A state that shows the diversity the desert can hold, Arizona is sprawling massive cities and some of the smallest, most authentic towns you’ll ever find. It’s ponderosa pine forests and scrubby brush plains. It’s home to a petrified forest and one helluva hole in the ground. They’ve even got their own, authentic, London Bridge.
Our favorites? The small towns of Bisbee and Tombstone, in the southeast corner of the state. Flagstaff, Sedona and Jerome are sights to behold, more interesting and typically progressive towns surrounded by national forest and BLM land to explore. Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument is nearly as interesting as the Grand Canyon, and Petrified Forest is certainly something to see (just make sure you bring plenty of gas).
Start from there and find your own corner of the Copper State to love.
Articles on Arizona
Discover These RV-Friendly Golf Courses In North America For A Quick Family Tee Time
The Most Beautiful Free Desert Camping in the Southwestern United States
Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument
Snowbirding Southern Arizona for Young Travelers
Free Accommodations in Bisbee, Arizona
1000 Steps on Stairs
Hike the Mule Mountains
Black & White
Liquid Bisbee, AZ
Texas Trash, the Trainwrecks, and the Hotel San Ramon
Campfire in a Claw Foot Tub
Bisbee via RV
Stories about Places to Stay in Bisbee, Arizona
Blog Posts About Arizona
Greetings from the Basin & Range!
Greetings from Picacho State Park!
Greetings from Catalina State Park, just North of Tucson!
Greetings from the Cactus Forest!
Greetings from Glen Canyon!
Bisbee New Years 2012
Meet Deputy Dog, the newest addition to our tribe.
An Assortment of Photos from Our Time in Bisbee, AZ
Sunset over Tombstone
Tourists, Traps and Travelers
A few thoughts on the benefits of tourism, and traveling & adventure in general.
Where Paul’s Mighty Axe Did Carve
Simply one of the greatest days of my life: Grand Canyons, shooting stars, camping and cookouts.
Arizona and RVers
The old come to die in Arizona, and refuse to share with those of us still young enough to actually “enjoy” it.
Planning Ahead, Is It Good Sense or Defeating the Purpose?
Do you want to plan the next 6 months of your trip, or just show up wherever, whenever?
105.9, Kingman’s Hottest Station
Fishmongers, melted handlebar grips and the ever looming danger of heat stroke!
A ’96 Dutchmen with a propensity to overheat combined with 113 degree temperatures over Las Vegas forced us to leave camp at the KOA Circus Circus at 4:30 this morning. We made it a good 90 miles, choosing to go around the hell that is trying to climb the Hoover Dam by heading south on
To KOA or not to KOA, that is the Mike Tyson Punch Out quandary.
I could extol every virtue, use every splint and sliver of writing talent in my bony body, and still never come close to explaining the actuality of Bisbee, Arizona.
Adventures in Bisbee
Climbing mountains in an RV with a temper tantrum prone transmission is always a blast. A 3 mile walk through the winter Arizona night and a kind offer from an ex-firefighter later, though, and we were safely back on our way to Bisbee, AZ.
RVing in Phoenix, AZ reserved for the Rich and Old
If your license doesn’t read 55 or older and your RV doesn’t shine like a pig’s ass, don’t plan on finding a place to RV in Phoenix.