down on three house sandwiches. Each sandwich individually consists of a fourth of

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedAug 10, 2016
Which Grand Canyon View is Best For You?

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Which Grand Canyon View is Best For You?

The Grand Canyon is a ~huge~ destination! We’re talking nearly 300 miles long and 18 miles across! That’s a whole lot to take in, and sometimes choosing the best viewpoint to fit your needs can be tricky. Here’s some info to help you choose between the North Rim, South Rim, Grand Canyon East, and Grand

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedApr 19, 2016
5 Arizona Festivals You Didn’t Know You Needed to Attend

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5 Arizona Festivals You Didn’t Know You Needed to Attend

#1 McDowell Mountain Music Festival The coolest part about McDowell Mountain Music Festival is that it is 100% non-profit. (After the fact that it’s held in downtown Phoenix, of course! ;)) MMMF donates their profits to Phoenix Children’s Hospital and UNOM New Day Centers, who help the homeless population rebuild their lives. That’s one way

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJun 1, 2016
5 Things You Didn’t Know About Window Rock, Arizona

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5 Things You Didn’t Know About Window Rock, Arizona

#1 No one really lived in the town of Window Rock until 1936. It was in 1936 that Window Rock was chosen to be the center of the Navajo Central Agency. Window Rock lies within the St. Michael’s Chapter, atop the Defiance Plateau. It lies right along the Arizona/New Mexico border; in fact, a handful

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJul 11, 2016
10 Interesting Facts About Homolovi State Park

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10 Interesting Facts About Homolovi State Park

#1 In Hopi, “Homolovi” means “Place of the Little Hills.” This is the traditional name for Winslow, Arizona. #2. Ancient people have lived here since the 14th century! People known as the “Hisat’sinom” or “Anasazi,” moved along the Little Colorado River and eventually joined the Hopi people on the mesas. #3 The Hopi people still

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedMay 3, 2016
5 of the Best Hiking Trails in Arizona That You Need To Do

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5 of the Best Hiking Trails in Arizona That You Need To Do

Arizona is known for its wonderful hiking trails, from epic blue waterfalls to breath taking scenic views — all the trails in our wonderful state have something unique to offer! Here’s a list of the top 5 you absolutely need to do. #1 Camelback Mountain One of the most popular hikes in the Phoenix Metro area, Camelback

Aleksandr HeitAleksandr HeitJun 15, 2016
5 Reasons You Wouldn’t Have Wanted To Live In This Dangerous Arizona Town

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5 Reasons You Wouldn’t Have Wanted To Live In This Dangerous Arizona Town

#1 The town of Canyon Diablo sprang up in 1882. It seems that the town may have been doomed from the start since it’s name literally translates to “Devil’s Canyon.” Regardless of its implications, the name came as a nod to the actual Canyon Diablo just nearby. At this point in history, the United States

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJul 25, 2016
10 Photos That Prove Arizona is Nothing But a Hot, Dry Desert

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10 Photos That Prove Arizona is Nothing But a Hot, Dry Desert

#1 Check out Monument Valley! It must be sweltering out there. #2 And here are Sedona’s famous red rocks. They’re looking pretty ~dry~. #3 In fact, Sedona looks toasty warm. Feel like breaking out your bathing suit yet? #4 Nothing grows in the desert anyway, right? We all know that the sun constantly bakes everything…

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedApr 4, 2016
6 Cool Facts About Lyman Lake State Park

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6 Cool Facts About Lyman Lake State Park

#1 Lyman Lake State Park encompasses 1,200 acres! The elevation is about 6, 000 feet. #2 The park hugs the shore of a 1,500 acre reservoir. The reservoir was created by blocking off the Little Colorado River. Melting snow from Mount Baldy and Escudilla Mountain — the second and third highest mountains in Arizona! — feeds

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedMay 18, 2016
You’ve Never Been to A Burger King Like This One in Arizona

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You’ve Never Been to A Burger King Like This One in Arizona

We’re sure you’ve been in your fair share of fast food establishments, maybe even all over the United States, but we bet none of them are quite like this one! Located in Kayenta, Arizona, this special Burger King is the home of the Navajo Code Talkers Exhibit! Code talkers were used by the United States Armed

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJun 28, 2016
6 Amazing Places To Stay Overnight In Arizona Without Breaking The Bank

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6 Amazing Places To Stay Overnight In Arizona Without Breaking The Bank

While travelling is tons of fun, it can also sometimes be stressful arranging flights, hotel stays, and daily meals. Sometimes, it might be tempting to check into the familiar chain hotel that is closest to the airport. But, not only do you not get to immerse yourself in the culture of the area, but a

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedAug 12, 2016
Here’s Why You Need To Know About Horseshoe Bend

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Here’s Why You Need To Know About Horseshoe Bend

Maybe you’ve never heard of Horseshoe Bend… It’s okay! It’s not your fault. But, it is sort of a problem because…. LOOK HOW BEAUTIFUL IT IS! You NEED this in your life. Horseshoe Bend is 5 miles from the start of Grand Canyon National Park. Its the Grand Canyon warming up! You can find it

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedApr 18, 2016