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Outdoor Adventures

Outdoor Fall Activities in Arizona

When the hot summer sun retreats, the outdoor fall fun begins! Arizona is an amazing place to visit during the fall. As the weather cools off and the crowds disperse, this desert landscape promises plenty of outdoor activities.
From the more classic options, like desert hikes, to those that are more unique, like seeing the petroglyphs at Saguaro National Park—there's nothing quite like a vacation to Arizona. Here's our list of top outdoor activities to enjoy at this scenic state! Here's our list of the top outdoor activities to enjoy in the stunning Cave Creek and surrounding areas!

Top Outdoor Activities in Arizona

Go Rock Climbing at Camelback's Echo Canyon Trail

Distance: 26.4 miles or 39 minutes

Spend the Day Hiking at Apago Park

Distance: 35.8 miles or 45 minutes

Experience the Energy of Sedona

Distance: 103 miles or 1 hours 51 minutes

See Petroglyphs at Saguaro National Park

Distance: 133 miles or 2 hours 9 minutes

Stay at the Villas of Cave Creek

When you're ready to plan your outdoor-inspired vacation to Arizona, there's a perfect place for you to rest between days of adventure. The Villas at Cave Creek, a wonderful starting point for all your Arizona fun!
Their two-story, two-bedroom villas feature a fully equipped kitchen, two fireplaces, whirlpool bath, and a private backyard with a spa. Watch the desert sunset, dine under the stars, and relish in a truly relaxing retreat.
Owners, visit The Lounge for more information or to book a reservation.

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Food and Drink

Scottsdale: A Foodie Paradise

Located in the eastern part of Maricopa County, Arizona, next to Phoenix, you’ll find the foodie haven of Scottsdale. A vibrant destination, this desert city is renowned for its golf courses, luxury resorts, trails, cacti, olive trees, and of course—its cuisine. Whether you’re on the hunt for ice cream or fine dining, savory snacks, or sweet treats, you’ve come to the right spot! Bring your appetite and head on a culinary adventure through this iconic desert landscape.
Outdoor Adventures

5 Ways to the Wonders of Sedona

With its soaring red rocks, abundant sunshine, and expansive open spaces, Sedona, Arizona, is a natural playground beckoning guests to go out and have an adventure.
Outdoor Adventures

Top 5 Spots for Sedona Stargazing

In Sedona, red rocks, dark skies, and twinkling stars combine to offer astronomy buffs and romantics an ideal opportunity for stargazing. Sedona is one of only 20 destinations in the world awarded the prestigious Dark Sky Community designation for places that have shown "exceptional dedication" to preserving the night sky.

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