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Montezuma Well is located 11 miles north of Montezuma Castle. The water of Montezuma Well enters from two underground springs. Over one and a half million gallons of water a day flow into the well. When visiting Arizona you must see this secret place. It is not a well, but a sink hole. The pond is fed by a underground water cavern, then the water exits through another cavern, then to an existing Sinagua Indian irrigation canal.

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Part apple orchard, part natural water slide, Slide Rock State Park is a must-see destination when you visit Sedona. For a thrill, shimmy down the rock water slide that cascades into a series of glistening swimming holes, or simply wade in the water and enjoy the century-old irrigation system. At Slide Rock State Park, you can also fish, swim, hike and spot the Sedona area’s indigenous wildlife all without ever leaving the park.

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The ultimate animal adventure for all ages, one steeped in fun, immersed in learning, and inspired by a living and colorful world of astonishing wildlife. This Wildlife Park is a place where family and friends gather to experience oneness with animals and each other during safaris, tours, walks, observations, and shows of wild-by-nature animals in their own, natural splendor. 

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The Irey’s family came to Arizona looking for a ranch to buy. As the family searched for a ranch, they found one with a dead horse lying by the road. When the family asked the children which ranch they liked, they replied “the one with the dead horse” — the name stuck. 

Dead Horse Ranch is a recreational facility with RV accommodations, camping facilities, shared-use trails, fishing lagoons, river access, and an equestrian concession.

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From the moment you step foot on one of the meticulously refurbished train cars, you and your family will be transported to a simpler, more leisurely time away from the distractions and annoyances of our modern world. Breathe deep, order a drink and relax as you glide along on a 3.5-hour, 20-mile journey through 110 years of history while still enjoying modern creature comforts like climate control, comfortable seating, thoughtful decor and awe-inspired scenery.



Since 1960, our tours have become known as "must-do" experiences. Sedona’s famous red-rock landscape offers adventure at every turn. Experience it for yourself with off-road tours that wind through the scenery in state-of-the-art Pink Jeep Wranglers. Each excursion offers an unforgettable back-country tour with insider info from the area’s most knowledgeable and experienced local guides.

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Any good historic building should have some mystery to offer. Most buildings that have been around a long time will have had some rumors and gossip. Well, to be honest, the Jerome Grand Hotel was the perfect storm for rumors and gossip and some strange occurrences have been documented over the years. It was originally a hospital, built on a steep slope looming over the Town. The hospital was closed in 1950 and over the years gained the patina and feel of having been abandoned and left to the elements.



This five-level, 20 room cliff dwelling “Montezuma Castle” nestled into a limestone recess high above Beaver Creek served as a “high-rise apartment building” for prehistoric Sinagua Indians over 600 years ago. As the oldest and best preserved cliff dwelling in the Southwest it is an impressive insight into the life of the Sinagua Indians who built it in the 12th century. 



Get your camera ready for this one, and don’t forget your swim suit, hiking shoes, and fishing pole. Just south of Flagstaff, State Rt. 89A descends a breathtaking series of switchbacks into a scenic, smaller cousin of the Grand Canyon. Known for colorful rocks and unique formations, Oak Creek Canyon is famous the world around for its spectacular scenery.




Crowning a desert hilltop is an ancient pueblo. Tuzigoot is an ancient village or pueblo built by a culture known as the Sinagua. The pueblo consisted of 110 rooms including second and third story structures. The first buildings were built around A.D. 1000. The Sinagua were agriculturalists with trade connections that spanned hundreds of miles. The people left the area around 1400. The site is currently comprised of 42 acres.

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Starting in towns like Clarkdale, copper leaves, and then blossoms into an amazing story of the worlds’ most beautiful metal. It is told through a wonderful combination of history and stunning artifacts into a truly enjoyable exhibits. A massive and incomparable collection of over 5000 works of copper art and architecture of Western European and Northern American emphasis, spanning from 3500 B.C. to present day.

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Folks come from all around the world to the Blazin’ M Ranch for a Western experience of a lifetime. The entire family can step back in time for a great outing that’s sure to be enjoyed by adventurers of all ages. If you like drinking, you’ll love their saloon. If you like eating, you’ll love their menu. After dinner the Blazin’ M Cowboys entertain ya’ with their award-winning musical talents mixed with cowboy poetry and humor.

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Whether it’s cutting-edge slot machines or exciting table and poker games, an unforgettable gaming experience is waiting for you at Cliff Castle Casino Hotel, Arizona’s #1 Casino for the last nineteen years! Cliff Castle Casino Hotel is all about fun for the whole family. With a 20-lane bowling alley, a video game arcade and a fantastic play area for younger children, there’s never a dull moment at the Castle.



For 80 years, Snowbowl has offered snow-loving individuals and families the best on snow experience in the state. Come for the day. Fall in love for a lifetime.

Untracked powder in the upper bowl, drinks on the deck of Agassiz Lodge, and epic views of the Grand Canyon. This is what you will love about skiing and riding at Arizona Snowbowl. Home to Arizona’s longest ski season, over 260 inches of annual snowfall, Snowbowl is proud to offer the premier winter experience.

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