Best Lakes in Arizona

Arizona is home to large cities, Indian reservations, deserts, forests, and towering peaks, as well as the Grand Canyon National Park and Petrified Forest National Park. There is no coastline in the state, though it is home to some spectacular lakes. Check out our list of the 5 best lakes in Arizona: Bartlett Lake Located in […]

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Mobile Bay: Gateway To The Gulf

Along the northern perimeter of Mobile Bay, a network of rivers forms a wildlife-rich delta that beckons canoeists and nature-lovers. Fishermen and sailboat enthusiasts relish the bay itself. On the south shore, where the bay meets the Gulf of Mexico, white sand beaches lure swimmers, shell hunters, and sunset photographers. Located in the wetlands of […]

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6 Texas State Parks With Spectacular Outdoor Recreation & Camping

When it’s about camping and outdoor recreation, nothing can beat Texas. It is so diverse that it would be hard for any other state to compete with it in any aspect. Camping in Texas has something for every camper. You just name it, and you’ll find it here. More than 20 million visitors enter Texas […]

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Travel Guide To the Best of Arizona

From cactus-studded deserts to snow-covered peaks, from vibrant cities to charming towns, Arizona defies description. To the unfamiliar, its name invokes visions of cowboys and rattlesnakes, a land not for the faint of heart. The stereotype ignores the lush pine forests that carpet Arizona’s mountains, and the rivers and streams so plentiful that they have nurtured […]

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Dam Bridge: Mike O’Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge

It stands like a sentinel, watching in the wind over one of America’s most treasured landmarks, the Hoover Dam. When the Mike O’Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge—and the rest of the 3.5 mile-long Hoover Dam Bypass—opened to traffic on October 19, 2010, it was an instant tourist attraction while providing a quicker, safer drive between Phoenix […]

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