Arizona is a wonderful state!
I am proud to call Arizona my home. The Valley of the Sun is diverse with many destinations for the traveler and resident alike. Below you can find specific area information:
Here is some more information about the state we call home;
If you are thing about making a move to Arizona, please check out School information here and request a relocation package here I will send out some information based upon the location you are interested in. Read further to learn about the great state we call home!
|Arizona WeatherAverage Humidity: 36%
Annual Snowfall: 0 Inches
Freezing Days: 32
Zero-Degree Days: 0
Rain Days: 34
Storm Days: 23
Days with Sunshine: 300+
Arizona isn’t just the desert and the Grand Canyon. If day trips are your thing, Arizona is your place. Here, we’re looking at the best day trips AZ has to offer.
It might come as a surprise to you, then, that we have a little treasure trove of wineries right here in Southern Arizona. While the wineries of Sonoita and Elgin may not be as well-known as the giants in California, I can attest that these are some of the best wineries and produce distinctive wines, and offer locals and visitors alike a one-of-a-kind Arizona tasting experience.
Verde Valley Wine Trail
Located in beautiful Northern Arizona, the Verde Valley Wine Trail invites wine enthusiasts to experience a destination rich in history, beauty, and the production of exquisite Arizona wines.
Learn About Chandler Arizona History; Driving Chandler’s Streets.
Kids and adults alike are fascinated with Arizona’s Old West past – as well as its centuries of Native American history. From frontier towns you can still visit today to ancient ruins, old highways and more, Arizona has plenty of cool historical sites all across the state.
Read on to learn more about the history of each of Arizona’s regions.
- Northern Arizona
From its ancient Indian dwellings and glimpses of early frontier life to historic Route 66, Northern Arizona is rich in history. Navajo, Hopi, Hualapai, Apache, Havasupai and other Native American tribes all live here, descendants of prehistoric people who built extensive civilizations, complete with cliff dwellings, architecture pueblos and ball courts.
- North Central Arizona
National monuments showcasing ancient ruins help tell North Central Arizona’s long history. The Sinagua Indians, who inhabited the area between 500 and 1300 AD, led a simple life based on corn farming, subsistence hunting and gathering throughout the region.
- Phoenix & Central Arizona
Phoenix has some ancient roots, dating back as far as 700 AD, when the area was first inhabited by the Hohokam – meaning “those who have gone” – a people who mysteriously disappeared from the region.
- Tucson & Southern Arizona
Spanish influence abounds in Southern Arizona, including missions established by Spanish priests at Tubac and Tumacacori. It’s also home to the frontier town of Tombstone, where the famous gunfight at the O.K. Corral took place. Additionally, the influence of several Native American cultures can be seen throughout the area.
- Arizona’s West Coast
From Native Americans to Spanish Conquistadors to California gold miners, this region has seen it all. Prehistoric petroglyphs, the original London Bridge, the legendary Yuma Territorial Prison…even the Imperial Sand Dunes (where Return of the Jedi was filmed) are all part of the rich history of Arizona’s West Coast.
Feel free to look around this site, and contact me with any questions you might have.