Follow your favorite baseball teams to Arizona for Cactus League Spring Training and catch all the big league action you can handle. While you’re here, spend some time playing the Arizona outfield with all the incredible dining, shopping, outdoor activities and incredible sights within easy driving distance of the Phoenix Metro area. Come for the spring training baseball. Stay for fun in the sun.
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There aren’t as many amusement parks in Arizona. In fact, Phoenix and its environs remain one of the few large metropolitan areas in the US without a major park. Given the intense heat, however, it should probably come as no surprise that there are a number of Arizona water parks to provide relief along with fun.
While in Phoenix, make sure to check out these unique art attractions: – Musical Instrument Museum – Phoenix Art Museum – Heard Museum – Taliesin West – Pueblo Grande Museum and Cultural Park
The desert has some hidden wonders you’ve got to explore. These outdoor attractions should definitely find a spot in your Phoenix itinerary: – Camelback Mountain – Papago Park – Desert Botanical Garden – Phoenix Zoo – South Mountain Park and Preserve – World-class golf courses
Spas for days Sports – Home to the Phoenix Suns (basketball), Phoenix Mercury (basketball), Phoenix Coyotes (hockey), Arizona Cardinals (football) and the Arizona Diamondbacks (baseball)
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Wander the arts districts where you can meet artists, and sometimes even watch them at work. Find world-renowned museums, with all mediums, including painting, sculpture, photography, and more. Explore Indian American heritage, science, musical instruments and more.
With so much of Arizona designated as public land administered for recreational use, and hundreds of miles of backcountry trails, great four-wheel drive or ATV terrain is never far away!
In many areas of the state four-wheel drive and all-terrain vehicle (ATV) rentals are available. Guided backcountry trips employing four-wheel drive or all-terrain vehicles are an excellent way to see some of Ariona’s most beautiful and untouched landscapes.
There are numerous opportunities for OHV recreation in Arizona. Local land management agencies have information and maps available. Please contact the local land management agencies for updated information on access, closures, rules and regulations, and other information prior to planning activities.
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- Alto Pit OHV Area (Prescott)
- Apache Trail (Apache Junction and Roosevelt Lake)
- Arizona Strip (north of the Colorado River)
- Black Hills Backcountry Byway (Safford)
- Bulldog Canyon (Saguaro Lake)
- Bumble Bee / Mayer (Crown King)
- Castle Hot Springs (Lake Pleasant)
- Cinder Hills OHV Area (Flagstaff)
- Copper Basin Dunes (Parker, California )
- Crossroads (Colorado River)
- Crosscut/Mud Springs (Fountain Hills)
- Desert Wells Multiuse Area (Pinal County)
- Four Peaks to Roosevelt Lake
- Ghost Town Loop (Patagonia)
- Great Western Trail (North of Phoenix)
- Harquahala Mountain Summit Road
- Hayfield Draw/ Bryant Park OHV Area (Cottonwood)
- Hieroglyphic Mountains/ Boulders (Wickenburg)
- Hot Wells Dunes Recreation Area (Safford)
- Hualapai Mountain OHV Trailhead (Kingman)
- La Posa OHV Routes (Quartzsite)
- Long Draw OHV Route (Mogollon Rim)
- Maverick Trail (Lakeside)
- Mescal Mountains OHV Area (Kearny)
- Microwave Towers (Bartlett Lake)
- Mile Marker 11.5 – The Boulders Use Area(From I-17 or 99th Ave)
- Poland Junction Road (Mayer)
- Parker 400 Desert Race Course (La Paz County)
- Pima Motorsports Park (Tucson)
- Rattlesnake Gap (Greenlee County)
- Redington Pass (Tucson)
- Reno Pass (Sunflower)
- Rolls OHV Area (Payson)
- Saffel Canyon Trail (Eagar)
- Santa Rita (Sonoita)
- Sandbowl OHV Area (Eherenburg near California)
- Schnebly Hill Road (Sedona)
- Sheridan Mt. / Smith Mesa (Prescott)
- South Patagonia Mountain (Sierra Vista)
- Standard Wash (Lake Havasu City)
- Swansea Townsite (30 miles east of Parker)
- Table Mesa Road (New River)
- Verde Trails (Camp Verde)
- Yuma East OHV Routes
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