Casa Grande flawlessly intertwines ancient and modern history with a dash of culture, adventure, and beauty, all just a stone’s throw from two metropolitan areas. Slow down and cruise into this desert gem. It’s a welcomed slow roll into the good ol’ days.
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Casa Grande, Arizona, is a city steeped in history and culture, located just an hour away from both Phoenix and Tucson. The centrally positioned destination invites visitors to explore its rich heritage. Over three days, discover their historic downtown, ancient archeological sites, and the beauty of the Sonoran Desert.
Whether you’re checking off bucket-list adventures in some of the country’s top national parks or looking to lose the crowds on a dusty 4WD road, Kanab, Utah, is the perfect place to start your adventure.
The national parks in Colorado and Utah are bucket list destinations for many travelers, and for good reason! The rugged terrain, inspiring views, rich histories and vibrant communities will create memories for you and your family that will last a lifetime.
The lush, green riparian areas along the Verde River, which gives the valley its name, are a gateway to all kinds of fun activities to escape the Arizona heat. While you’re enjoying the refreshing water and wineries, take some time to learn more about the history of the area. There are many things to discover in Cottonwood, Arizona!
Flagstaff, Arizona, is more than a fun and unique destination. The passionate community members and otherworldly views (both figuratively and literally) will make you want to come back again and again!
Discover the rich Indigenous history, modern day adventures and the explorations beyond our planet when you visit Flagstaff, Arizona. The plethora of activities to do will make you excited to visit and the welcoming community will make you want to extend your stay. Come see for yourself!
When most people consider Utah, they typically think of one of two things: quintessential red rock desert, or world-class skiing. Located in the southwest corner of the state, the red rock winter wonderland of Cedar City offers the best of both worlds!
After making your way through a national forest, a national monument, and a national park, you’ll be ready to wind down in a peaceful village. Treat yourself to a fabulous dinner from locally sourced foods (with some local wine, of course), and a well-earned night’s sleep in one of the towns neighboring the parks.
Here, in the heart of California, giant sequoia trees reach unbelievable heights. The forests reach out wide, as well—stretching across two national parks, one national monument, and through a national forest. Neighboring all these protected lands are some delightful communities filled with history, art, and farm-fresh feasts.