15 Top Tourist Attractions in Arizona
15 Top Tourist Attractions in Arizona: Antelope Canyon at Page, Bisbee, Canyon De Chelly National Monument, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Grand Canyon, Heard Museum, Havasu Falls, Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Montezuma Castle, Sedona, Petrified Forest National Park, Monument Valley, Saguaro National Park, Tumacacori National Historical Park
TOP 10 Best National Parks in Arizona
TOP 10. Best National Parks in Arizona: Walnut Canyon National Monument, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Wupatki National Monument, Coconino National Forest, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, Montezuma Well National Monument, Petrified Forest National Park, Tumacacori National Historical Park, Monument Valley Navajo Park
[AMAZING] 15 Best Tourist Attractions in Arizona
15 Top Rated Tourist Attractions in Arizona
1 Glen Canyon National Recreation Area
2 Hoover Dam
4 Canyon De Chelly National Monument
5 Lake Mead National Recreation Area
6 Saguaro National Park
7 Tumacacori National Historical Park
8 Antelope Canyon at Page
9 Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument
10 Petrified Forest National Park
12 Havasu Falls
14 Monument Valley
15 Grand Canyon
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Apache Junction Area Attractions
Apache Junction is home to the majestic Superstition Mountains, which is famous for the Lost Dutchman Goldmine. There are many great sights and attractions in Apache Junction, so the next time you visit the area, watch this video for plenty of ideas.
Unprepared Treasure Hunting - Arizona
Arizona has the largest concentration of lost treasures in the USA, so when Nash and George go out to gather supplies for primitive fire making and spot some caves across a canyon there's no choice but to investigate! ... even if there's no supplies.
To find out why they where even there, and for more shenanigans, hit up the blog:
Sentinel Peak in Tucson, Arizona
Travel with me to Sentinel Peak in Tucson, Arizona where I explore this iconic landmark's history and influence upon the city. The peak is popularly known as A Mountain because of the giant A on its side for the University of Arizona.
Additional Note: Solomon Warner erected a flourmill on the slope of Sentinel Peak between 1874-75. This mill led some people to refer to Sentinel Peak as Warner's Mill during that time.
Check out the website for the new Sentinel Peak Brewing Company at
All historic images used in this video fall within the public domain. Google Earth was used for mapping scenes. Photos are credited in the order they appear in the video:
*Santa Cruz River from Sentinel Peak. Nineteenth Century. Unknown source.
*Father Eusebio Francisco Kino with O'odham guide. Diorama exhibit at Tumacacori National Historic Park. Tumacacori, Arizona.
*Murillo, Raimundo. Soldado de cuera. 26 August 1804. General Archive of the Indies. Seville, Spain.
*Flag of the First Mexican Empire, 1821-1823.
*Nebel, Carl. Fall of Mexico City during the Mexican-American War. 1851.
*Map of Mexican Cession, 1848. Created by Wikipedia user Kballen. 6 April 2008. (released for use)
*John Russell Bartlett (1805-1886). 1850s. Record ID #569978. New York Public Library. New York City, New York.
*Bartlett, John Russell. Tucson, Sonora from the Southwest. 18 July 1852. John Russell Bartlett Collection, The John Carter Brown Library, Brown University. Providence, Rhode Island.
*Map of Gadsden Purchase, 1853. Created by Wikipedia user XcepticZp. 23 March 2008. (released for use)
*Flag of the Confederate States of America, 1861-1865.
*Old Main. 1889. Special Collections. University of Arizona. Tucson, Arizona.
*'A' Mountain. 1916. Special Collections. University of Arizona. Tucson, Arizona.
*Sentinel Peak quarry. Early twentieth century. Unknown source.
*Sentinel Peak Brewing Company logo.
Tubac, AZ Sights and Signs
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Chiricahua National Monument
Chiricahua National Monument south east of Tucson is an imposing landscape that encompasses nearly 12,000 acres and is home to various natural and historical attractions. Staff members, visitors and others including William Ascarza say the area is worth visiting because of its many attributes. Ascarza is the author of “Chiricahua Mountains – History and Nature” which was published in 2014. The monument is described as a “Wonderland of Rocks” and includes an 8-mile scenic drive as well as historical buildings constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps and early residents.
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3 Top Activities in Tucson (with kids)
Recommendations from our Spring 2014 trip to Tucson: Kartchner Caverns State Park, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, and Saguaro National Park