More Cities of Northern Arizona
Vast canyons. Towering sandstone spires. Untouched forests. From the Grand Canyon and Monument Valley to the White Mountains – featuring the charming towns of Pinetop-Lakeside, Prescott and Show Low, Northern Arizona dazzles at every turn – and offers countless ways to excite your spirit and indulge your soul. So grab your sense of adventure – and some good hiking boots or skis – and head out for one of these great destinations. [Resource]
Kingman, the Heart of Historic Route 66 & one of the hidden treasures of Arizona, is conveniently located on Interstate 40 and is the perfect launching point for "Route 66 and Beyond." Scenic hiking, historic charm, great cafes and restaurants, and the allure of Route 66 combine to make Kingman a remarkable destination.
The roots of Arizona are captured by the Historic Route 66 Museum, Army Airfield Museum, and the Mohave Museum of History and Arts that recount the travels on Route 66, depict the World War II era and the early days of railroading, mining and ranching. At an elevation of around 3,300 feet Kingman offers a temperate climate year-round. Take a 70-mile journey to enjoy the Skywalk at the Grand Canyon West and many other fabulous day trips returning to the relaxing accommodations in Kingman.
Welcome to the City Show Low Arizona. Show Low rests on the Mogollon Rim in east central Arizona and is known for its mild four seasons. Elevation is 6,412 feet sitting on America’s largest stands of Ponderosa Pine. We are the showcase of the White Mountains with quaint boutiques, first class restaurants, movie theaters and plenty of services and motels/hotels. Read More
Bullhead City, AZ
Bullhead City is a popular destination for myriad activities: boating, hiking, bicycling, mountain biking, off-roading and sports. Whether you live here, plan to visit, or want to open a business in Bullhead City, we hope our website will help. Stay informed about Bullhead through our Latest News page. Thank you for your interest in Bullhead City, Arizona!
Williams, Arizona, located in the heart of the Kaibab National Forest at an elevation of 6,770 feet.
Founded in 1881, Williams was named for the famous trapper, scout and mountain man, "Old Bill Williams." A statue of "Old Bill" stands in Monument Park, located on the west side of the city. The large mountain directly south of town is named Bill Williams Mountain and the Town was incorporated July 9, 1901.
Also known as the "Gateway to the Grand Canyon®," Williams was the last town on Historic Route 66 to be bypassed by Interstate 40. The community, bypassed on Oct. 13, 1984, continues to thrive on tourism.
Boasting seven area fishing lakes, hiking trails up Bill Williams Mountain and into Sycamore Canyon, an alpine ski area and cross country ski trails, four seasons weather and an abundance of wildlife, Williams offers unlimited recreational opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast.
Welcome to Page, Arizona, your mecca for hiking, biking, boating and off-road adventure. Just seven miles from the watersports playground of Lake Powell, Page is your ideal base for exploring this exceptional region. Hike the striking wind and water carved beauty of Antelope Canyon. Set out on your Colorado River rafting excursion. Take in the dramatic vistas of Lake Powell and Glen Canyon Dam.
Page stands at the center of the world renowned Grand Circle, a remarkable collection of parks, monuments, historical sites, and prehistoric Indian ruins that include may of the true geological icons of the West. Hollywood has long known of the wonders of Page, filming such features here as "Broken Arrow" and "Into the Wild”.
Lake Havasu City, AZ
Come to Lake Havasu City and play out your unique vacation ideas in “Arizona’s Playground.” Three hundred days of sunshine a year and all the adventure you can handle, from Arizona boatingand off-roading to hiking and fishing, make this one of the coolest Arizona vacation spots.
This is also one of the most family-friendly Arizona vacation spots. Kick back on our safe, sandy lake beaches, marvel at theLondon Bridge or explore Lake Havasu’s 60 miles of pristine navigable waterways. Explore our breathtaking landscape on memorable land, air and water tours. Bring your unique vacation ideas to life in Lake Havasu City - where the days are endless and the nights spectacular. Read More
Camp Verde, AZ
Camp Verde is Arizona's base camp to adventure! Camp Verde is rich in history with the Sinagua -- Ancestral Puebloan people, the Native Americans, the U.S. Calvary, and the settlers all coming together. The stories illustrate the many challenges faced by everyone, the conflicts and the suffering, the trail of tears of the Yavapai & Tonto-Apache, and the growth of Camp Verde through it all.
Camp Verde is Centrally Located and is only 90 miles north from the center of Phoenix and 42 miles south from Flagstaff. You can visit any of the other cities from Camp Verde: 20 miles to Sedona, 26 miles to Jerome, 16 miles to Cottonwood, 5 miles to Lake Montezuma, and 40 miles to Prescott. You can even make a day trip to the Grand Canyon from here.Our weather is unique, being at 3147 feet elevation and surrounded by mountains. The mountains shelter us and the summer rains make our valley green and lush. In fact, verde is the Spanish name for green. And while you are here, enjoy our many attractions, events, shopping, and restaurants, too.
If you are visiting us or planning to relocate, welcome to our town and our history. Take time out to visit our Chamber of Commerce and the Visitor Center located at 435 S Main St, to learn more about us and our history.