Generations of baseball fans have fallen in love with Arizona. They return every year for spring training and to enjoy unforgettable adventures across the state. Sedona, the Grand Canyon and Southern Arizona are easy day trips. Those content to hang out in the Valley of the Sun will find a spectacular array of outdoor activities for every fitness level as well as world-class dining and shopping.
Join us on a five-day tour through the cultural delights and historic sights of Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, Tempe, and Chandler.
Whether you prefer casual eateries or James Beard Award-winning dining rooms, Arizona serves up culinary experiences to remember.
Explore the lesser-visited treasures that may be hiding in plain sight, rounding out your bucket list adventure in Arizona.
The world's first UNESCO city of Gastronomy: Tucson, Arizona. Visit this culinary hub just an hour and a half south of Phoenix and your taste buds will thank you.
At nearly 100 years old Route 66-the Main Street of America-evokes memories of roadside attractions, rock on the radio, and road trips with the family where the journey was as much fun as the destination.
The Grand Canyon State offers plenty of options full of fairways and greens. Here are a few tee boxes to check off on your first, or next, trip.
Arizona's 34 state parks have something for everyone-from contemplative nature walks to stargazing to camping. Here's our abbreviated look at some of the more niche offerings to add to your bucket list.
It's spring, which means the sun is shining. While you are connecting with nature, be sure to protect it as well.
Build a schedule to follow your favorite team. (Bats and gloves are optional.)
How to make your spring training visit to the Grand Canyon State a grand slam
Everything you need to prepare for your trip to spring training, except the sunscreen.