The best time to visit Arizona is between October through May. If you can endure warmer temperatures, June through September temperatures can hover in the 100's or more (F).
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The Arizona Office of Tourism
2702 N. Third St., Suite 4015
Phoenix, Arizona 85004
Official State Visitor’s Guide
The Arizona Office of Tourism (AOT) has released its Arizona Official State Visitor’s Guide.
The publication is an essential travel resource that informs, entertains and encourages readers to discover why Arizona is a premier vacation destination. The guide serves as the agency’s central consumer fulfillment tool.
Formatted in the style of a magazine, the articles are written by Arizona-based writers who infuse their travel experiences into the many articles written about tourist destinations located throughout the Grand Canyon State.
These articles celebrate Arizona’s wonderful tourism assets including scenic road trips, local cuisine, outdoor adventures, Native American heritage and Wild West history.
Also to be found in this guide is information on Arizona’s celebrated history, invigorating arts and culture, luxurious resorts, rejuvenating spas, championship golf courses, fine dining options and a wide-selection of shopping opportunities.
The accompanying maps includes valuable travel and tourist information, including a detailed listing of campgrounds and recreational areas, information on the state’s Native American lands, a listing of Arizona’s designated Scenic Roads and travel tips for each of the states five regions.
The guide is available to download at www.Arizonaguide.com.
Books on Arizona
"Searching for Arizona's Buried Treasures"
Two Year Odessey - Found 82 lbs. of Gold in Southern Arizona, by Ron Quinn. "Searching for hidden treasures few have ever heard of, we discovered places that have never been visited by others to this day. We never lived the same day twice. Each day was a new, exciting adventure finding strange Indian caves, ancient stone walls and lost Spanish settlements. These two wonderful years would become the most adventurous times of our lives." Many years later the four of us finally unearthed a medium-size treasure south of Tucson, ArizonaRead chapters from Searching for Arizona's Buried Treasures.
"Treasures of the Santa Catalina Mountains
Hundreds of pages about the legends of lost mines, lost cities and a lost mission in the Santa Catalina Mountains, north of Tucson, have been passed down by word of mouth for generations. The most famous legend, the Iron Door Mine, helped launch the early American hunt for gold in the 1860s. Read sample chapters from "Treasures of the Santa Catalina Mountains."
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QUICK ARIZONA FACTS:
AZ State flower - Saguaro cactus blossom
Arizona State gem - Turquoise
Arizona State bird - Cactus Wren
Arizona State tree - Palo Verde
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