Here Are The 10 Biggest Risks Of Living In The State Of Arizona
We can all probably agree that there are some dangers of living in Arizona, right? Arizona is an amazing and beautiful place to live but it doesn’t come without its risks. But, hey, if you like adventure and the prospect of encountering danger, then it may just be the place for you. Still, everyone should be aware of the risks of living in Arizona if they plan on being there. Stay safe, and keep a watchful eye on these 10 Arizona dangers if you plan to move to our beautiful state.
Thankfully, most of these (except, perhaps, number 10) are situations that are entirely preventable. My dad taught me to always practice vigilance and common sense when in the city or in the wilderness, so that’s the best advice I can give you as well, reader.
Do you agree that these are some of the dangers of living in Arizona? What are some other big risks to living in Arizona? Let us know in the comments! Despite the risks, there is a lot to love about the Grand Canyon State, too.
And, if you are like us, we love to wear our Arizona pride. Get yours and show off this great state that we call home.
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Is Arizona a good place to live?
Despite some of the risks of living in Arizona, this state is loved by many of its residents for being a great place to live. If you can handle the hot summers, the other seasons give way to beautiful weather that's perfect for outdoor recreation even in the dead of winter. Speaking of outdoor recreation, the landscapes of the Grand Canyon State are stunning and worth exploring. With so many rugged, seemingly untouched natural areas of canyons, rivers, buttes, and mountains, any hiker or otherwise outdoorsy person will easily fall in love with this place.
What are the pros and cons of living in Arizona?
If you're considering moving to Arizona, here are some of the pros and cons to consider about the state. Some pros include the lovely winter weather, beautiful places to visit, thriving urban areas, and plenty of culture to experience. Cons to keep in mind are the exceptionally hot summers, major weather events like dust storms or flash floods, and less-than-ideal pests. Common pests include cockroaches and scorpions - yes, scorpions in your house, though they are usually quite small. Still, be sure to check your shoes for them before putting them on if you live in a scorpion-prone area. I speak from experience!
What is Arizona known for?
There are many things Arizona is known for other than its hot weather and dangerous local wildlife. People love Arizona for its iconic landmarks such as the Grand Canyon and the famous Mitten Buttes. Arizona is also a hotspot for great local cuisine, with most Arizonans having a favorite Mexican restaurant they swear is the best you'll ever have, and they're all right in their own way. Another big part of Arizona is having quite a variety of places to live. Phoenix is one of the biggest cities in the US, giving people the opportunity to live in a massive sprawling city, while also offering smaller cities, towns, and rural communities for all kinds of lifestyles.