Known for its year-round sun and warm temperatures, Phoenix is the closest major city to Grand Canyon National Park. It's home to multiple hotels and high-end spa resorts, and a vibrant bar and restaurant scene.
Though Las Vegas is typically known for its casinos and world-class entertainment, it is also known by outdoor enthusiasts as being a close day trip away from places like Red Rock Canyon, the Hoover Dam, and Grand Canyon National Park.
Nestled in the mountains, Flagstaff offers a wide range of things to do including downhill skiing and driving around the base of Arizona’s tallest peak, Humphrey’s Peak.
Located on Historic Route 66, Williams is home to more than six blocks of historic buildings, diners, and shops bursting with memorabilia.
Sedona is home to the most amazing beautiful red rock formations and views, as well as hiking, mountain biking, and up-scale resorts. It's located only 2 hours and 15 minutes from Grand Canyon National Park.
Located within the boundaries of the park, it's the closest town to the Grand Canyon South Rim. This historic district has five rim hotels built in the early to mid-1900s that all provide easy access and are within walking distance to the rim.
Page is home to the beautiful and famous Lake Powell, as well as is an excellent base camp for exploring nearby Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Vermilion Cliffs National Monument, and Monument Valley.