Vacation Rentals in Arizona
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Popular Destinations in Arizona
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- Grand Canyon National Park
- Musical Instrument Museum
- Hiking red-rock buttes near Sedona
- Golfing in Scottsdale
- Enjoying a taste of the old west in Yuma
Vacation Rentals in Arizona
Arizona is an inspired choice for families, couples, groups or solo travelers and there is a vacation home to suit everyone. Whether you'd like a vacation rental close to bustling cities like Phoenix and Mesa or a cabin near unique outdoor spaces like Grand Canyon National Park or the Coconino National Forest, you'll find dozens of great options.Explore Arizona from a Comfortable Vacation Rental
As well as roomy cabins with swimming pools and space for parties of 10, you'll find cozy cottages and stylish apartments in stunning locations all over Arizona. Choose a vacation home near world-famous attractions like the Grand Canyon or explore the countryside from a fully-equipped rental property in Sedona or Oak Creek.
Holiday in Arizona
Arizona is one of the USA's 'Four Corners' states and it shares borders with Utah, California, Nevada, Mexico and Colorado, and with the Mexican State of Sonora. It's the ideal vacation rental spot for outdoor enthusiasts yet cities like Phoenix, Mesa and Tucson will also delight art and culture lovers.How to Reach Arizona, USA
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is the most common choice for air travelers. Regular flights are available from most major US cities and shuttle services run to both downtown Phoenix and Tempe.
Book a vacation home in Sedona or Oak Creek and enjoy easy access to the Coconino National Forest where you can walk or cycle beneath a canopy of shady pine trees. Or, try a rental property near Phoenix or Scottsdale and marvel at the majestic desert scenery of the Sonora National Monument.A Great Choice for Art and Culture Lovers
Phoenix, Sedona and Tucson have thriving art scenes with galleries and museums to rival any US city. The Heard Museum in Phoenix is dedicated to Native Indian art or you can see earlier examples at the Palatki Ruins where ancient cliff dwellings are filled with petroglyphs and pictograms.A Great Choice at Any Time of Year
Visit Arizona during summer for fishing and rafting on the Colorado River or book a Christmas vacation rental in Phoenix for world-class shopping and entertainment. The state is filled with attractions that appeal to all age groups from golfing and spas in Scottsdale to sightseeing in the Petrified Forest National Park or Flagstaff.
Indian reservations account make up approximately a quarter of Arizona and they are home to 27 Native American tribes. The Navajo Nation is the largest with over 300,000 inhabitants.
Top 5 Things to Do in Arizona
At 270 miles long, the Grand Canyon is Arizona's biggest attraction. Carved by the Colorado River, the valley attracts visitors from all over the world. Rent a cabin in Flagstaff to be close to some of the most spectacular areas.2. Sound and Vision in Phoenix
See some of the most exciting examples of classic and contemporary Native Indian art at the Hearst Museum in Phoenix. If you're a music lover, try the Musical Instrument Museum. Established in 2012, it's the largest museum of its kind in the world.3. Delve into the Past in Jerome
The historic copper mining town of Jerome is ideal for a family outing. See the Douglas Mansion in Jerome State Historic Park or visit the Mine Museum before enjoying a glass of wine at the Caduceus Cellars Tasting Room on Main Street - the locally produced wine is the creation of Tool frontman, Maynard James Keenan.4. Hike in a Spectacular Setting
Camelback Mountain is one of the most popular hiking spots in the USA and it's considered to be one of the best. Difficult trails are its unique selling point and experienced hikers can choose from Echo Canyon Trail or Cholla Trail.5. Discover the Old West
Visit Prescott, home of Arizona's oldest rodeo, for a taste of the Old West, or rent a car and drive to Yuma, one of the most important stops on the western trail.
Arizona's mainly desert climate means hot summers and mild winters. During summer, temperatures range from 90 to 120 °F although nighttime temperatures can drop dramatically in desert regions. Be sure to pack sunscreen and a light jacket for evening.Events that You'll Love
Lights of the World is America's biggest light and lantern show. Over 75 exhibits, carnival rides and performances each day from November to January at the Arizona State Fairgrounds, Phoenix.