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At Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park walk through the actual strap iron cells and solitary chamber of Arizona Territory’s first prison. Now a museum, the building houses photographs and colorful exhibits of those who once “involuntarily” stayed there and the prison life they had to endure. A total of 3,069 prisoners, including 29 women, lived within the walls during the prison’s 33 years of operation.
220 N Prison Hill Rd
Yuma, Arizona 85364
It’s your time to take a legendary journey to an extraordinary place! The Grand Canyon Railway departs daily at 9:30 a.m. from Williams, Arizona. The train travels almost due north to the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park. The trip measures 65 miles and takes 2 hours and 15 minutes each way—45 minutes faster than in 1901 when the train made its first trip. The train departs Grand Canyon Depot at 3:30 p.m., returning to the Williams Depot at 5:45 p.m. All aboard!
1201 West Route 66, Ste. 200
Flagstaff, Arizona 86001
The Verde Valley includes about 714 square miles located in the geographic center of Arizona, about 100 miles north of the Phoenix metropolitan area. The Verde River runs through the valley from northwest to southeast and is augmented by flows from Sycamore Canyon, Oak Creek, Beaver Creek and West Clear Creek. The area is unsurpassed in its variety of physical beauty with the red rocks and Mogollon Rim to the north and east and the Black Hills and Mingus Mountain.
1010 South Main St.,
Cottonwood, Arizona 86236
Williams, Arizona is a destination known for one-of-a-kind attractions. Only in Williams will you find a scenic railway tour, a drive-thru wildlife park, wild west entertainment, Route 66 and more! Plan your trip around one of the many Signature Events in Williams whether it be a rodeo, BBQ festival, classic car show, or a wild west shootout. Williams will not disappoint.
200 W. Railroad Ave.
Williams, Arizona 86046
Page, Arizona sits in the center of the "Grand Circle" and is awe-inspiring with its geographic, cultural and historic marvels to explore. Page was pieced together on a desert mesa on land acquired in a trade with the Navajo Nation (a cultural part of Page even today) as home to hundreds of construction workers in 1957 who would build, in seven years time, the country’s second largest dam at Glen Canyon.
6 North Lake Powell Blvd.
Page, Arizona 86040
Make the most of your Grand Canyon visit.See Grand Canyon: The Hidden Secrets in IMAX on a giant 6-story high screen and discover in only 34 minutes a Grand Canyon that would take a lifetime to experience. Also on site: Park Pass sales, free maps and information, guided Pink Jeep tours, National Geographic store, Explorers Café with Pizza Hut® Express, and much more! Located one mile from the National Park South Rim Entrance. www.explorethecanyon.com, 928-638-2468.
Grand Canyon, Arizona
Community Information The city of 10,000 friendly faces Winslow today is timeless… very much in touch with it’s past, in tune with the present, and right on target for it’s future. Due to its location and the influence of the railroad industry, Winslow is a combination of cultures…European, Native American, Hispanic, Asian, Black, and Anglo American… all blended together to share a strong sense of community pride in this place we call home. The casual lifestyle in Winslow is peaceful and relax
523 W. Second St.
P.O. Box 460
Winslow, Arizona 86047
Take a walk. Breathe. Recognized as a leading outdoor recreation paradise, Prescott is surrounded by 1.25 million acres of the Prescott National Forest, 450 miles of trails and four lakes with kayaking, canoeing, fishing, hiking and mountain biking activities. Prescott, Arizona. Real West. Real adventure. visit-prescott.com
Located in Metropolitan Phoenix, Chandler embodies an active lifestyle with easy access to outdoor recreation with endless family-fun, award-winning events, world-class golf facilities, and a vibrant downtown. Chandler visitors will enjoy the diverse community with its fabulous restaurants of every cuisine, premier shopping, arts and culture and a wide range of things to do all year-round.
MS 416, PO Box 4008
Chandler, Arizona 85244
The monument is named for the Casa Grande (Great House), a four-story prehistoric structure constructed by the Ancient People of the Sonoran Desert who inhabited the beautiful Sonoran Desert from 500 to 1400 A.D. Casa Grande Ruins National Monument protects the finest architectural example of 13th Century Hohokam culture and archeology in the American Southwest.
1100 W Ruins Dr
Coolidge, Arizona 85128