The western part of the state along the California border is known as Arizona's West Coast. Here, visitors enjoy the Colorado River and many lakes and reservoirs, including Lake Havasu.
Home to the Phoenix Metro area, there is so much to do and see in Central Arizona, such as museums, professional sports games, concerts, hiking and Baseball's Spring Training games.
North Central Arizona includes the towns of Camp Verde, Cottonwood, Clarkdale, Jerome, Mayer, Prescott, Sedona and Wickenburg.
Arizona is more than just desert. In fact, the high country makes up what we call Northern Arizona. And don't forget, one of most awe-inspiring wonders of the world - The Grand Canyon - is located in Northern Arizona.
This region includes the following areas: Canyon de Chelly, Greer, Alpine, Show Low, Pinetop-Lakeside, Heber-Overguard, Holbrook, Winslow, Payson, Strawberry, Pine and Window Rock.
There's quite a bit to see and do in Southern Arizona, from the Saguaro National Park to the Wild West towns of Bisbee and Tombstone to the Sonoita Wine region.
This region includes the counties of Greenlee and Graham.
Arizona's Route 66 includes some of the most iconic stretches of the famed US highway. It covers more than 400 miles from Ash Fork up to Topock and on over to Lupton.