Arizona

Find local adventures, unique places to stay, and local adventure tours in iconic destinations like The Grand Canyon, Sonoran desert, Phoenix, and more. Discover desert adventures across the state like, hiking, backpacking, rafting, and more.

Top Adventures in Arizona

  • Backpack to Havasu Falls in the Havasupai Reservation

    The Havasupai Reservation is a remote area just outside Grand Canyon National Park, full of blue-green water and dramatic waterfalls.  Despite being an extremely isolated location, camping in the canyon is overwhelmingly popular and reservations a...

    10 miles -2000 ft gain

  • Hike to Fossil Creek Falls

    The journey is definitely worth it! Don't let the description discourage you from visiting here. This is simply to help you be prepared so that you can enjoy this wonderful place as safely as possible! Fossil Creek Rd can only be accessed from Cam...

    1.5 miles

  • Hike to Horseshoe Bend

    Horseshoe Bend in Page, Arizona is classic bucket list material and for good reason. Even if they don’t know what it’s called or where it is, everyone has seen this famous spot somewhere. Rest assured; pictures cannot convey the massive scale of t...

    1.5 miles

  • Backpack the Grand Canyon: Rim-to-Rim-to-Rim

    Start at the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park at the North Kaibab Trail. You have 14 miles and 5,761 feet of elevation to descend to the Bright Angel Campground, so bring those trekking poles if you have bad knees (like myself).Along the No...

    47 miles 10141 ft gain

  • Hike to Devil's Bridge

    The Devil's Bridge is the largest natural sandstone arch in Sedona and an iconic landmark. If you're visiting the area, this hike is a must do.There are a couple different starting options for this trail. Once you turn onto FR 152 (Vultee Arch Rd)...

    4 miles 400 ft gain

  • Hike to Beaver Falls

    So you've made it down to the Havasu campground after a ten mile hike from Hualapai Hilltop - time for more hiking! The 8 mile (RT) trek to Beaver Falls is well worth the trip, and can offer some quieter moments for those looking to escape the bus...

    8 miles

  • Photograph Antelope Canyon

    Antelope Canyon is the most-visited and most-photographed slot canyon in the American Southwest. It is located on Navajo land near Page, Arizona, and requires you to book a tour guide. But don’t let that dissuade you – this natural marvel is well...

  • Drive the Scenic Loop of Monument Valley

    Be ready to embark on this 17 mile monumental scenic drive. The loop includes 11 numbered viewpoints and you can expect to spend between 2-4 hours in the park. For the best experience, check park hours and arrive early before the 15 mph traffic be...

    17 miles

  • Hike to Cibecue Falls

    It is a bumpy ride down an old dirt road to get to the trailhead. Use extreme caution on this road as there are very narrow sections with sheer cliffs. The road follows along the Salt River giving you a nice viewpoint of the Salt River Canyon. On ...

    4 miles 220 ft gain

  • Hiking Cathedral Rock

    Cathedral Rock is one of the most popular landmarks in Arizona. This amazing rock formation is located in Sedona, Arizona.The hike is steep and requires a bit of climbing in some spots. The 1.5 miles roundtrip is pretty strenuous, leading you up a...

    1.5 miles

  • Hike to 'The Crack' at Wet Beaver Creek

    'The Crack' is a cliff jumper's dream, but it also offers something for everyone, with smooth rocks for sunbathing and shallow waters for wading. To get to The Crack, it's about a 3.5-mile hike each way, making it slightly less popular than Sedona...

    7 miles 500 ft gain

  • Hike to Mooney Falls

    Hiking down to Mooney Falls is a great, short adventure when camping at the Havasupai Campground. Not only that, it is certainly the most adventurous waterfall to reach, requiring travelers to hike down through a menacing passageway cut through th...

    0.5 miles 200 ft gain

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    • Coconino County, Arizona

      Canyon Point

      Overview Located in the scenic Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest in north central Arizona near the town of Heber, Canyon Point has a range of individual and group campsites to suit many visitors. T...

    • Greer, Arizona

      Winn

      Overview Winn Campground is situated near the Mt. Baldy trailheads and the East and West Forks of the Little Colorado River, making it an excellent choice for anglers and hikers. The facility offer...

    • Payson, Arizona

      Christopher Creek

      Overview With an elevation over a mile-high(5640 ft), Christopher Creek Campground's crisp, fresh air and vibrant views are a joy to behold. The facility is tucked along the banks of the spring-fed...

    • Sedona, Arizona

      Manzanita.

      Overview Manzanita Campground is a small, year-round, tent-only facility with campsites that fill up very quickly. Visitors enjoy the campground for its fishing and swimming holes along Oak Creek,...

    • Payson, Arizona

      Rim Campground

      Overview Rim Campground is situated close to the edge of the Mogollon Rim. Spectacular 100-mile views are seen from many vantage points along the rim.Recreation Fishing and boating are available at...

    • Sedona, Arizona

      Cave Spring

      Overview Cave Springs sits in the scenic Oak Creek Canyon and is one of Coconino National Forest's most popular campgrounds. The campground is nestled in a forested canyon near the town of Sedona, ...

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