Perfect Places Offers Arizona vacation rentals throughout the state
Grand Canyon. For many, this is the first reason they come to Arizona. It's perhaps nature's most impressive creation on the entire planet. It's not a day trip, though. It's a trip of a lifetime. You'll never forget the awe-inspiring vistas. Plan on staying in the area for days, not hours.
Monument Valley. The setting for countless westerns is instantly recognizable and offers iconic images of the American West. It's secluded, tranquil and absolutely beautiful.
Flagstaff.This laid back mountain town will woo you with outdoorsy activities, historic streets and year-round recreation.
Page. Your gateway to Lake Powell and the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. Here you'll find like-minded boaters, campers, hikers near Glen Canyon --all 1.2 million acres of it. Yes, 1.2 million acres. Plan on getting lost in the nearby by beauty.
TucsonRich in old west history and sporting a laid back vibe, Tucson’s Phoenix's 2nd largest metro area, a college town, a haven for snowbirds, home to first class spas and golf courses. Use your Tucson vacation rental to explore Coronado National Forest, hike Cochise Stronghold and other areas, and enjoy the nightlife, shopping and restaurants of the metro area.
Scottsdale. Escape to the Valley of the Sun--Phoenix, Tempe and Scottsdale. There's an average of 325 days of sunshine, so leave your umbrella and overcoats home. In addition to golf and countless other outdoor activities, you'll enjoy the vibrancy of one of the largest and most active metro areas in the entire southwestern portion of the United States. The Scottsdale/Phoenix area is a world-class destination with top of the line shopping, restaurants, entertainment and sporting events.
Want to see the original London Bridge? Then head for Lake Havasu in western Arizona. Robert McCullough, one of the area's founders, bought for $2,460,000 in 1968 when it was put up for auction by the City of London. Lake Havasu was formed by the Parker Dam in 1938 and has been a mecca for recreational activities since. Golf, boating and other watersports, nearby parks, trails for bicycling, walking or running--all kissed by Arizona's nearly endless sunshine and warmth.