From mysterious vortexes to exceptional hiking, Sedona is a surprisingly kid friendly destination.
Towering Saguaro cactus, wild horses, grazing cattle; it’s straight out of an old western. Lucky for us families, there is also a luxurious resort hidden beyond the mesquite trees, so we don’t have to worry about hungry coyotes visiting our campsite or scorpions slipping into our sleeping bags. Where is this magical mix of adventure […]
Here are some suggestions for family-friendly holiday fun in Tucson.
Explore the Holidays and Christmas in Phoenix, where your family can walk through lights, festivals, and even snow-themed events that evoke the warmth and gladness of the holiday season.
Spring is a beautiful season in America’s Southwest. The cactus bloom — yellow, fiery red, and deep purplish burgundy. The temperatures stay moderate, ranging from a cool 55 degrees in the highest elevations of New Mexico and topping out around 90 degrees Fahrenheit in Tucson and Phoenix. It’s possible to walk among southern Arizona’s towering […]
When the weather warms up and we are in summer travel mode my kids have only one hotel amenity request, a great pool. Here are our picks for the best pools in the USA.
Photo by: Flickr/Anita Ritenour Cool summer nights and snowy winter days are not typically associated with Arizona. yet that’s just what you’ll find in the beautiful city of Flagstaff. The pine mountains, Native American ruins, and volcanic landscapes surprise and delight visitors of all ages. Read on to see why Flagstaff is a favorite retreat […]
Photo by: Bigstock/SerrNovik Have you ever wanted to visit a national park with kids? How do you choose which national park to visit? There are over 58 national parks in the U.S. -and that’s not including national monuments and historic sites. When our youngest child was independent enough, our family of five decided a family […]
Houseboating on Lake Powell is the ideal multigenerational outdoor getaway as you explore the Arizona waters with your family and friends in tow.